Whey Protein Method Development Materials

About Whey Protein

Whey protein is a popular product used in a variety of applications; however, due to its higher risk of contamination, antiquated testing methodologies might not detect adulteration.

It is important to ensure the quality of whey protein, especially for vulnerable populations. Methods and analytical materials are needed to verify the identity and quality of whey protein on the market.

The Food Chemicals Codex (FCC) offers a set of method development materials consisting of commercial samples of whey protein concentrate and whey protein isolate prepared using common industry techniques, developmental methods and typical data to help in developing and validating new analytical methods to verify the identity and quality of whey protein.

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Whey Protein Materials

A collection of commercial whey protein products produced with different processing methods from various geographies and manufacturers.

Each set contains the following:

  • Whey protein concentrate, 10 g
  • Whey protein isolate by ion exchange, 10 g
  • Whey protein isolate by microfiltration from v1, 10 g
  • Whey protein isolate by microfiltration from v2, 10 g

Developmental methods included:

  • Amino Acid Analysis by LC/UV
  • Peptide Mapping by LC/MS
  • Capillary Get Electrophoresis (CGE)
  • Intact Protein by LC/MS

Data included:

  • Certificate of analysis for all whey protein materials
  • Representative chromatogram data of whey protein materials using developmental methods
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