The effect of direct and indirect heat treatment on the attributes of whey protein beverages
AuthorKelleher, Clodagh M.
O'Mahony, James A.
Kelly, Alan L.
Kilcawley, Kieran N
McCarthy, Noel A.
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CitationKelleher, C., O'Mahony, J., Kelly, A., O'Callaghan, D., Kilcawley, K. and McCarthy, N. The effect of direct and indirect heat treatment on the attributes of whey protein beverages. International Dairy Journal, 2018, 85, 144-152. doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.idairyj.2018.05.011
AbstractThermal processing of ready-to-drink high protein beverages can have a substantial impact on the physical and sensory properties of the final product for long-life milks such as extended shelf life and ultra high temperature processed products. Direct and indirect heat treatment technologies were applied to whey protein isolate (WPI) -based beverages containing 4, 6 or 8% (w/w) protein. Lower levels of protein denaturation (66–94%) were observed using direct heating compared with indirect heating (95–99%) across protein levels and heating temperatures (121 and 135 °C final heat). Direct heat treatment resulted in significantly lower viscosity and less extensive changes to the volatile profile, compared with indirect heat treatment. Overall, the application of direct and indirect heat treatment to WPI solutions resulted in significantly different final products in terms of appearance, physical characteristics and volatile profile, with direct heating resulting in many enhanced properties compared with conventional indirect heat treatment.
FunderDepartment of Agriculture, Food and the Marine; Teagasc Walsh Fellowship programme
Grant Number10 RD TMFRC 703
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