Spray Drying

Spray drying is a method to make dried powder from liquid. It works by spraying the liquid through a nozzle above a drying chamber. Upon coming in contact with hot air in the chamber, the sprays of droplets rapidly evaporate leaving fine powder at the bottom of the chamber. The spray dried products are instantly soluble and subject to fewer nutrient losses due to brief exposure to heat.

Non-Dairy Creamer

Use for tea, coffee, pastries, pastry filling, desserts, cocoa and chocolate products, ice cream, soup, seasoning products, breakfast cereal products and instant mixes.