Chr. Hansen launches new probiotic yogurt culture: Yo-Fast 20

The recent launch of Yo-Flex® - a new generation of yogurt cultures from Chr. Hansen - offers exciting possibilities to dairies worldwide. As part of this launch, the company announces the latest launch of a new probiotic yogurt culture called Yo-Fast 20.

New consumer trends create a demand for new products and solutions. Changing times means changing tastes. The most important characteristics of Yo-Fast 20, the latest range of yogurt cultures from Chr. Hansen, are:

Mild flavor: Yo-Fast 20 develops a very mild flavor and has high-texturing properties, which make it possible to reduce or even replace the use of additives like stabilizers or gelling agents. This is particularly attractive in children’s products. Furthermore, minimal post-acidification guarantees longer shelf life of products.

High mouth feel in low-fat products: Yo-Fast 20 offers a high mouth feel and creaminess to low-fat products. These attributes have been very difficult to obtain with traditional cultures.
Probiotic: For the last decade some of the most successful products within functional foods have been probiotic fermented dairy products. As part of this growing market, Yo-Fast 20 contains the very well known probiotic strains Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium and L. casei.
For further information or to obtain samples, please contact Marilyn Stieve, Sr. Product Manager for Dairy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at 800-558-0802 or email [email protected]; or Anne Charlotte Didriksen, Marketing Manager in Horsholm, Denmark at +45 45 74 73 16, or email [email protected].

Operating from facilities in over twenty-four countries worldwide, Chr. Hansen is a global biotechnology company that provides ingredients to the food, dairy, animal health, human health and nutrition industries. The company is a primary supplier of cultures, probiotics, enzymes, colors, flavors, seasonings, sweeteners, and pharmaceutical coatings and excipients.

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