By Geoffrey W. Smithers, Mary Ann Augustin
Advances in Dairy Ingredients presents a global point of view on contemporary advancements within the region of dairy constituents and dairy expertise. industry and production developments and possibilities are aligned with the most recent technology instruments that supply the root to effectively and speedily catch those possibilities. sensible meals are rising as key drivers of the worldwide meals economic climate and dairy parts and expertise are on the leading edge in those advancements. Advances in Dairy Ingredients brings jointly foodstuff scientists, experts, and agents from around the globe to supply distinctive perception into the medical foundation for the good fortune of dairy materials in sleek nutrients items, and a glimpse into the way forward for new dairy components and meals at the horizon
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871–889. London: Academic Press. Westergaard, V. (2004) Milk Powder Technology Evaporation and Spray-Drying. Copenhagen: Niro A/S. A. V. T. Vu, Y. W. 1 INTRODUCTION The industrial source of lactose is whey, the liquid by-product from the manufacture of cheese and casein. Each kilogram of cheese yields 7–9 kg of whey. Two-thirds of the dry weight of the generated whey is lactose. Minerals and proteins account for the bulk of the remaining third (Hobman, 1984). Traditionally, whey was disposed of as animal stockfeed or by irrigation and sewage treatment.
It is the most abundant sugar in the milk of most mammals, and is also found in a few other sources, such as Forsythia and Sapotacea plants (Holsinger, 1988). Lactose is the major energy and carbon source in the diet of suckling mammals, with its components, glucose, providing the energy building blocks, and galactose being vital for brain development (Holsinger, 1988). It is present in varying concentrations depending on the species. 8% in the milk of cow, sheep, and buffalo, animals commonly used as the source of milk in the human diet (Nickerson, 1974).
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