Plant or vegetable milk has been consumed for centuries in various cultures, both as a regular drink and as a substitute for dairy milk. The most popular varieties are soy milk, , rice milk, coconut milk and other common nut and grain milk such as almond, walnut, oats, spelt, or rye in daily life . The protein content varies. It contains no lactose or cholesterol, and is usually sold with added calcium and vitamins, especially B12.

Centrifuges and separators play a key role in the industrial production of those milk alternatives. First, The plant or vegetable flour is mashed, adding sufficient water. This results in a creamy mass which is then processed using centrifuges and separators which separate the grain milk from the solid residue.


Plant or Vegtable Milks Sample Processing Line

Plant or Vegetable Milks Sample Processing Line