Drinking yoghurt with the best taste and mouthfeel

Unleash the natural appeal of your yoghurt drinks

Functional whey proteins deliver premium quality with a clean-label dairy halo 

That drinking yoghurt is a category in growth is something all market analysts agree on. But, with many competitors vying for space on store shelves, you need to make sure your products stand out. A clean-label dairy recipe could make that appealing difference.

Consumers around the world increasingly link a natural, clean label with a healthier choice – and many make an active effort to buy foods and beverages that make this claim. This is why our dairy specialists at Arla Foods Ingredients have worked on a whey protein solution that can give your drinking yoghurt a clear market boost.

Stable and smooth for 28 days

As always when producing a fermented dairy beverage, the challenge is to keep the product stable during shelf life, with a minimum of separation and sedimentation.
Our application trials have found a whey-based ingredient that works, keeping drinking yogurt with 2% protein and 1.5% fat stable and smooth throughout a 28-day shelf life.

The best taste and mouthfeel

Compared to a reference yoghurt made with skimmed milk powder and pectin, our solution gives the best stability and mouthfeel, with a less ‘dry’ feel.
The whey protein has a neutral taste that is undetectable in the final product. It’s also easy to add along with the other dairy ingredients and sugar at the start of your process.
For a refreshing drinking yoghurt with a natural, clean label, ask our dairy specialists about Nutrilac® YQ-5215.

Produced with ingredients not genetically modified through the use of modern biotechnology.
Made with milk from cows not treated with rBST. No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rBST-treated cows and non-rBST treated cows. This is only for the USA market.
During periods with shortage of pasture growth and low nutritional value of the grass, our farmers may use a foliage-based supplemental feed such as silage or hay. The nutrition of our cows may also include grain to ensure animals' well-being. Livestock may only be given feed the complies with the relevant leal requirements. We believe the above-mentioned points are fully consistent with the USDA definition of grass/forage-fed, although this claim has not been certified by the USDA.