IdaPro Milk Protein Isolate-90 (MPI-90) is manufactured from fresh pasteurized skim milk using a low-heat membrane filtration process to ensure that the protein is not denatured and remains highly functional and nutritional. IdaPro MPI-90 is 90 percent protein on a dry matter basis, with casein and whey proteins in the natural ratio of fresh cow milk. Other component typical values are: 1.2 percent fat, 1.5 percent lactose, 6.7 percent ash, and 5.0 percent moisture. IdaPro MPI-90 has a clean, light, milky flavor and aroma. IdaPro MPI-90 has superior functional attributes: solubility, emulsifying properties, suspension stability, and viscosity stability.
IdaPro MPI-90 is used as an emulsifier and stabilizer in dairy products such as yogurt, ice cream and ice cream novelties, and liquid and powdered nutritional formulations. It is also a valuable total milk protein source in protein-enrichment applications such as powdered and ready-to-drink beverages for sports nutrition, adult nutrition, and weight management. IdaPro MPI-90 is also highly beneficial in the manufacture of popular Greek-style yogurts.
When a high protein level and good solubility in ready-to-drink (RTD) beverages is desired, IdaPro MPI-90 delivers outstanding performance, particularly compared with competitor MPI-90 products. A comparison of multiple blind samples showed that IdaPro MPI-90 demonstrated significantly lower viscosity, greater solubility, higher heat stability, and faster dispersion than all other competitive samples. When it comes to milk protein isolates for RTD applications, IdaPro MPI-90 stands well above the rest.1
IdaPro MPI-90 is packaged in multi-walled paper bags with a double polyethylene liner (net content of 20 kilograms), stacked and wrapped on pallets in units of 800 kilograms.
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1 Physical & Functional Property Testing of Commercially Available MPC/MPI Samples, Animal Sciences and Industry/Food Science Institute, Kansas State University, Jayendra K. Amamcharla, Ph.D. et al., June 30, 2016.