Nutrition for Life – All in a Whey Protein

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Nutrition for Life – All in a Whey Protein

With rising living ages across the world, the farmer-owned ingredients supplier, Arla Foods Ingredients, has built a business on developing proteins for elderlies to maintain an active lifestyle. What was once regarded a low-value by-product of cheese production is now one of the best additives to support a healthy lifestyle.high quality ingredient to support a healthy lifestyle.

The United Nations estimates that the current global expected living age is around 73 years which is a doubling compared to 100 years ago. Food companies around the world thus have a large business opportunity in providing healthy and nutritious food that can uphold a modern, active lifestyle throughout life.

From waste to valuable ingredients

The farmer-owned ingredients supplier, Arla Foods Ingredients, has specialised in using the former residual product from cheese production, whey protein, and now produces and researches in special whey protein solutions for a wide range of foods for healthy diets. Arla Food Ingredients were the first to see the potential in whey protein and today they drive the development of a whole new ingredient category.

 

What was once regarded a low-value biproduct of cheese production is now one of the best additives to support a healthy lifestyle

 

Whey protein is today widely used for their functional and nutritious benefits in a wide range of foods – including early life nutrition, sports nutrition and health foods.

Showcasing the pioneering spirit

The discovery of the value of whey proteins are just one example of the Danish pioneering spirit where by-products from essential parts of Danish food production – such as cheese – are creating value and new business opportunities. The whey proteins from Arla Foods Ingredients brings a waste product such as whey back into the value chain and thus not only contribute to increase the nutritional profile of foods but also cut down on food loss during the production processes.