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DSM gets Maxilact patent

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Core Tip: DSM’s patent application for Maxilact lactase, which is free from arylsulfatase, has been granted in Europe.
DSM’s patent application for Maxilact lactase, which is free from arylsulfatase, has been granted in Europe. Maxilact is said to enable dairy producers to formulate lactose-free dairy products without any off-flavours.

The patent relates to a lactase enzyme, which is free from arylsulfatase. Arylsulfatase is an impurity found in lactase that converts components naturally present in milk to cause off-flavour in lactose-free dairy products, resulting in a limited shelf life. Adding arylsulfatase-free Maxilact to a dairy formulation is claimed to ensures that off-flavour development is no longer an issue and the shelf life can be extended.

“DSM is delighted to have been granted this patent,” said Merel Roes, marketing manager of Maxilact. “It rewards our long-standing scientific efforts and investments to improve lactose-free products. Maxilact is our promise to our customers to develop stable lactose-free dairy products without any off-flavours. The lactose-free dairy market continues to expand globally and we see a rapid growth in overseas exports. This requires a longer shelf life and is thereby putting extra demands on enzyme quality. With Maxilact our customers are able to deliver on their brand promise, no matter where in the world the consumer is located.”

 
 
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