Designing High-Protein Ice Cream – Part 1

Ingredients used in any formulation are important regardless of the finished product, but the types and amounts of ingredients used in designing high-protein ice cream are particularly critical in achieving the desired outcome. This post is the first of two which summarizes key points from a webinar titled “Formulating Excellent Quality, High-Protein Ice Cream.” Part…

Dairy permeate powder ingredients

The Emerging Market for Milk Permeate Powder

Milk permeate powder (MPP) is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after dairy food products in the United States. IdaPro MPP is the co-product residual that remains after the low-heat filtration processes used to produce milk protein concentrates and isolates. This dairy permeate powder has a unique composition and provides a highly functional ingredient that’s…


Enhancing Stability in High-Protein Dairy Beverages

Over the past decade, ready-to-drink, high-protein dairy-based enteral beverages have been in high demand because of their convenience and nutritional benefits. Enteral dairy beverages are defined as dairy beverages that are ingested orally to meet nutritional requirements. Milk protein concentrates (MPC) are one of the preferred ingredients to formulate dairy beverages because they have the…


Idaho Milk Products’ Episode 3 “Formulating High-Protein Ice Cream”

Idaho Milk Products will present Episode 3 in their Formulating with Milk Proteins webinar series on ‘How to Formulate Excellent Quality High-Protein Ice Cream’. In this upcoming free webinar, attendees will learn about the common challenges encountered when formulating clean label-friendly, high-protein ice cream using milk proteins to achieve success. Guest speakers will be Joe…

Milk products for sports nutrition

Improving Mineral Bioavailability in Active Nutrition Products

Market demand for active nutrition products, including drinks, bars and supplements, has grown substantially over the past decade. Experts predict that this phenomenal growth will persist over the coming decade as well. Research shows that consumers of active nutrition products base their brand selection on several factors. Availability, taste and texture are important, but this…