Enzyme for the hydrolysis of meat and fish protein

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Biocatalysts specialises in the production of enzymes for the modification and hydrolysis of food protein substrates. Many of these are actively used to decrease bitterness and promote positive flavour production, hence the name Flavorpro. This range includes animal, microbial and plant-derived enzymes.

The firm has recently launched a new enzyme in the range: Flavorpro 839MDP. The new product is a protease (extracted from the pancreas) preparation that contains endopeptidase and exopeptidase activities.

This new enzyme has been designed to efficiently hydrolyse proteins such as meat and fish. The object of this is to increase their solubility, digestibility and create specific flavours.

Biocatalysts advises that the natural flavours generated by Flavorpro 839MDP are suitable for addition to a variety of foodstuffs including soups, sauces, snacks, pies, prepared foods and gravies.

Flavorpro 839MDP is suitable for both Kosher and vegetarian applications.

Contact: Biocatalysts

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Posted by Shoaga Adebowale,

I am seeking to procure enzyme I could apply by injection into meat, that would be able to tenderise the meat while in storage inside the freezer.

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