How it's made?

Fermentation for a rich taste

What is the similarity between Biogarde® & Bioghurt®, bread, cheese, and wine? All of these products are made via one of the oldest processes we know: fermentation. With the help of bacteria, yeasts or molds, foodstuffs are broken down into compounds that are often easier to digest. But above all, fermentation creates rich flavors and aromas and increases the shelf life of foodstuffs.

Brief history of lactic acid fermentation

Lactic acid fermentation, as in the case of yogurt, is considered the oldest method of fermentation. Renowned Nobel prize winning scientist Elie Metchnikoff (1845-1916) laid the foundation for what later came to be known as probiotics, reflecting his belief that the regular consumption  of  lactic  acid  bacteria  in  fermented  dairy  products  can lead to health benefits.

Biogarde® & Bioghurt® cultures are produced by DSM Food Specialties.

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