GROWTH MEDIA AND FUNCTIONAL PROTEINS

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Growth media are solutions containing milk components, mineral salts and vitamins, and are used as a substitute for milk in the production of industrial starters (fermentation with direct inoculation).

Sacco System growth media have high levels of fermentation activity. They allow live cultures to reach their maximum microbial growth potential in order to obtain specific starters on the basis of the required characteristics.

All raw materials are standardised, ensuring their purity and the absence of any cross-contamination. The balance between whey and milk in the media is regulated depending on the specific aim.

Sacco System culture media are available both for mesophilic and thermophilic preparations, and they offer significant advantages in terms of costs and processing times, connected to the fermentation process.


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Growth Media and Functional Proteins | Sacco System
GROWTH MEDIA AND FUNCTIONAL PROTEINS - Growth media are solutions containing milk components, mineral salts and vitamins, and are used as a substitute for milk in the production of industrial starters (fermentation with direct inoculation). Sacco System growth media have high levels of fermentation activity. They allow live cultures to reach their maximum microbial growth potential in order to obtain specific starters on the basis of the required characteristics. All raw materials are standardised, ensuring their purity and the absence of any cross-contamination. The balance between whey and milk in the media is regulated depending on the specific aim. Sacco System culture media are available both for mesophilic and thermophilic preparations, and they offer significant advantages in terms of costs and processing times, connected to the fermentation process.