Choosing the right lactose for specific applications
Food safety and powder quality are top priorities when choosing the right lactose for a variety of food products and lactose derivatives
With our lactose range, we aim to meet your demands for specific applications.
- Premium Lactose
All our lactose products are Kosher and Halal and have uniform powder properties across our production sites. They are available as unmilled, mesh 100 and mesh 200. Our packaging material is designed to preserve the excellent powder properties and food safety of our lactose throughout its 24-month shelf life.
Premium lactose for infant formula and other food applications
Our premium lactose products target infant formula and other food applications that place the highest demands on microbiological food safety. Free from annatto and bleaching agents, they exceed the strictest international standards and is suitable for dry blend. Dry blending infant formula with our premium lactose improves your flexibility and efficiency and can potentially increase your production capacity by up to 25%.
Premium lactose is also an ideal raw material for further processing into lactose derivatives, such as lactulose and GOS. It is an important fermentation substrate for the development of bacterial cultures used in yoghurt and cheese production.
Lactose - The right choice for various food applications
Our standard lactose is a high-quality choice for less sensitive food applications, such as confectionery, bakery and dairy products.
We guarantee a stable powder quality throughout the year and our uniform powder properties will ensure easy handling.
We pride ourselves on having full traceability and control over our sourcing materials as well as guaranteeing stable and reliable supply through large production volumes. To ensure a reliable and steady supply, we have state-of-the-art production facilities.
Arla Foods Ingredients supports the WHO recommendation for exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of an infant’s life and continued breastfeeding up to the age of two or beyond in combination with nutritionally appropriate complementary foods.