<h1>HOW IS WHEY PERMEATE MADE?</h1>
Whey permeate is a co-product of whey protein manufacturing. When whey is being concentrated or isolated via filtration, the minerals, lactose and other solids passes through – or permeates – the membrane. This whey permeate can then be dried to create a dairy solid suitable for use in many applications.
<H1>USES & BENEFITS OF WHEY PERMEATE</H1>
Whey permeate can be used in various applications as a cost-effective ingredient. Applications vary from sweets like baked goods to savory such as soups. High in lactose, whey permeate is great for browning crusts of baked goods and helps with caramel flavor development. It can also be used as a bulking agent or a dairy-based ingredient carrier. Additionally, whey permeate has been found to be a great salt-replacer in savory applications. This replacement can help lower sodium content while still achieving full flavor.