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WHAT IS WHEY PERMEATE?

Whey permeate is a by-product of whey protein concentrate 80 and whey protein isolate 90. Whey permeate is characterized by its higher levels of lactose, typically ranging from 76-85%, and noticeably lower amounts of fat, protein, ash, and moisture compared to other dairy products. The range of fats, proteins, ash, and moisture that make up the composition of whey permeate are:

  • Protein 2-7%
  • Fat 0-1%
  • Ash 8-11%,
  • Moisture 3-4.5%

Whey permeate can be used in various products, from confectionary goods and ready-to-eat meals for human consumption and for animal feed for young animals.

 

 

WHEY PERMEATE BENEFITS

Whey permeate has many benefits from a health to a cost-savings standpoint. Whey permeate can be used as a replacer for sugars and even sodium depending on the whey from which the permeate was made. One of the more significant and well-known benefits of whey permeate is its cost-saving benefits. As a cost saver, permeate, which is relatively cheap, can be used to reduce your need for sugar and sodium, which can be more expensive than permeate.

WHAT KINDS OF FOODS IS WHEY PERMEATE USED IN?

Whey permeate can be used in many foods and drinks, from baked goods to standardizer in milk, for common foods you may interact with daily, including many breads, pizza dough, and is used in many candies and fudges. Permeate can also be used to standardize skim and whole milk powder. In the animal market, permeate can be used as a source of lactose and vital minerals crucial to the development of young animals.

 

 

WHEY PERMEATE FOR A REPLACEMENT?

Whey permeate can be used in many foods and drinks, ranging from baked goods to a standardizer in milk, for common foods you may interact with daily, including many breads, pizza dough, and is used in many candies and fudges. Permeate can also be used to standardize skim and whole milk powder. In the animal market, permeate can be used as a source of lactose and vital minerals crucial to the development of young animals.