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Lili Cheese brings whey protein to market

The Chairman of National Science Foundation Professor Ranjith Senaratne, the Assistant Director-General of National Science Foundation Dr. Thamara Dias and the Chairman of Lili Cheese Sunil Rodrigo at the launching event.
The Chairman of National Science Foundation Professor Ranjith Senaratne, the Assistant Director-General of National Science Foundation Dr. Thamara Dias and the Chairman of Lili Cheese Sunil Rodrigo at the launching event.

Lili Cheese has introduced ‘whey protein milk’ with the National Science Foundation’s assistance to the local market.

Whey protein, become a popular source of nutrition for sportswomen and children in a variety of forms and taking this into consideration National Science Foundation and Lili Cheese which is a leader in farmhouse cheese manufacturer in Sri Lanka have introduced Lili Cheese introduced whey protein, the muscle milk, to the local market.

The research intended to come out with a whey beverage rich in natural protein as the liquid base. They also intended for a beverage that utilized natural fresh fruit extracts to formulate an acceptable product. The product is suitable for all age groups. A broad market evaluation was carried out before launch. The product is now finalized with its formulas tested and certified for nutritional content.

“Lili Cheese helps keep your body in positive protein balance to help promote exercise recovery, provide sustained energy, and help build lean muscle. These products also deliver nutrients and high-quality proteins to conveniently help you bridge the gap between meals, more suitable for sportsmen and women,” said Chairman of National Science Foundation Professor Ranjith Senaratne at the launch of the product.

He added, “The National Science Foundation and the Sri Lankan Dairy industry worked together to bring out this product. This joint effort is a milestone for both institutions.”