DairiConcepts launches Supernatural Concentrates to benefit costs, flavor

DairiConcepts launches Supernatural Concentrates to benefit costs, flavor

DairiConcepts has expanded its Supernatural Concentrates product line beyond the original cheddar, American and blue cheese flavor varieties to include a broad range of flavors and blends.

As Americans continue to look for ways to lower their food bills, food manufacturers face similar challenges to hold down product costs in a time of fluctuating commodity prices. DairiConcepts' expanded line of flavor-amplified cheese and dairy ingredients, "Supernatural® Concentrates," helps minimize the effects of volatile raw material costs by providing a means to replace these ingredients with concentrated flavor systems that can last from 9 to 12 months with refrigeration.

DairiConcepts has expanded its Supernatural ConcenDairiconceptstrates product line beyond the original cheddar, American and blue cheese flavor varieties to include a broad range of flavors and blends for ethnic cheeses, cream cheese, butter, cream, sour cream and yogurt—many with kosher, halal and organic certifications.

Supernatural Concentrates' ease of use combined with an extensive range of flavors and strengths also provide opportunities for innovative product development. The company continues to increase its standard offerings, while producing application-specific flavors to meet the needs of its customers.

Supernatural Concentrates deliver maximum flavor impact with a smaller amount of product than is required to produce the same flavor with standard bulk ingredients. The concentrates are made from real dairy products in a range of intensities of three to 20 times the natural flavor. They contain no artificial or synthetic components and generally support clean label declarations. Most of DairiConcepts' more than 70 standard varieties are low in trans fat.

These paste-like ingredients are easy to integrate into existing applications. The applications are extensive, including uses in dressings, sauces, soups, frozen entrees, fillings, dips, process cheeses and baked goods. They work well with aseptic, retort and hot-fill processes.

Supernatural Concentrates are shipped refrigerated with a storage requirement of 32-40 degrees Fahrenheit; however, if refrigeration is not possible, certain varieties are available in a powdered format.

"The convenience and cost-saving attributes of Supernatural Concentrates combined with their versatile flavor possibilities provide opportunities for food manufacturers to develop new, on-trend food items and hold or reduce the cost of existing products," said Jeff Miyake, president of DairiConcepts. "DairiConcepts' technical expertise, combined with our commitment to innovation, allows us to help our customers simultaneously meet their cost and flavor requirements by using Supernatural Concentrates."

About DairiConcepts

DairiConcepts, L.P. is a leading U.S. provider of innovative, dairy-based ingredients for the global food industry, producing cheese and dairy powders and concentrates, seasonings, flavor enhancers and hard Italian cheeses. DairiConcepts serves icon-brand food companies, foodservice providers, restaurant chains, and industrial ingredient and private label food manufacturers.

Founded in 2000 as a partnership of national and world-leading dairy cooperatives, Dairy Farmers of America, Inc. and Fonterra Co-operative Group, Ltd., DairiConcepts today has nine manufacturing plants located throughout the United States, as well as a development laboratory and pilot testing plant at its corporate location in Springfield, Mo. Major facilities are certified for organic, kosher and halal production. In recent years, DairiConcepts has expanded its business internationally to include ingredient markets in Latin America, Mexico, Europe and Asia, with further expansion targeted for the Middle East.

Additional information is available at www.dairiconcepts.com.

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