Enprocal FAQs

Below is a list of some of our most frequently asked questions. If you can’t find your question, please contact us.

Enprocal is made in Victoria, the largest milk-producing state in Australia.

Enprocal should be stored in a cool and dry environment, away from direct sunlight.

The best before date is located on the base and is safe to use up until this date. It is recommended that Enprocal be used within 4 weeks of opening.

Yes. Enprocal can be added to hot or cold drinks.

For hot drinks you will need to allow it to cool a little before adding Enprocal. This will prevent it from threading due to the high protein content.

Enprocal is not recommended for carbonated drinks, but is suitable for juices, tea, coffee, smoothies and milkshakes. We recommend you review the Recipe page for suggestions on how to use Enprocal.

Yes. Enprocal can be added to a wide variety of soft foods such as apple sauce, pudding or yogurt.

Enprocal can also be added to muffins, pikelets, scones, soups and casseroles. We recommend you review the Recipe page for suggestions on how to use Enprocal.

Yes. Most fresh food cooked under high temperatures will result in it’s nutritional content being altered. Enprocal’s nutritional content will remain largely unchanged under normal cooking conditions.

Food and drinks fortified with Enprocal have a lighter appearance in colour due to the product composition.

Adding Enprocal to high temperature cooking can make the mixture curdle or thready due to its high dairy-based protein. The quality and taste are not affected and there are no health or safety concerns if this happens.

We recommend allowing soup-based meals to cool down before adding in Enprocal to prevent this from happening.

Enprocal is designed for adult use only. Please consult a Healthcare professional for use with children under the age of 12.

Enprocal is designed to be versatile and is therefore neutral in flavour.

Enprocal can be mixed with almost any food/drink type and works well with both sweet and savoury foods.

Yes. Enprocal is gluten free.

A single serve (35g) of Enprocal contains almost 400mg calcium.

There is 20mg of Vitamin C per 35g serve.

No. Enprocal is a food supplement and is not designed as a meal replacement.

No. Enprocal contains milk and is not recommended for people who are lactose intolerant or allergic to milk.

No, as all the sugar is from lactose in the dairy.

Enprocal is a milk-based product. It is suitable for vegetarians but not vegans.

Enprocal is not a therapeutic product and is therefore not designed to address this specific condition. However, its high level of protein, particularly whey protein (commonly used by athletes and body builders) may help retain muscle mass when combined with weight bearing or resistance exercise.

Yes from local and imported ingredients.