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Create new business with lactose free milk

Create new business with lactose free milk

Now you can boost your milk business with Valio lactose free technology – a solution that makes it possible to launch milk products with superior taste, nutritional benefits and free from lactose without heavy upfront investments.

Valio FAST TRACK™ technology for lactose free milk production. 

SVP Harri Kallioinen, Valio R&D, explains.


While regular milk sales are decreasing, lactose free dairy sales, particularly lactose free milk, are increasing rapidly. 70% of the world’s population, 5.5 billion people, is lactose intolerant. Increasingly, people are becoming aware of digestive wellness and the health benefits of lactose free dairy. So there is a huge untapped market for lactose free dairy, particularly lactose free milk.


Developing and producing great-tasting lactose free milk requires dairies to invest in product development and lactose filtering equipment. In addition, they need the tools and know-how to properly process the removed residue lactose and clean and maintain the filtering machinery. Such technical and financial barriers make it impossible for some to enter the lucrative lactose free milk market.


By separating the lactose at our modern facilities, our lactose free milk technology eliminates the need to invest heavily in advanced equipment. With our expertise, we can help you streamline your product development, optimise your manufacturing processes, and develop an effective go-to-market strategy, allowing you to kick-start your entry into the lactose free milk market.

Ignite your lactose free business

Ignite your lactose free business

In this exclusive webinar, Harri Kallioinen, SVP at Valio R&D, explains how we can help you quickly and easily enter the booming market for lactose free dairy.

Be inspired by Crediton Dairy’s success story

“Valio’s lactose free milk technology allowed us to enter the fast-growing lactose free milk market quickly and without significant capital investment.” — Tim Smiddy, Managing Director of Crediton Dairy