LactaLogics Announces Completion of Tetra Pak Engineering for Large-Scale Manufacturing
PORT ST. LUCIE, Florida, December 30, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – LactaLogics, a company specializing in breastmilk-based nutrition for premature babies, announced the finalization of an engineering agreement with Swedenbased in Tetra Pak, positioning the company as the leader in the category of breast milk products.
Tetra Pak is a global leader in food processing and packaging solutions, serving the dairy, cheese, ice cream, beverage and convenience foods industries. Their focus on safety led to early discussions of how a collaboration can enable LactaLogics to become a high-volume supplier, meeting the company’s goal of producing 60 million ounces of milk-based products. human per year.
Prior to obtaining this engineering working agreement, LactaLogics processed milk three times at the Tetra Pak factory. Denton, TexasProduct development center to test their technology.
“After our three rounds of commercial grade processing, we have spent the last year working closely with Tetra Pak to develop our engineering plans,” said Glenn Snow, CEO and co-founder of LactaLogics. “It is exciting to share the result of the hard work that our team has put into this project. We know where every wire, every pipe will be. This level of due diligence gives us and our investors confidence in our standard operating procedures, our ability to evolve, and to achieve our processing goals. “
Jean-Pierre Berlan, Processing Manager for Tetra Pak US and Canada, shared: “We are committed to our vision of a world where everyone, everywhere, has access to healthy and nutritious food. Working with LactaLogics allows us to apply innovation and deep industry knowledge to a new category. It is exciting to see our transformation systems be used in such a meaningful way. “
By starting from their small research and development (R&D) cycles and iteratively moving to their large-scale processing cycles, LactaLogics was able to validate its approach not only for aseptic processing, but for all the parts that make up the manufacturing process. in large scale. This includes donor screening, donor qualification, donor care, milk screening, milk pooling and milk testing.
The finalization of this engineering agreement is one more step towards fulfilling LactaLogics’ mission, by providing all premature infants with access to a diet exclusively based on breast milk.
NICUs interested in learning more can contact LactaLogics at http://www.lactalogics.com.
Jackie martin, LactaLogics, 1 772-202-0284, [email protected]