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Chr. Hansen Unveils New Cultures For Drinkable Yogurts

October 4, 2010: 09:40 AM EST

Danish food ingredients company Chr. Hansen has developed a range of probiotic cultures designed for drinkable  yogurts. According to the company, the YoFlex and probiotic nu-trish cultures ensure smoothness and a pleasant mouthfeel and allow manufacturers to remove costly starch/thickeners used in most drinking yogurts. Drinkable yogurt is one of the fastest growing segments of the dairy market: global sales topped 7.2 billion liters in 2008. Market researcher Mintel says the main trends in drinkable yogurts are health considerations (low fat, low sugar), functional benefits, “natural”, and without unnecessary ingredients and fortification. The new cultures  make it easier for dairy producers to produce low fat products with fewer ingredients that offer the benefits of Bifidobacterium BB-12, the company says.

"Chr. Hansen launches innovative cultures for perfectly healthy drinking yoghurts", News release, Chr. Hansen, October 04, 2010, © Chr. Hansen
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