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  • Casein is a protein that is found in milk and used independently in many foods as a binding agent. Technically, it is part of a group called phosphoproteins, collections of proteins bound to something containing phosphoric acid. Casein may also be called caseinogen, particularly in European foods.
  • Casein is a salt, meaning it has no net ionic charge, of the element calcium. It has a number of interesting properties that make it useful in foods and cooking. Casein can be found in two main types: edible and technical. Edible casein is widely used in both medicine and food, both for nutritional value and as a binder. Technical casein is used in an enormous range of products, including paints, cosmetics, and many types of adhesives.
  • Casein is the major protein in cow's milk and constitutes about 80% of the total protein content of which the rest, the 9 per cent SNF portion of milk contains around 3.5 per cent proteins and 4.5 per cent lactose (milk sugar), with assorted vitamins, minerals and enzymes making up the rest.
  • Casein is the basic component of ordinary cheese. In the cheesemaking process, casein is precipitated by the action of rennet enzyme, and a coagulam is formed consisting of casein, whey proteins, fat, lactose and the minerals of the milk.
  • Casein can be produced for different applications by precipitation from the skimmed milk with dilute Sulphuric acid, Hydrochloric acid or Lactic acid. Casein is produced in various grades which includes hydrochloric acid casein, sulphuric acid casein, lactic acid casein, rennet casein, fat free casein.
  • Commercially, casein is isolated from milk through the action of lactic acid-producing bacteria or through the addition of an acid such as HCl. The use of CO2 to precipitate casein from milk has recently been demonstrated on a batch scale and for a continuous pilot plant process.
  • Casein exists in milk in complex groups of molecules (sometimes referred to as calcium phospho-caseinate) that are called micelles. The micelles consist of casein molecules, calcium, inorganic phosphate and citrate ions, and have a typical molecular weight of several
    hundred million.
  • Ireland’s casein exports went to the US, which remains the key export market. However, Ireland’s dependence on the US has reduced, with this market accounting for 60% of exports in 2001, and intra-EU exports representing 38% of the total. There is concern regarding the ongoing viability of this US casein market.
  • The prices for casein are still rather low in spite of the reduction of its output. The asked prices of a few manufacturers fluctuated in the range of UAH28,000–29,000 per MT in the middle of January 2005. The rather small volumes of the products are exported for the prices in the range of USD5,100–5,300 per MT FCA. Taking into consideration the current situation on the world casein market it can be supposed that it is hopeless for the Ukrainian casein traders to wait the significant improvement of their position on the market.
  • By 2005, the value of Indian dairy produce is expected to be INR 1,000,000 million. In last six years foreign investment in this sector stood at INR 3600 million which is about one-forth of total investment made in this sector. Manufacture of casein and lactose, largely being imported presently, has good scope. Exports of milk products have been decanalised.
 General Information
  • Casein
  • Characteristics of Casein
  • Casein Paint
  • Casein plastics
  • Casein formaldehyde
  • Casein Health Issues

Production and Processing

  • Casein Process Using Carbon Dioxide
  • Production of Acid Casein
  • Manufacturing Process of Novel Casein
  • Isolating Casein form Milk
  • Purification of Casein
  • Extraction of Casein from Milk
  • Preparation of Casein Using Carbon Dioxide
  • Purification of Porcine β-Casein
  • Casein Manufacturing Process

Company Profiles

  • American Casein Company
  • Baba Casein International
  • Prestige Proteins
  • Venus Casein Products
  • Charotar Casein Company
  • Gansu Hualing Group Co.,Ltd
  • Patel Brothers


  • Dr. John M Berardi
  • Chem Quest Group Consulting services
  • Dr. Claiborne V. C.
  • Experts in Casein Protein
  • Mitra Rash MA
  • Casein Consultants
  • Suruchi Consultants


  • Casein Based Dietetic Foodstuff and Process
  • Casein Micelle Process
  • Method for Dissolving Milk Proteins
  • Preparation of Hydrolyzed Casein
  • Casein Film Production
  • Production of Phosphopeptides from Casein

Technology & Technique

  • Protein Technology
  • Processing Technologies on Milk Marketing
  • Marketing Dairy Value Through Tecnology
  • Purification of Beta Casein from Milk
  • Goat’s Milk Casein Fractionated by Ion-Exchange Chromatography
  • Transgenic Technology in the production of Therapeutic Proteins
  • LB Broth Technology
  • Plasmon Resonance Technique


  • ALPMA Filtration Plant
  • Conaprole Industrial Plant
  • Auctioneers & Appraisers
  • Casein Milling, Blending & Packaging plant
  • List of Casein Plant
  • Reduction in HCL Usage Leads To Savings For Dairy
  • Protein Processing Using High Pressure Gases & Supercritical Fluids
  • Casein Artist's Paints
  • Investigation of Hydrochloric Acid Used During the Acid Casein Making Process
  • Evaluation of Caseins/Caseinates for use as Ingredients in Food Products
  • Genetic Polymorphism of Goat Milk Proteins
  • New production of casein
  • Casein Universal Adhesive
  • AURO Lime-Casein
  • Casecoat Protein Polymers
  • Aglaia Casein Binder Paint
  • Casein Lime Paint
  • Casein Lime Primer
  • Potassium Caseinate
  • Sodium Caseinate

Material Safety Data Sheet 

  • Azo-Casein
  • BLOK Casein
  • LB Agar Amp
  • Formaldehyde
  • Casein Kinase I
  • Protazyme AK
  • Real Milk Paint Co.
  • SoyBean Casein


  • Casein as a Necessary Factor in the Production of
    Lactic Streptococci
  • Production of Staphylococcal Enterotoxins from Casein
  • Application of High Milk Protein Powder
  • Effects of Casein Haplotypes on Milk Production
  • Applications of Casein
  • Major Application Fields Of Casein

Equipments Suppliers

  • Fluid Bed Dryer Suppliers
  • Casein and Lactose Plant and Equipment Suppliers
  • Holding Tubes Suppliers
  • Processing Machine Suppliers
  • Pumps & Pumping Equipment Suppliers
  • Storage Tank Suppliers

Manufacturers, Suppliers And Buyers

  • Casein Exporters
  • Casein Manufacturers
  • Casein Providers
  • List of Casein Suppliers
  • Sellers Leads of Casein
  • Trade Leads of Casein
  • Casein Wholesalers
  • Casein Buyers List1
  • Casein Buyers List2


  • Casein Market Status
  • Irish Dairy Market
  • National Dairy Market
  • Casein Exporters Make Hay Despite SMP Ban
  • Imports of Milk Protein
  • Economic Analysis of Domestic Casein
  • Ukrainian Dairy Market


  • Experimental Intervention For Autism
  • Eating Without Casein-Milk Allergy
  • Global Dairy Food Industry
  • Report of Milk Protein Product
  • International Society of Sports Nutrition Symposium
  • Protein Sequencing and Mass Spectrometer
  • Beta casein A1 and A2 in Milk and
    Human Health
  • ISIS Experimental Report


  • Casein the 'Nicotine' of  Fast Food
  • Beginner's Guide to Using Body Building Supplements
  • Healthy Eating Guidelines
  • Guidelines For Milk Allergy
  • Guidelines For Proteins
  • Casein Care Guidelines

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