Potato Protein

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Potato protein is obtained through cleaning, steaming, and peeling the potatoes. Later, the starch is extracted with the use of water, resulting in a protein-filled slurry, which is treated with acid and then dried and processed into powder. [...]

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29.08.2022

Lactose

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Lactose is natural milk sugar. It makes up 3,5%-5,0% of cow’s milk and can be extracted by a filtration process with the use of centrifuges. The product goes through a series of washing steps in order to separate the lactose from the proteins, minerals, and debris. Then it is crystallized and crushed. [...]

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28.08.2022

Unsalted Sweet Cream Butter

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The name butter is reserved for products without vegetable fat admixtures with a specific milk fat content – at least 82% (not more than 16% water and 2% dry non-fat milk). It is made in the process of churning fresh or fermented cream or milk in a special machine, to break the membranes of fat globules and in that way separate the butterfat from the buttermilk. [...]

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22.08.2022

Edam 30%

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Edam 30% is a semi-hard cheese that originates in the Netherlands. It is produced from partially skimmed pasteurized cow’s milk and its manufacture includes heating, whey separation, and curd formulation. Similar to other semi-hard cheeses, Edam also undergoes the process of salt-brining. [...]

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21.08.2022

Mozzarella 40%

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Mozzarella is a fresh, rennet traditionally southern Italian cheese made from pasteurized cow’s milk. The production of mozzarella initiates with the pasteurization of milk and adding starter cultures in order to produce the casein coagulum. Later, the whey is separated and drained. The obtained curd is formed, milled, treated with hot water, and eventually brined. [...]

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21.08.2022

Edam 40%

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Edam 40% is a semi-hard cheese that originates in the Netherlands. It is produced from partially skimmed pasteurized cow’s milk and its manufacture includes heating, whey separation, and curd formulation. Similar to other semi-hard cheeses, Edam also undergoes the process of salt-brining. [...]

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10.08.2022

Threonine

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Threonine is obtained by fermentation with the use of the microbial process. It contributes to the proper functioning of the animal’s immune and digestive systems, as well as feather synthesis. Threonine is particularly desired in the low-protein diets of poultry and swine. The product is highly appreciated by the manufacturers as it allows for lower feed costs and intensified productivity. [...]

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07.08.2022

Full Cream Milk Powder (FCMP)

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Full Cream Milk Powder is a dairy product obtained through the process of evaporation of water from the pasteurized whole cow’s milk with the help of vacuum pump. Later, the product is spray-dried and full cream milk powder is collected. The powder form of full cream milk retains all the qualities of the liquid milk but has a significantly extended shelf life. [...]

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07.08.2022

Gouda 45-48%

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Gouda 45% is a Dutch yellow cheese made from cow’s milk. It is a ripened (semi) hard type cheese. The process of Gouda cheese manufacture involves coagulation with rennet, whey and lactose removal, cooking, brining, and molding. The ripening process takes between 4 weeks to over a year depending on the expected final product. [...]

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06.08.2022

Beta-Alanine

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Beta-alanine is a non-essential acid naturally produced by the synthesis of other proteins in the human body. However, dietary supplementation with beta-alanine is advised when insufficient natural production occurs or when dietary intake is too low. [...]

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29.07.2022

Lysine Sulphate

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Lysine Sulphate is obtained in the fermentation process by adding acid sulphate to transform lysine into the end product. Additionally, this composition contains other compounds increasing the nutritional value such as carbohydrates, mineral salts, as well as organic acids, and other amino acids. Lysine activates enzymatic reactions, protein synthesis, and bone development. It also plays an important role in carbohydrate metabolism and calcium absorption. Ensuring sufficient levels of lysine in the animal diet results in lower feed costs and enhanced performance. [...]

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21.07.2022

Tryptophan

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Tryptophan is obtained in the process of fermentation from raw materials. It is a key factor in the proper functioning of the nervous and immune systems. The product regulates reproduction, neurological, and anti-stress activities in the organism. Tryptophan is an expensive product but at the same time, it is indispensable for the proper functioning of the body. [...]

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20.07.2022

Lysine

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Lysine activates enzymatic reactions, protein synthesis, and bone development. It also plays an important role in carbohydrate metabolism and calcium absorption. Ensuring sufficient levels of lysine in the animal diet results in lower feed costs and enhanced performance. [...]

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19.07.2022

Soy flour, non-GMO

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Non-GMO soybeans are thoroughly cleaned to remove dirt and debris, to be then cracked, dehulled, and turned into flakes, from which oil is extracted with the use of solvent. The soy flour is then produced by milling non-genetically modified soybean flakes. [...]

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18.07.2022

Raw Milk

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Raw milk is a homogenous liquid with a characteristic smell and creamy white color. The product is directly collected from farm animals. It contains fats, proteins and lactose in variable amounts. [...]

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17.07.2022