VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders

VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders can be used to enhance rich and meaty flavours in a range of products, including roast beef, chicken broth, gravy and pizza toppings.

Introduction to VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders

VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders offer a well-rounded flavour profile, ideal for use in your dry-blended product portfolio. When combined with other flavour ingredients, VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders provide a cost-efficient alternative to meet with a range of requirements, from light savoury poultry-based products to intermediate beef notes. VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders contain a small amount of vegetable oil, reducing hygroscopicity in product formulations. VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders can be used to enhance rich and meaty flavours in a range of products, including roast beef, chicken broth, and gravy and pizza toppings.

VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders is available globally
VI-ZATE™ Application areas

VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders are available in 50 pound/ 23 kilo HDPE lined, multi-wall heat-sealed bags for easy transportation.

VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders can be used in meat gravies, beef marinades and chicken-based broths to improve your product’s flavour profile.

VI-ZATE™ Spray Dried Hydrolysed Protein Powders can enhance the flavour of your pizza toppings

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