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Carbery Unveils Food Ingredient That Blends WheyProtein And Omega-3

March 22, 2010: 02:55 AM EST
After what it called “extensive development work,” Irish ingredients supplier Carbery has introduced a product combining whey protein concentrate (WPC) and omega-3 fatty acids with “good mouthfeel and texture.” The ingredient provides levels of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and ALA (alpha-linoleic acid) that make foods eligible to use “source of” and “high in” omega-3 label claims in compliance with revised European Union regulations. The new ingredient -- part of Carbery’s Carbelec product line containing whey concentrates with up to 80 percent protein -- targets the meal replacement, clinical nutrition and low calorie diet markets, where “consumers need an easy way to meet daily nutritional guidelines and support health,” a Carbery executive said. Israeli researchers were the first to discover that whey protein could be a nano-vehicle for delivering DHA.
Shane Starling, "Carbery Launches Whey-Omega-3 Blend", American Dairy Products Institute, March 22, 2010, © American Dairy Products Institute
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