New soy protein isolate saves costs in beverages
June 10, 2009
by FoodBusinessNews.net Staff
ANAHEIM, CALIF. – The Solae Co. launched Supro XF, a new line of soy protein isolates, at the Institute of Food Technologists’ annual meeting and food exposition, which ended Tuesday. The isolates may be used as an economic alternative to dairy proteins such as caseinates and milk protein isolates in such neutral liquid systems as ready-to-drink beverages and powder.
Depending on the formulation, Supro XF may replace dairy protein in ranges from 40% to 100% without creating adverse effects in the finished product, according to St. Louis-based Solae. The Supro XF patent-pending technology produces unique peptide amino acid sequences and functionality improvements. The isolate is devoid of bitterness.