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Wednesday, December 13, 2017
 Protein Could Boost Nutritional Profile of Infant Formula  

By Guy Montague-Jones

After years of pilot production, Arla Foods Ingredients is commercializing a milk protein, osteopontin, for the infant formula market that is found in high quantities in human milk.

Developing products with a nutritional profile that closely resembles that of human milk is a key goal for infant formula manufacturers.

And Arla said that commercializing osteopontin (OPN) is the product of a long-term research project to help formula manufacturers on that quest.

OPN is a key component of human milk but is only found in small quantities in cow’s milk. The ingredients supplier said a liter of human milk contains about 140mg of the milk protein, whereas cow’s milk contains just 20mg.

To improve the nutritional value of infant formula, the company said that it therefore sought to find a way to boost the amount of OPN in products.

And now that process documentation has been completed following years of pilot production, the ingredients supplier said it is ready for industrial-scale processing of the protein.

A spokesperson for Arla told DairyReporter.com that a successful pilot scale production phase of OPN has already been underway in Asia. Furthermore, he said, Asian producers will be the initial target of the scaling up of the manufacturer of the protein.

Its research efforts have led to the development of a patented extraction process for getting OPN out of whey protein. This extraction process, which requires 30 tons of whey for one kilo of OPN, is then followed by further processing, explained the supplier.

Describing this work, Peter Wejse, project manager, said: “In extremely simple terms, what we do is take the needle out of the haystack without damaging the needle or the haystack.”

This could be a significant step forward for the infant formula industry. In an interview with NutraIngredients.com at the end of last year, Tage Affertsholt from 3A Business Consulting cited Arla’s commercialization of OPN as an example of infant formula innovation that will help grow sales, and secure a valuable reputation for high quality science.

Source: Dairy Reporter

http://www.dairyreporter.com/Products/Protein-could-boost-nutritional-profile-of-infant-formula/?c=sggPabRs3Drt%252FARnLLBJ%252Bg%253D%253D&utm_source=newsletter_daily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter%252BDaily
 


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