But Dr George Chen from the University of Melbourne and a recent finalist in the Fresh Science competition has created a way he can harvest these as ingredients for making baby formula, energy bars, drinks and desserts. When Greek yogurt is produced, a large amount of runny liquid called acid whey i...

But Dr George Chen from the University of Melbourne and a recent finalist in the Fresh Science competition has created a way he can harvest these as ingredients for making baby formula, energy bars, drinks and desserts. When Greek yogurt is produced, a large amount of runny liquid called acid whey is produced as a by-product.

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