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Campus Box 7624 Raleigh North Carolina United States

The SDFRC is a collection of experienced and accomplished scientists working in research areas prioritized nationally by industrial surveys. These areas include milk and whey ingredient functionality, thermal and biological processing, sensory properties of cheese and dairy ingredients, dairy food safety, and microbial technologies for starter cultures and probiotics. SDFRC areas of research emphasis: - Flavor adjuncts - Functional foods, probiotics - Ingredient functionaliity, whey proteins - Microbial safety - Quality - Starter cultures - Food Safety
Babcock Hall Rm 245 1605 Linden Drive Madison Wisconsin

The Center for Dairy Research (CDR), supported by dairy farmer check off dollars, is located  within a licensed, operating dairy plant on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. A full service dairy research center with more than 30 researchers and scientists, CDR offers solution based research backed by experience, passion and tradition.  Its expertise is in five main areas: cheese, dairy ingredients, cultured products and beverages, quality/safety, and dairy processing. Each of these areas are in turn supported by expertise in research, sensory, analytical, training, commercialization and outreach. CDR brings research to life for the dairy and food industry.
1032 Bay Beach Road Green Bay Wisconsin USA

Tosca, a market leader in reusable containers, develops packaging and supply chain solutions for dairy, protein, and produce to improve product quality and reduce waste.  Tosca’s suite of services includes: managing, renting/leasing, washing, and reconditioning and/or repairing 640 cheese containers, bulk bins and handheld reusable containers for the perishable industry.  
2101 Wilson Blvd. - Suite 400 Arlington Virginia USA

The U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) is a non-profit, independent membership organization that represents the global trade interests of U.S. dairy producers, proprietary processors and cooperatives, ingredient suppliers and export traders.  Its mission is through analysis and collaboration, enhance demand for U.S. dairy products and ingredients by securing access and assisting suppliers to meet market needs that facilitate sales. USDEC accomplishes these goals through market development programs that seek to: Build overseas demand for U.S. dairy products Resolve market access barriers Advance the industry's trade policy goals USDEC activities are supported by staff across the United States and overseas in Mexico, South America, Asia, Middle East and Europe. USDEC is funded primarily by the dairy promotion check-off program. It also receives export activity support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS). Membership dues fund the trade policy and lobbying activities of the Council.
110 Charlotte Place Englewood Cliffs New Jersey United States
800-879-8488 / 201-569-0800

With more than 60 years of experience exporting food and feed products, VITUSA CORP. has become a respected and reliable partner. Utilizing a professional network of supply, technical support and end user connection, has made us a leading provider of raw materials and solutions to industries worldwide.  Our product list includes, but not limited:   •          Whole Milk Powder (Regular & Instant) •          Skim / Nonfat Milk Powder (LH, MH, HH) •          Whey Powder/permeate •          Milk Protein Concentrate (MPC ) 56,% 70% & 80% •          Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC) 34% & 80% •          Non-Dairy / Coffee Creamer •          Anhydrous Milk Fat (AMF) •          Buttermilk Powder  •          Butter (salted & unsalted) •          Lactose   
3300 S. Demaree Visalia California

Agricultural Knowledge, Experience, and Commitment Wells Fargo has been the nation's leading agricultural lender among commercial banks for 18 consecutive years.  Unmatched industry expertise We understand business cycles and seasonality, and how they affect your bottom line. Our food and agribusiness bankers work closely with livestock farmers; fisheries; vegetable, fruit, and nut growers; grain merchandisers; food processors; greenhouse nurseries, and timber growers and processors. We also provide resources to help you manage risk.  Our economists and risk managers track commodity prices, interest rates, and equity markets.
8383 Greenway Blvd Middleton Wicsonsin USA
(608) 836-3336

Wisconsin Dairy Products Assn. is the only Wisconsin trade association that represents all segments of the dairy industry. Our processor member companies (both cooperative and proprietary) process fluid milk, cheese, butter, ice cream, yogurt, dried milk and dried whey, as well as market fluid milk, package cheese and distribute a wide variety of dairy products. Our associate members are companies which provide supplies and services to the dairy industry. WDPA members are responsible for 80% of the milk and dairy products marketed in Wisconsin. WDPA's primary goal is to represent its members in the formation and adoption of rules and regulations pertaining to the dairy products industry. The association also provides educational opportunities for its members to improve their business operations. Wisconsin Dairy Products Assn. continually strives to improve the business climate for its members in order to assist them in achieving their profit goals.
3040 West Wisconsin Avenue Appleton Wicsonsin USA
800-236-3565 / 920-734-9924

Headquartered in Appleton, Wis., WOW is a nationally recognized leader in the third-party logistics (3PL) industry. As an expert in storing and handling food-grade products, WOW is the only 3PL in the U.S. that has all refrigerated warehouses audited by ASI at the food processor level and consistently scored above 90 percent. WOW’s leadership position also carries into Trade Financing. The company is one of the world’s largest private financers of dairy products and has extended the program into paper and other inventory items. WOW maintains a total of 6 million square feet of warehouse space, including 22 million cubic feet of refrigerated area, throughout 20 locations in two states. It also offers build-to-suit options, transportation management, and a variety of value-added services.
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