DSM has expanded its range of cultures by introducing a new culture for the production of creamy, premium stirred yogurts with a mild taste.
The new DelvoFresh YS-140 culture boasts fast fermentation time and limited post-acidification at 5°C, meaning that the culture maintains a mild taste during the entire shelf life of a yogurt.
The culture can be used in both plain and flavoured stirred yogurts, as well as yogurts with added fruit.
DSM claims that the culture produces creamy yogurts with a velvety mouthfeel and mild taste, and the company says this new culture has been made with the needs of consumers in mind, as more consumers are demanding yogurts which are healthy but also creamy and indulgent.
Rolando Saltini, business manager for fermented milk products at DSM Food Specialties said: “Yogurt has quickly become a mainstay in the diets of many people.
“Yogurt can be a healthy breakfast, a high-protein pre- or post-workout snack, and it can be an indulgent snack or dessert.
“Our new DelvoFresh YS-140 is the culture in our range with the best balance between high creaminess and mild taste, delivering to the desire for more indulgence and enabling more yogurt moments in the day.”
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