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lactase

[′lak‚tās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of lactose to dextrose and galactose.
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Although Hood is best known as the leading dairy marketers in the New England region, it is also a national presence as a result of its agreement with McNeil Nutritionals, the company that makes Lactaid (and also makes the Splenda brand of sweetener).
The Lactaid company seems to have all the bases covered; it not only has drops for treating milk, but it also offers tablets.
In fact, if you are treating your own milk with Lactaid drops, you can use I percent, 1/2 percent, or skim milk with equally good results.
Heritage owns, licenses and co-packs well recognized brands such as Heritage Organic Milk, Heritage Organic Milk with Omega-3 DHA, 8th Continent Soymilk, Kerns Beverages, Heritage Disney Toy Story Chocolate Milk, Lactaid Refrigerated, Rice Dream, Soy Dream, Soup Broths, Protein Drinks & Sports Nutrition Beverages.
Orci currently represents numerous national and international brands that include Brawny, Honda, Lactaid, Splenda, and Verizon Communications.
Hood is the number-one dairy brand in New England, and Hood's portfolio of national and super-regional brands and franchise products includes Kemps, Crowley Foods, LACTAID, Nesquik, Coffee-mate, Stonyfield Farm Organic Milk, Arizona FRESH Iced Tea and others.
Hot prepared foods will be highlighted in the service deli department, while the dairy will feature Lactaid milk, and frozen foods will have an expanded section of Big Deal offerings.
Maritza Fuentes, GNC, OleoMed, Sears, Total Body Scan, and Lactaid.
The new plant will support the Hood brand in the Northeast and the products it manufactures, sells and distributes for national brand partners such as Nestle, Lactaid, Horizon, Organic Cow and Land O' Lakes along the East Coast from Maine to Florida.