Almost all (70-90%) of the fat in Roller-Dried milk powder is free-fat.
This means that the fat molecules in roller-dried milk are able to bond much easier than in Spray-Dried milk (which has a free fat content of 2-3%).
The high temperatures under which roller-dried milk powder is made also provokes a Maillard reaction. This means the milk sugar (lactose) and proteins react, to cause browning and a unique caramel flavor.
Particularly in the confectionery industry, Roller-Dried whole milk powder is far superior to conventional spray-dried milk powder.
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