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Acidified milk drinks (AMDs) are made by mixing milk with fruit juice to produce a refreshing and nutritious, fruit-flavoured dairy drink. These drinks are popular in Asia and South America and are slowly gaining popularity in New Zealand. This makes the development of acidified fruit milk drinks a novelty topic to teach in the food technology class.
The technological challenge in manufacturing these drinks is to stabilise the milk proteins to prevent them from coagulating when the milk is acidified by the addition of fruit juice.
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Last updated on Monday 20 February 2017