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#1 SergeSerge

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Posted 01 February 2020 - 02:11 PM

Dear All,

Our factory wants to start producing coconut milk recombined from coconut milk powder. Please tell me where to find the production technology and recipe. Especially interested in the question of the need to use different stabilizers for this product.I also ask you to help me find the necessary indicators for monitoring the finished product, such as fat content, protein content, acidity, density, etc.

 

We want to create a product similar to these:

https://www.austrian...__from_store=en

 

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Posted 03 February 2020 - 09:37 PM

First, ask the suppliers for their reconstituting formulas. They probably get asked for it all the time.



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Posted 04 February 2020 - 12:08 AM

The formulation will be based on the desired quality parameters you want in the finished product, as well as, the process used for the product.

 

For example, if you use UHT processing you will need some type of process aid to run it through the equipment without creating too much burn on in the equipment.  This will be dependent on what type of UHT process technology used such as direct steam or indirect steam, or something else.

 

It isn't clear if you have a way to manufacture this, are seeking a co-packer, or starting from the ground up.  If you are starting from the ground up you need to find someone who is an expert in this area otherwise you can surely lose A LOT of money in the process...mostly just wasting money from the incorrect type of equipment used, wasted batches during R&D to scale up, etc.

 

If you want an aseptic or extended shelf-life product it is probably best to find a processor that can co-pack it for you under your brand.  This processor will also have the expertise and can help with the process itself, and give some guidance on formulation (although they will be hesitant to do it all for you).

 

Good luck!



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Posted 04 February 2020 - 02:24 PM

First, ask the suppliers for their reconstituting formulas. They probably get asked for it all the time.

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Posted 04 February 2020 - 02:29 PM

It isn't clear if you have a way to manufacture this, are seeking a co-packer, or starting from the ground up.  If you are starting from the ground up you need to find someone who is an expert in this area otherwise you can surely lose A LOT of money in the process...mostly just wasting money from the incorrect type of equipment used, wasted batches during R&D to scale up, etc.

 

Only one factory produces such a product in our country. We will be direct competitors for them, so co-packing is not possible. But in any case - thank you for the answer






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