MSG’s acid casein is made in the U.S.A. from the freshest skim milk. Acid casein is a flexible solution that provides a wide range of functional and nutritional properties.
Our milk protein hydrolysates are formulated to support fast absorption and enhanced functionality, while maintaining the nutritional benefits of standard milk protein. Our team can work with you to determine the ideal level of hydrolysis for your product.
BARsoft™ is a range of highly functional dairy proteins designed to provide a soft texture, optimal sensory experience and extended shelf-life in high protein bars. It provides the nutritional benefits of complete milk proteins while reducing moisture migration for a softer bar. BARsoft™ enables manufacturers to produce a range of protein-enriched products from baked and pressed bars to cookies, in support of the growing trend of healthier on-the-go snacks.
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Our whey protein concentrates are made via gentle ﬁltration systems that prevent the protein structure from denaturing. This leads to a range of whey protein ingredients that are ideal for a variety of applications all while maintaining the unrivalled amino acid proﬁle and health beneﬁts whey protein is known for delivering.
MSG is a leading manufacturer of whey protein isolate and operates the largest whey protein isolate manufacturing facility in North America by production volume. WPI provides the highest concentration of protein to support lean muscle building.
Our whey protein hydrolysates are developed to help athletes maximize their training gains and reach their goals faster. These hydrolysates contain the same great composition of branched-chain and essential amino acids, including the key amino acid leucine, but with a greater number of small peptide units.