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DSM uses AI platform to develop all-in-one cultures for fermented milk products

A first of its kind, DSM’s new Culture Co-Creation Platform connects dairy producers with next generation technology and scientific expertise

The Netherlands headquartered Royal DSM has unveiled its first portfolio of all-in-one cultures for fermented milk products developed using its new artificial intelligence (AI)-powered Culture Co-Creation Platform. DSM’s DelvoONE portfolio is made up of five cultures offering taste, texture and health benefits – all with built in bioprotection. Combining DSM’s industry leading expertise with machine learning, the new platform enables yogurt manufacturers and DSM to collaborate on unique solutions that deliver on multiple product targets at the same time.

The platform improves the accuracy and speed of dairy producers’ new product development by reducing trial complexity during the culture selection process.

With built-in bioprotection, manufacturers and consumers can benefit from reduced food waste as yogurts stay fresh throughout an extended shelf life. The five culture blends are DelvoONE Alpha and DelvoONE Gamma offering taste, texture and bioprotective benefits; DelvoONE Alpha-B and DelvoONE Gamma-B that also contain the probiotic strain Bifidobacterium animalis lactis Bif-6; and DelvoONE Zeta-C that contains the probiotic strain Lacticaseibacillus casei L26.

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