By Geoffrey W. Smithers, Mary Ann Augustin
Advances in Dairy Ingredients offers a world viewpoint on contemporary advancements within the zone of dairy constituents and dairy know-how. marketplace and production traits and possibilities are aligned with the newest technological know-how instruments that offer the basis to effectively and quickly catch those possibilities. sensible meals are rising as key drivers of the worldwide nutrients financial system and dairy constituents and know-how are on the leading edge in those advancements. Advances in Dairy Ingredients brings jointly foodstuff scientists, experts, and agents from world wide to supply certain perception into the clinical foundation for the luck of dairy components in sleek meals items, and a glimpse into the way forward for new dairy constituents and meals at the horizon
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For example, the corresponding moisture content for skim milk, whey, and high protein powders must be close to 4, 2–3, and 6%, respectively. , 2007). 2 Water transfer In relation to the drying of dairy concentrates of high protein content, reports by Schuck et al. (1994a,b) have shown that the increase in casein content of the concentrate decreases the water diffusion through the dried product, that is, the ﬁnal residue obtained at the end of drying. Water transport is probably affected by the high micellar casein content of the sprayed droplet in the atomization tower, and, similarly, when the powder granule is dissolved in water.
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