DSM Sets Yield Standard in Mozzarella Production With New Cheese Cultures

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DSM Sets Yield Standard in Mozzarella Production With New Cheese Cultures

DSM Sets Yield Standard in Mozzarella Production With New Cheese Cultures
May 28
09:38 2020
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Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, has launched its new Delvo®Cheese CP-500 cultures for boosting the yield and resource efficiency of mozzarella cheese production. Capable of achieving a higher moisture content in mozzarella, the range increases yield by up to 1.3%, compared to the most commonly used Direct Vat Set (DVS) culture in the US. These cultures also enable cheesemakers to deliver products with superior taste and texture that consumers will enjoy and are ideal for creating mozzarella cheese for pizza, offering a mild buttery flavor, excellent stretch and melt behavior and reduced browning for an enhanced eating experience.

The cheese industry today has experienced a sharp rise in demand for mozzarella cheese in a range of product formats, including shreds, slices and cubes. The global pizza cheese market, for instance, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.04% between 2020 and 2027[1], which will continue to fuel demand for mozzarella in the coming years. To navigate this evolving commercial landscape, producers must create tasty cheese that will retain a firm texture and sliceability throughout shelf life. Increasing the capacity and speed of cheese production is also crucial to safeguard the profitability of their operations.

Commercial testing has shown that the Delvo®Cheese CP-500 range enables cheesemakers to overcome these challenges by increasing moisture content, offering the fast acidification expected by producers and a consistent performance in terms of texture — maximizing yield and improving the consumer pizza eating experience. When combined with DSM’s Maxiren® XDS fermented chymosin coagulants, the range enhances yield further, allowing manufacturers to optimize raw material efficiency and achieve high whey quality.

“It can be a complex challenge for cheesemakers to meet rising consumer demand for high-quality mozzarella cheese products, while continuing to be economically and operationally efficient,” explains Evandro Oliveira de Souza, Business Lead for Cheese at DSM. “We’re committed to offering unique, stand-out products that not only look and taste good, but are also better for both consumers and customers. For that reason, DSM is delighted to introduce this new extension of our portfolio of culture solutions, which will help our customers set a new standard for yield in cheese production and deliver market-leading end products.”

DSM has decades of experience in the cheese industry and can help cheesemakers worldwide produce high-quality, great tasting cheese products efficiently, effectively and in a sustainable way. This is achieved through DSM’s cultures, coagulants, cheese protection and ripening solutions, biopreservatives and residual antibiotics tests.

Alongside the Delvo®Cheese CP-500 cultures, DSM’s expanding portfolio of solutions for mozzarella cheese includes Delvo®Cheese CP-120 cultures, and Fromase® XLG and Maxiren® XDS coagulants. This is complemented by DSM’s expert services, including application support, process analysis and optimization, and tailored phage rotation management that can help brands reduce production costs, improve product quality and increase fermentation consistency. DSM’s capabilities and portfolio in support of the cheese and dairy industry have recently been further strengthened by the acquisition of specialty dairy ingredients company CSK.

For more information on how DSM’s Delvo®Cheese CP-500 cultures and services for cheese production can improve yield and efficiency, as well as enhance the sensory properties of mozzarella cheese for pizza, visit https://www.dsm.com/food-specialties/en_US/insights/dairy/how-can-i-get-more-from-my-mozzarella.html

[1] Fior Market Research, Global Pizza Cheese Market-2027, 2019.

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