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Flavoured Milk Stabilizer

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Overview

Meron’s Flavoured Milk Stabilizer

Flavoured milk drinks are sweetened dairy drinks, typically made with semi-skimmed milk, sugar, stabiliser, colour, flavouring and / or cocoa powder. The interactions between milk proteins, minerals, and other milk constituents with stabilizers is crucial for the appearance, body, texture, mouthfeel and consistency of the end product. Stabilizers control the syneresis and thereby reduce sedimentation.

We at Meron understand the significance a consistent high quality stabiliser blend can make to our clients. Backed by decades of understanding, Meron’s Flavoured Milk Stabilizer has been specially formulated to ensure enhanced mouthfeel to the consumer while guaranteeing a consistent formulation for the manufacturer, thus easing their development process.

Packing

HoReCa : 1 KG Pouch

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Applications

    DAIRY PRODUCTS

    Relish delightful dairy recipes with high-quality Marine Hydrocolloids dairy stabilizers.

    Agar Agar:

    Dairy recipes like set yoghurt, ice-creams, kulfi, ice candies, popsicles, etc require stabilizer to gain the required consistency. Agar-Agar acts as a perfect stabiliser and improves the water retention capacity of dairy products. Based on the texture requirements, you can add other Hydrocolloids with agar to prepare a more effective stabilizer.

    Wondergel

    Spreadable Agar Wondergel is an ideal choice to make creamy, thick & smooth dairy products such as set, stirred & drinkable yoghurts, flavoured milk, paneer etc. without significant syneresis.

    Our range of Spreadable Agar Wondergel variants can be extensively used as stabilizers in many dairy recipes.

    Carrageenan

    Carrageenan is a widely used stabilizer among dairy processors, as it imparts optimal consistency and a good mouth feel. Our Carrageenan is ideal for making dairy products like ice-creams, yoghurts, flavoured milk and much more.

    Sodium Alginate

    Sodium Alginate’s strong thickening potential makes it a good choice for additives for chocolate milk, Ice cream and other dairy beverages. It imparts perfect consistency without compromising on the mouth feel.

    Xanthan Gum

    Xanthan Gum is primarily used as a thickening, stabilising & emulsifying agent. A small amount of Xanthan Gum when added to liquids can vastly increase the viscosity, making it useful for a variety of dairy products that require thickening. It is widely used in frozen desserts to prevent the crystallization and to improve the softness of final product.

    Tara Gum

    Tara gum is known for its ability to enhance the texture of dairy products. It can improve the creaminess and mouthfeel of products like yogurts, ice creams, and dairy-based desserts. Tara gum can be used to stabilize emulsions in dairy products, helping to prevent phase separation and maintain a uniform consistency. This is particularly valuable in products like creamers and certain desserts. In frozen dairy products like ice cream, Tara gum can contribute to improved freeze-thaw stability, preventing the formation of ice crystals and maintaining a smoother texture. Tara gum’s water-binding properties can help reduce syneresis (the release of water) in yogurt, ensuring a firmer and more stable texture.

    Locust Bean Gum

    Locust bean gum is known for its ability to increase the viscosity and improve the texture of dairy products. It imparts a smooth and creamy consistency, making it useful in products like ice cream, yogurt, and dairy-based desserts. In frozen dairy products like ice cream, locust bean gum can enhance freeze-thaw stability, minimizing the formation of ice crystals and ensuring a smoother texture. Locust bean gum contributes to a creamy mouthfeel in dairy products, enhancing the overall sensory experience for consumers.

    Pectin

    Pectin is commonly used in fruit-based products, and in the dairy industry, it might be employed in fruit-flavored yogurts or dairy desserts to provide gelling and thickening properties. Pectin may contribute to the mouthfeel of certain dairy products by providing a smoother and more desirable texture.

    Guar Gum

    Guar gum is a natural thickening and stabilizing agent derived from guar beans. It is often used in the food industry for its ability to increase viscosity and improve the texture of various products. In dairy products, guar gum can serve several purposes:

    Viscosity and Texture: Guar gum is known for its water-binding and thickening properties. In dairy products such as ice cream, yogurt, and cream-based desserts, guar gum can be added to improve the viscosity and texture, providing a smoother and creamier mouthfeel.

    Stabilization: Guar gum helps prevent the separation of liquid and solid components in dairy products. It acts as a stabilizer, enhancing the overall stability of the product and preventing issues like syneresis (the release of water) in yogurt or ice cream.

    Reduced Ice Crystals in Ice Cream: In ice cream production, guar gum can be used to control the formation of ice crystals. This results in a smoother and creamier ice cream texture by improving the freeze-thaw stability.

    Improved Mouthfeel: Guar gum contributes to a pleasant mouthfeel in dairy products. It helps create a more indulgent and satisfying texture, particularly in products where a rich and creamy consistency is desired.