Premium Quality Milk Powder | B2B Suppliers & Sourcing | Torg

Welcome to Torg’s Milk Powder page, where you can find a wide selection of premium quality milk powder products at excellent prices. Our b2b marketplace offers a variety of food ingredients such as whey, skimmed, full cream milk powder and more, all sourced from reliable suppliers across Europe and Mediterranean. Whether you are a wholesaler, retailer or private label buyer - Torg is the perfect platform to quickly source the exact product that fits your needs!

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Packaging Options

  1. Bulk Packaging: Bulk packaging is ideal for b2b buyers who are looking for large quantity orders. It is also great for businesses who require continuous refills. Bulk packaging usually comes in a box, tote, or tanker and can be shipped directly to the buyer’s warehouse.
  2. Pouches: Pouches are perfect for smaller batch orders and those who don’t need as much product at once. They come in various sizes that can easily fit into small spaces and are lightweight so they can be transported without hassle. Buyers also have the option of choosing between transparent and non-transparent pouches depending on their preference.
  3. Bag-in-Box Packaging: Bag-in-box packaging is a popular choice among larger companies due to its convenience when it comes to transportability and storage. This type of packaging allows buyers to store more milk powder in a space efficient manner with less risk of contamination or spoilage compared to other options.
  4. Cans: Cans are another common form of food packaging, especially for milk powder products that need extra protection from environmental factors like humidity and light exposure. They have an extended shelf life, making them ideal for long term storage, while providing added protection against tampering or contamination during transportation.

Common Supply Chain Issues Faced by Milk Powder Suppliers

  1. Contamination & Price Increases: The dairy industry is no stranger to supply chain disruption, with a fairly large number of supply chain issues over the years impacting milk powder. In 2019 alone, there were multiple recalls due to the presence of salmonella in powdered milk products from a few factories in France and Italy. This lead to shortages of infant formula and other dairy products around the world, including Europe, Asia and Africa. In 2018, China's recall of hundreds of tons of contaminated milk powder led to a global decline in exports as well as significant price hikes. Additionally, rising prices for raw materials like grains have lead to higher prices for many milk powders too.
  2. Poor Quality Control Practices: The global milk powder market is highly competitive with a large amount of manufacturers vying for sales worldwide. As such, low cost production has become increasingly important for suppliers hoping to stay afloat amidst increasing competition and costs. Unfortunately this has resulted in some suppliers cutting corners when it comes to quality control leading to potential safety issues related to contamination or adulteration. Despite regulations attempting to limit these practices they are still an ongoing issue within the industry that has caused numerous recalls over the last few decades.

Interesting Ways to Use Milk Powder

  1. Baking: Milk powder is a great ingredient for baking. It can be used in cakes, muffins, cookies and other baked goods to give them a richer, creamier texture. It also adds a slight sweetness that can take the place of sugar in some cases. Milk powder can also be used as a substitute for fresh milk or evaporated milk when making custards, puddings or other creamy desserts.
  2. Smoothies & Shakes: Milk powder is also an excellent choice for making smoothies and protein shakes. When blended together with fruits and vegetables, it provides a creamy texture and added nutritional value such as protein, calcium and vitamins A and D. Milk powder can also be used as an addition to oatmeal or cereal to give it a rich flavor while adding extra protein to the dish.
  3. Coffee Drinks: Milk powder is becoming increasingly popular among coffee drinkers who are looking for an alternative to traditional dairy products. Milk powder works well with espresso drinks such as cappuccino, latte macchiato or mocha because of its ability to dissolve easily and create a smooth texture without resistance from fat molecules found in regular dairy milk. This makes milk powders ideal for baristas who want their drinks to have an airy foam on top.

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