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Arla Foods Ingredients

Sønderhøj 10-12

Viby J

8260

Denmark

 

http://arlafoodsingredients.co..

 

ingredients@arlafoods.com

 

Tel. +45 89 38 10 00

Fax. +45 86 28 16 91

ACTIVE CATEGORIES

Amino Acids, Bakery Mixes and Other Bakery Products, Cheese Products - Natural and Imitation, Dairy Products - Natural and Imitation, Minerals and Food Supplements

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Arla Foods Ingredients

Arla Foods Ingredients is a global leader in natural whey ingredients for products in a range of categories – from sports nutrition, beverages, bakery, dairy and ice cream to clinical and infant nutrition. 
 
The cornerstones of our business are innovative ingredients, world-class facilities and a staff of dedicated experts. Drawing on our portfolio of functional and nutritional whey proteins, milk minerals, lactose and permeate, our expert team delivers solutions that bring new food products quickly and efficiently to market. Our application centres run hundreds of customer product trials every week. All ingredients are produced using state-of-the-art processing technology at our plant in Denmark, or by one of our joint ventures in Argentina, Germany and the UK.
 
Arla Foods Ingredients Group P/S is a 100% owned subsidiary of Arla Foods, a global dairy company and cooperative owned by dairy farmers in Denmark, Sweden, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg.


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06 February 2015

Get it right with high-protein Greek-style smoothies

06 Feb 2015 --- Meet today’s biggest consumer trends with one single product. Offer your customers the combination of a high-protein smoothie filled with the goodness of fresh fruit. Nutrilac is the solution that allows you to make delicious, Greek-style smoothies with a green profile in your existing production set-up. You will even reduce the milk volume needed and eliminate acid whey compared to a traditional Greek yoghurt process.


26 November 2014

New study shows that athletes recover faster with HYDRO.365 whey protein hydrolysate

26 Nov 2014 --- Endurance athletes consuming a combination of traditional sports drinks plus Lacprodan® HYDRO.365, Arla Foods Ingredients’ whey protein hydrolysate, perform at a higher level than athletes consuming sports drinks alone – according to a new study. The study involved 18 top-class runners from Team Denmark taking part in a one-week training camp. The athletes were training twice a day, every day (apart from on one rest morning) equating to 13 training sessions during the week. The results demonstrated that the athletes who consumed HYDRO.365 before and after training performed better in a final 4km run-test than the sports drink-only group, with a mean improvement of 17 seconds. The whey protein group also experienced less muscle damage compared with the sports drink-only group.


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Nutrition & Health News   19 February 2019

Protein shot: Arla Foods Ingredients packs 10g of protein in 100ml medical beverage

19 Feb 2019 --- Arla Foods Ingredients is tapping into the growing medical nutrition market with a prototype beverage that packs 10g of protein into a 100ml shot. The company worked with whey by utilizing its Lacprodan DI-7325 ingredient to enhance the beverage's heat stability and maintain proper viscosity. The medical beverage also contains added minerals according to FSMP (Food for Special Medical Purposes) rules, the company adds. Compacting a high nutrient density into a small serving size is one of the pervasive trends influencing NPD in the medical nutrition category as patients and the elderly may have a reduced ability to chew, swallow, taste and digest.

Nutrition & Health News   29 January 2019

Arla Foods survey reveals significant nutrient knowledge gap among Northern European consumers

29 Jan 2019 --- About 4 out of 5 people across Northern Europe are not aware of the nutrients they consume in their daily diet, new Arla Foods research has revealed. Forty percent of consumers admitted they felt they lacked some essential nutrients and roughly 50 percent did not understand the importance of dairy as a source of vitamins and minerals. The survey was conducted by the YouGov analysis institute.

Nutrition & Health News   07 January 2019

Alleviating digestion discomfort in infants: Arla Foods Ingredients develops new formula concept

07 Jan 2019 --- Arla Foods Ingredients has launched an “optimized comfort,” whey-protein based concept for infant formula. The concept contains a blend of alpha-lactalbumin and whey protein hydrolysates which aims to reduce gastrointestinal discomfort problems in infants. Such discomfort is said to be one of the most common reasons for parents to switch between formulas, according to Manel Romeu Bellés, Industry Marketing Manager at Arla Foods Ingredients. 

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06 July 2018

New protein bar NPD routes

Arla - Boundaries are blurring as sports nutrition continues to move mainstream, pushing a growing interest in proteins and convenient formats. In this space, protein bars are seeing impressive NPD.

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30 March 2015

Whey In Sports Nutrition

Arla - The percentage of sports nutrition product launches tracked that included whey has grown by 5.6% since 2011. West Europe is leading the sports nutrition market for the inclusion of whey, accounting for 44% of tracked launches. North America follows on 38%, well ahead of Latin America (7%).

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From TWOFI  23 June 2015

Opinion Edge: How to Implement a Sustainable Strategy

23 Jun 2015 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on the implementation of traceability and sustainability. What is driving the demand for clearer labels and greater transparency and what role can ingredients suppliers play?

From TWOFI  30 November 2014

Opinion Edge: How to Ride the Next Dairy Trend

30 Nov 2014 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on the key dairy trends. How can manufacturers benefit from the mainstreaming of the sports nutrition sector? How can the boom in protein and the needs of the aging global population be addressed?

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19 December 2017

Dairy based solution for blood sugar control – Arla Foods Ingredients

19 Dec 2017 --- With diabetes becoming more and more of a concern worldwide, nutritional solutions are needed to address it. “Both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are becoming almost an epidemic on a global level,” says Troels Laursen. “More than 400 million people worldwide are suffering from diabetes. But besides that, you also have a very large population that’s in a pre-diabetic state where their blood glucose levels are at an unhealthy level.” Arla Foods Ingredients offers its high-protein premium shot ingredient to serve a high amount of whey protein in a drink format. It has worked with Newcastle University on studies to support a serving of this amount of whey protein’s effects on controlling blood sugar levels.


01 August 2017

New developments in whey protein

01 Aug 2017 --- Crystal clear beverages are extremely appealing as a tasty and refreshing soft drink. Arla Foods Ingredients has developed a unique whey protein isolate which, when applied in drinks applications, can give a high protein content and yet allow the drink to be crystal clear. By using Lacprodan DI-9213 in a soft drink, customers will be able to produce a natural, healthy, sugar and fat free drink with added health claims for muscles and bones. Lacprodan DI-9213 also allows you not to compromise taste, although it is healthy. Lacprodan DI-9213 whey protein isolate can be applied in a crystal clear UHT beverage, with up to a 9% protein content. Troels Laursen of Arla Foods Ingredients explains: “We offer a crystal clear protein water which is clear, high in protein and free of carbs, fat and lactose."


26 February 2016

New Dairy Ingredient for Weight Management Concepts

26 Feb 2016 --- Arla Foods Ingredients has developed a solution for low calorie fresh dairy products that allows for the production of either a drinking yogurt with less than 20 calories or a stirred yogurt with 36 calories per 100g, while keeping a creamy and tasty mouthfeel. With the company’s solution for high satiety fresh dairy products, it is possible to make a stirred yogurt with 2% fiber and 5.8% protein and 47 calories, or a drinking yoghurt with 2% fiber and 4.4% protein and only 37 calories per 100g. Because of Nutrilac Lowcal’s water-binding capabilities and its clean taste, the proteins will enable producers to make creamy and healthy products while keeping the calorie content low.


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