IRVINE, Calif. — Nutegrity™ has added whey protein isolates to its line, which already includes rBGH-free and goat 80% whey protein concentrate. All of Nutegrity’s dairy protein offerings are made from rBGH-free milk sourced from local farms, processed using low temperature ultrafiltration and gentle drying, and available in either kosher or non-kosher.
“Protein is something that consumers are familiar with and know they need more of in their diets. As a result there has been in a huge increase in demand for specialty protein ingredients, and dairy-based proteins in particular,” stated Matt Phillips, Chief Commercial Officer, Nutegrity. “Our protein offerings offer functional food and beverages manufacturers a way to safely boost the protein content of their products, utilizing ingredients that are familiar to consumers and easy to formulate with. They can also feel good in knowing that all of Nutegrity’s dairy proteins are sourced and manufactured in the U.S.”
To learn more about Nutegrity’s dairy-based protein offerings, please visit SupplySide West booth #23113 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nutegrity™ represents the combined expertise of Cyvex Nutrition (botanicals and fish oils), Wisconsin Specialty Protein (dairy ingredients) and InCon Processing (molecular distillation), all subsidiaries of Omega Protein Corporation. Nutegrity’s mission is to provide pure, sustainable human nutrition products from land and sea sources that support healthy living including: a wide range of dairy and plant protein products; specialty dairy ingredients; marine-based omega-3s/EFAs; and botanically sourced ingredients. By using a vertically integrated supply chain to control purity from source to finished product, Nutegrity is able to consistently produce quality ingredients with proven health benefits for dietary supplement, functional food and beverage applications. Nutegrity operates with an unwavering commitment to sustainability, striving to be a responsible steward of natural resources at every level of operation. For more news and information on Nutegrity’s human nutrition offerings, please visit www.nutegrity.com.