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American Dairy Products Institute Names Blake Anderson New CEO
Thursday, May 24, 2018 (2295 reads)

The American Dairy Products Institute has announced the appointment of Blake Anderson, as their new chief executive officer. Anderson joins the ADPI after a period of strong growth and significant progress in advancing the strategic goals of the association.  “Blake brings a wealth of leadership, skill, and character into our organization and the ADPI Board and I are confident that he is the right person to build on this momentum,” says Jerry O’Dea, president of ADPI’s board of directors



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ADPI Announces Dairy Protein Messaging Campaign
Friday, November 02, 2018 (1838 reads)

The American Dairy Products Institute (ADPI) is announcing a “pan-industry” campaign to communicate positive and factual information relative to dairy ingredients and specifically dairy proteins.  

ADPI’s Board of Directors recognized a void in the industry’s messaging and communication of dairy protein ingredients in foods and beverages. It commissioned a Task Force comprised of members who volunteered to evaluate the opportunity and recommend an action plan. Padilla and its FoodMinds division were selected to work with the ADPI Task Force to execute a fact-based, integrated strategic digital communications program, known as the Dairy Protein Messaging Initiative or “DPMI”.

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ADPI Releases New Industry Standard for Milk Minerals
Wednesday, May 30, 2018 (2574 reads)

The American Dairy Products Institute (ADPI) is proud to announce that they have recently released a new official ADPI standard for Milk Minerals. As the world's "go-to" authority on dairy ingredients, ADPI is committed to the development of dairy ingredient standards and specifications. 

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The Importance of Lactose Sources in Animal Feeds
Friday, September 22, 2017 (2493 reads)

The sugar lactose is the primary carbohydrate source for neonatal mammals.  Mother’s milk is rich in lactose.  Newborn mammals are enzymatically equipped to digest and utilize the two-ring lactose molecule. There are several species-oriented categories of commercial animal feeds formulated for with lactose sources, including feeds for young: dairy calves, veal calves, piglets, lambs, foals and goat kids.

The lactose sources can be either liquid or dry, depending on the feeding systems. There are several lactose containing ingredients including: dried whey, dried permeate, dried skim milk, WPC, and crystalline lactose monohydrate. The following are major feed types that are formulated with lactose sources:

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Dairy Product Prices Inch Higher as Milk Fats Gain While Milk Powders Fall
Friday, September 08, 2017 (2200 reads)

Dairy product prices edged higher at the Global Dairy Trade auction, rising for the second time in six auctions, as gains in milk fats offset a decline in milk powders. The GDT price index rose 0.3 per cent from the previous auction three weeks ago to $3,323. Some 33,501 tons of product was sold, up from 32,260 tons at the previous auction.

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