Four ways to promote probiotic yogurts
03 Apr 2020
Are you looking for a probiotic that does it all?
Delvo®Pro is a family of probiotic strains that offers a real win-win by appealing to both health (and taste) conscious dairy lovers and dairy manufacturers alike.
Based on well-known strains that consumers love, like Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and Lactobacillus johnsonii, these probiotics have been-picked by our dairy experts at DSM Food Specialties for optimum performance.
And it’s complemented by our unique fermentation capabilities and high production standards, which enable you to increase the shelf life and stability of your dairy products – and all while decreasing your production costs.
In fact, Delvo®Pro works with all kinds of fermented dairy applications, from drinkable yogurts to stirred yogurts, Greek yogurts and sour milk products - creating healthier yogurt for consumers with the taste and texture they love.
It’s all part of our daily mission to enable better food for everyone.
A cost-effective solution
Our combination of high production standards and unique fermentation capabilities deliver effective probiotics with an attractive cost-in-use.
Cell count stability during shelf life
Our history in fermentation guarantees the stability of the Delvo®Pro probiotic strains from the initial inoculation dosage through to the end of the shelf life. Our application experts can even help you optimize the total production process to reach your desired cell count.
Our Delvo®Pro probiotic strains have been used industry-wide for more than 40 years. We offer dairy manufacturers in-depth ingredient and application knowledge to boost innovation and help choose the right strain (in fact for all strains we provide full transparency on references to external strains collections).
A complete portfolio based on solid science
Delvo®Pro probiotic strains have been studied for decades by scientists, universities, and research institutes around the world. For each strain, a literature reference card is provided, helping dairy producers understand the content and the results of both application and clinical trials.