Dehydrated yogurts are often called yogurt powders. There is no standard of identity for yogurt powders but generally they are made from cultured milk. They are typically manufactured using skim milk that is pasteurized. Yogurt is one of the most popular fermented dairy products worldwide which has great consumer acceptability due to its health benefits and special taste and texture. It is nutritionally rich in protein, calcium, vitamin D, riboflavin, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12.
Benefits: -Yoghurt taste without a humidity constraint -Suitable for fat or mix powders -Suitable for emulsions such as sauces
Usage: Yogurt powder can be used to add the distinct tart and tangy yogurt flavor to a variety of applications including smoothies, ice cream, frostings, whipped cream/toppings, icings, and more without adding moisture. It is very soluble in warm or cold liquids.