French dairy ingredients expert Epi Ingredients has added a new line of ‘ethnic’ fermented powders to its EPILAC range of specialised dairy ingredients.
The new addition to the EPILAC range offers global food and beverage manufacturers new ways to deliver flavours from other regions and cultures that can fulfil consumers’ growing interest for new culinary experiences.
The EPILAC range comprises a variety of premium fermented powders from yogurt, quark and fermented milk powders to the recently added ‘ethnic’ powders; ideal for the development of both shelf-stable and fresh products that carry the healthful halo of yogurt while delivering the sense of adventure and discovery that modern consumers are craving.
Some of the new ingredients developed include a Skyr powder, a Kefir powder, and, to stay true to the company’s roots anchored in Brittany, a ‘lait ribot’ powder.
Thanks to years of working with milk and fermented products, the company has developed a unique manufacturing process to dry blends of milk and live cultures, keeping the cultures alive throughout the process and into the finished powder. Building upon this technological expertise, Epi Ingredients was able to create new flavour profiles by playing with different cultures and fine-tuning their process.
On a mission to drive innovation and inspire manufacturers with on-trend concepts and ingredients, the company did not stop at expanding its range of premium fermented ingredients with new ‘ethnic’ variations. They also developed a new revolutionary concept featuring fermented powders which is sure to resonate with consumers. Stay tuned for more information!
Epi Ingredients is a dedicated producer of dairy ingredients such as skim milk powder, whey powder and other complex formulations.
To find out more about the company’s EPILAC range of premium fermented powders, go to: https://epi-ingredients.com/gamme/epilac/
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