LEUC-1 is a concentrated lactic acid bacteria for direct inoculation of milk. This product is intended for use in nonfat and low-fat sour cream, cottage cheese dressing, buttermilk, and open-textured cheeses. The This product culture produces a moderate amount of gas (CO₂), which is typical of leuconostoc. It is commonly used in combination with additional acid-producing cultures to create a complete culture system.

Supplied By: DSM Food Specialties

Product Code: F05756

Regional Availability: Canada

Labeling Claims: Halal, Kosher, Non-GMO

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    Identification & Functionality

    Features & Benefits

    Labeling Claims
    Food Ingredients Features

    Applications & Uses


    Physical Form
    Off-white to brown frozen starter as a free-flowing granular

    Regulatory & Compliance

    Certifications & Compliance
    Regulatory Information

    DSM cultures are legally manufactured for DSM Food Specialties B.V. according to production recommendations and sanitary measures as defined in the local applicable regulations. Local legislation should however be consulted before use of product. The product does not contain components or admixtures injurious to the health of the consumer. It is fit for food application.

    Packaging & Availability

    Packaging Type
    Regional Availability
    • Canada
    Packaging Information


    • Available in different packaging sizes, please contact our sales representative for more information.
    • Frozen culture pellets are sealed in pouches.
    • The culture blend is packed in sachets grouped in cardboard box or plastic bag.

    Transport conditions: All sachets are shipped in polystyrene boxes with dry ice to ensure optimum quality.

    Storage & Handling

    Storage and Shelf Life Conditions

    Storage & Shelf-life:

    • This product should be stored in the original sealed packaging.
    • The recommended storage temperature is - 45 °C (-49 °F)
    • Kept in the original packaging under the recommended storage condition, the product has an optimal shelf life of 12 months from the date of packaging.