Dry products and ingredients available through Heartland Farms Dairy
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Sweet Whey Powder
Dry Sweet-type Whey is obtained by drying fresh whey (derived during the manufacture of cheeses, i.e. Cheddar and Swiss), which has been pasteurized and to which nothing has been added as a preservative. It contains all the constituents, except moisture, in the same relative proportion as in the whey. – Full Details
Whey Permeate Powder
Whey Permeate is manufactured through the cold ultrafiltration of sweet dairy whey, removing a portion of the protein from sweet whey to result in a non-hygroscopic, free-flowing and clean flavored powder containing greater than 80% carbohydrate (lactose) levels. – Full Details
Dry Buttermilk is obtained by drying liquid buttermilk that was derived from the churning of butter and pasteurized prior to condensing. DBM has a protein content of not less than 30.0%. It may not contain, or be derived from, nonfat dry milk, dry whey or products other than buttermilk, and contains no added preservative, neutralizing agent, or other chemical. DBM for human consumption complies with all provisions of the U.S. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
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Lactose (Milk Sugar) is a white to creamy white crystalline product, possessing a mildly sweet taste. It may be anhydrous, contain one molecule of water of hydration, or be a mixture of both forms. Lactose for human consumption complies with all provisions of the U.S. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
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Whole Milk Powder
Dry Whole Milk usually is obtained by the removal of water from pasteurized milk, which also may have been homogenized. Alternatively, DWM may be obtained by blending fluid, condensed or nonfat dry milk with liquid or dry cream or with fluid, condensed or dry milk, provided the resulting DWM is equivalent in composition. It contains not less than 26% but less than 40% milkfat (by weight) on an “as is” basis and not more than 5% moisture (by weight) on a milk solids-not-fat basis. Optionally, it may be fortified with either Vitamins A or D, or both. The primary DWM products are those having 26.0% and 28.5% milkfat. – Full Details
Non-Fat Dry Milk
Nonfat Dry Milk is obtained by the removal of water from pasteurized skim milk. It contains not more than 5% moisture (by weight) and not more than 1.5% milkfat (by weight) unless otherwise indicated. – Full Details