Definitions

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  • adjective dried by bringing a sprayed substance (e.g. milk or soap) into contact with hot air and recovering it in the form of a powder

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Examples

  • The fresh organic carrots are harvested at their nutritional peak, washed, juiced, and then spray-dried in a temperature-controlled manner to stabilize their nutrients.

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  • He and his graduate student Yun-Ling Wong took out the chemicals and spray-dried bacteria in a simpler solution of mostly water.

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  • The mixture is then spray-dried to a moisture level of 3.5 to

    Chapter 6

  • The ingredients are spray-dried and encapsulated, which is said to standardize their strength and flavour profile, while protecting them from degradation over time

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  • The ingredients are spray-dried and encapsulated, which is said to standardize their strength and flavour profile, while protecting them from degradation over time

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  • Explaining the link-up with Lacto-Misr of Egypt, FrieslandCampina Kievit said demand for premium quality spray-dried ingredients has increased strongly in the region.

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  • The range is available as a liquid, spray-dried powder, or in encapsulated form.

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  • The foam-covered iced coffee drink made from spray-dried instant coffee can be enjoyed at Café Frappe (519 Danforth, 416-462-0693).

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  • The range is available as a liquid, spray-dried powder, or in encapsulated form.

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  • Available in both liquid and spray-dried powder specifications, Sethness Caramel Color offers application flexibility, versatility and economy.

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