potato protein

Potato protein is obtained by removing the starch in a liquid process which ends up with protein-rich juice. The next steps involve heating, drying and milling into powder with high protein content. The aroma and flavour resemble potatoes. 


Potato protein has a high content of protein and a beneficial amino acid profile. Moreover, the product is highly digestible and is marked by low ash levels. Those features prove that potato protein is an attractive plant-based substitute for animal proteins. 


Potato protein is widely used in high-grade animal feed. It’s often used in horse diet, but also for young animals such as piglets and calves.