As two polyunsaturated fatty acids, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and docosahexaenoic acid (ARA) were very important for the growth and development of infants and young children. They were widely used in infant formula foods. Milk products was the main source of infant formula products on the market. At the same time, there were some goat milk, yak milk, camel milk and so on, which cater to the needs of infants with low allergic risk. We can call them non-dairy formula products. All raw materials in those products of non-dairy were required to contain no dairy and its products. while milk protein was used in DHA and ARA powder products as a common and effective wall material for its good embedding. ROQUETTE responded to customer's needs with the fastest speed. After repeated research, it was the first to introduce DHA and ARA embedded in plant-based wall materials. It also guarantees 11% DHA and 10% ARA content. It can be applicable to infant formula products with non-dairy protein, solid drinks without protein, and infant formula food for special medical purpose for infants with lactose intolerance and milk protein allergy.
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