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Tatua's Ingredients business works in close collaboration with key customers to supply premium high-quality specialised dairy ingredients for use in global food manufacture. We work in partnership with customers to tailor products to specific requirements wherever possible. Our products offer superior flavour and functionality for a wide variety of food applications.


There are two types of milk protein; casein proteins and whey proteins. Casein proteins form the basis of caseinates. The high protein content and bland flavour of our caseinates make them ideal for use in baby foods, medical nutrition, sports nutrition and diet products.

Our caseinates also have excellent functional properties. They act as emulsifiers and stabilizers in a wide variety of applications. They are perfect for use in dairy products, coffee whiteners, soups, sauces, spreads and meat products. We manufacture an extensive range of caseinates, including calcium, sodium, magnesium, potassium and mixed caseinates.

Whey Protein Concentrates

The other major protein found in milk is Whey protein - these proteins form the basis for Whey Protein Concentrates (WPC). Tatua specialises in producing high purity whey protein concentrates with a range of outstanding functional and nutritional properties. Both gelling and non-gelling WPC's are manufactured for use in a wide variety of food and nutritional applications.

Anhydrous Milk Fat (AMF)

Anhydrous milk fat (AMF) is a high quality pure dairy product. It is derived exclusively from fresh New Zealand cream by means of mechanical processes that remove almost all of the water and non-fat solids. AMF is free of preservatives, chemical additives, foreign fats and other impurities.

AMF is used to enhance mouth-feel, appearance, flavour and aroma of food products. Tatua AMF is ideal for use as a food ingredient in confectionery, bakery, ice cream, and many other consumer products. It can also be recombined with skim milk powder to produce fluid milk and other milk products