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Express Food Ingredients

Express Food Ingredients

Confectionery Manufacture and Marketing 22(2): 20-21

Demineralized dried whey 'Chocomin', being produced by Express Food Ingredients for use in chocolate products, (as a relatively cheap partial replacement for milk solids) is described. The level of demineralization is >90%, lipase activity is low and particle size is correct for use in chocolate.

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