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Production of hydrolysate for infant formula

Production of hydrolysate for infant formula

“To nourish the world’s children for their best start in life” is the mission of Mead Johnson Nutrition”, says Robert Hazenberg, Sourcing Coordinator Ingredients of Mead Johnson Nijmegen. “To realise this, we are committed to using the highest quality ingredient sources from reputable...

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Rubisco extracted for food application

Rubisco extracted for food application

RuBisCo, the most abundant protein in the world, present in every “green” plant can now be extracted as a protein ingredient for the food market. Our experts have developed an extraction method resulting in a colourless protein isolate having an excellent solubility.

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Optimisation & production of your next generation probiotic

Optimisation & production of your next generation probiotic

With more than 70 years of expertise, we have successfully optimised and up-scaled the production of several next generation probiotics. Strains with potential probiotic benefits, selected from a healthy human gut and skin, were produced in our food grade NIZO Processing Centre, delivering viable...

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Protein Overexpression and Bacterial Therapeutics

Protein Overexpression and Bacterial Therapeutics

We have developed the proprietary NICE system for overexpression of proteins in the food grade bacterium Lactococcus lactis. This system allows for tightly controlled expression of proteins using the food grade inducer peptide nisin. This system can be used as a safe platform for expression of...

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Gene-based strain selection for cheese starter cultures

Gene-based strain selection for cheese starter cultures

Consumers’ awareness of healthy diet choices has triggered a trend towards low fat and low salt cheeses. One of the key parameters to acceptability and thus the success of these ‘low’ varieties is the flavour quality.

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Control of mycotoxins in the dairy chain

Control of mycotoxins in the dairy chain

Mycotoxins are toxic metabolites formed by contaminant moulds. Introduction of mycotoxins in the production chain can occur at different levels, for example via contaminated feed consumed by dairy cattle or growth of contaminant moulds during cheese ripening and storage. Dairy companies require...

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