Beta-lactoglobulin - more of whey protein’s most powerful component

Produced via crystallisation for unprecedented purity, beta-lactoglobulin (BLG) contains 45% more leucine and 26% more essential amino acids - giving it an unbeatable nutritional profile compared to current commercially available whey protein1:

Lacprodan® BLG-100 offers:

  • Great taste
  • Fat-free
  • Lactose-free
  • No bitterness
  • Temperature flexibility
  • pH flexibility
  • Clarity in solution

Lacprodan® BLG-100, containing 100% pure BLG, can be used in Foods for Special Medical Purposes (FSMP) targeting patient recovery and elderly with or at risk of developing malnutrition. Excellent for creating ready-to-drink (RTD) products or small functional protein shots delivering up to 23% concentration of potent protein.

Lacprodan® BLG-100 is Kosher and Halal-certified.

Read more about our newest concept containing Lacprodan® BLG-100.

Inspiring concepts with Lacprodan® BLG-100:

  • Whey more potent: high-protein, low-volume drink targeting older adults with, or at risk of malnutrition, as well as others with increased protein needs - Read more
  • Tackling the protein dilemma in a low-phosphorous renal diet: dietary management of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) - Read more
  • Juice-style drink: a refreshing opportunity to keep protein intake on track – Read more

Lacprodan® BLG-100 authorized as a novel food
As of 21 December 2022, Arla Foods Ingredients has received final authorization from the European Commission (EC) for its beta-lactoglobulin ingredient, Lacprodan® BLG-100.

The authorization states that Lacprodan® BLG-100 is safe and suitable to use in food products in the EU. The ingredient is suitable for a variety of applications within sports nutrition and in food for special medical purposes (FSMP).

Lacprodan® BLG-100 is Arla Foods Ingredients’ first product to receive approval under the new Novel Food Regulations (EU) 2015/2283.

Breakthrough Award
Lacprodan® BLG-100 is the proud winner of the ADPI 2022 Breakthrough Award in the category Dairy Ingredient Innovation. 

1. Gorissen et al., 2018

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