Befresh™ AF
Antifungal culture
Price : 10.00 EUR ( Click here to check you member price ) Package : 10 u/bag
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Description

Fresh fermented milk products contain a high level of nutrients, making it a healthy food choice with many dietary benefits. However, these dairy products have a very short shelf life due to their microbiological changes especially caused by yeast and molds, leads very often to large economic losses. Although traditional chemical preservative - potassium sorbet has a good preservation effect, it has negative impact on organoleptic qualities.

Befresh™ AF is the mixture of Lactobacillus Paracasei and Propionibacterium freudenreichii subsp shermanii, specially produced to control the growth of yeast & moulds in fresh fermented milk products.

Application

Ingredients

Applications

Diagnosis

Dosage

Befresh™ AF

Fresh fermented dairy

Yoghurt 

Yeast and mold

10-20u/100L milk

Cheese

Hard cheese

10-20u/100L milk

 

 

*Direction for Use

Disinfect the opening area with 75% alcohol before opening the package. Cut open the package; Dissolve Befresh™ AF into milk evenly in sterile environment, and then inoculate together with general culture into fermentation tank.

Recommended dosage: 10u/1,000L milk, or add the appropriate amount according to actual needs. Recommended fermentation temperature with Before™ AF is no higher than 42°C; the best temperature is between 41-42°C. Timely cooling down is highly recommended with Befresh™ AF after the fermentation ends. Don’t leave yogurt in fermentation tank more than half an hour to ensure the acidity does not increase too fast. Timely bottling is highly recommended, don’t leave yogurt in storage tank for too long; otherwise the acidity will increase fast.

Key Benefits
  • Anti-yeasts and molds
  • Shelf life protection
  • Natural, clean label
Regulation

Befresh™ AF containing Lactobacillus Paracasei and Propionibacterium freudenreichii subsp shermanii have been granted Qualified Presumption of Safety (QPS) status in the European Union by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). Befresh™ AF does not have to be declared at all or, if it does, can be declared as starter cultures, which are recognized as safe. The only restriction for use could be in yogurt applications in countries where yogurt is defined by national standards. As yogurt standards may vary from country to country, local regulations should always be consulted before applying Befresh™ AF Protective Cultures.