FrieslandCampina Ingredients launches Kievit instant milk cap powder
With products such as cheese tea becoming increasingly popular among consumers, FrieslandCampina Ingredients Food & Beverages has launched a milk cap powder for an indulgent layer on beverages.
As its name suggests, this milk cap powder can be used to create a creamy layer on top of a variety of drinks and desserts in an instant using just one product.
Kievit instant milk cap powder caters to the trend of “personalise it yourself conveniently” by encouraging the proliferation of unique and diverse drinks and desserts with a signature finish.
The distinctive features of this powder include the option of blending it with either milk or water. It can be added to both hot and cold beverages and, depending on the desired appearance, one can choose between having a clean distinctive top foam layer or a blended “latte” effect. Not limited to beverages alone, the powder mix can provide a variety of texture and mouthfeel to tea, coffee, chocolate and fruit drinks, and desserts, allowing producers to create a menu that keeps consumers coming back over and over again.
Tracy Joy Fortu, segment marketeer foodservice at FrieslandCampina Ingredients Food & Beverages said: “If variety is the spice of life, it is personalisation that will keep the millennials and Generation Z coming back for more. For example, adding different sprinkles, syrups or sweet marshmallows to a beverage allows consumers to match their drink to their mood and ring in the changes every day. And now, you have a milk cap as yet another exciting option.”
Creative, convenient, and cost saving
With Kievit instant milk cap powder, creativity comes hand in hand with convenience. However, sharp line or smooth blend – the variety demands no requirement for additional machinery, heating or elaborate training for the staff.
The preciseness of the serving mix also reduces food waste and helps maintain a low inventory. It is a single ingredient, stirred with a spoon or stirrer and mixed with water or milk.