Applications and Uses of Casein

Edible Casein can be used in Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Health & Personal care products, Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry. Edible Casein is used in cheese making and protein supplement such as in cream-based soups, sherbet, pudding and custard. Casein is the principal protein of cow’s milk. It is the curd that forms when milk is left to sour. It is the most commonly used milk protein in the food industry and contains 21 amino acids.

Edible acid casein is highly nutritional, low in fat and cholesterol, and flavorful, making it ideal for medical and nutritional applications. Edible acid is used in coffee whiteners, infant formulas, processed cheese, and for use in pharmaceutical products.

Hydrolyzed casein is casein that has been broken down partially or completely to its constituent amino acids.

Edible Casein uses as follows:

Casein

In Food

Casein can be used as nutritional suppliments, thickener, emulsifier and texture stabilizer in food such as in cream-based soups, sherbet, pudding and custard.

In Beverage

Casein can be used as nutritional suppliments, thickener, emulsifier and texture stabilizer in beverage.

In Pharmaceutical

Casein can be used as intermediate in Pharmaceutical.

In Health and Personal care

Casein used as Hair Conditioning Agent; Skin-Conditioning Agent – Miscellaneous; ANTISTATIC; SKIN CONDITIONING in Cosmetics and personal care products.

In Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry

Casein can be used in Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry feed.

In Other Industries

Casein can be used in ointments, paper, paints, glues, textiles, varnishes and early plastics.

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