Despite recent publicity to the contrary, consumers still want to buy low-fat foods. But they want them to taste good. To this end, application scientists at the Pfizer Food Science Group in Milwaukee have perfected the use of Dairy-Lo, an all-natural milk protein, as the key to fat replacement in natural cheese products. Consumers are reluctant to consume full-fat dairy products because they contain cholesterol that many believe is a health concern. Health experts have linked high levels ...

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