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European Cheese Makers Free of UK Supply Fears
Thursday, July 31, 2008 (2022 reads)

European cheese makers will escape increased pricing for their goods faced their UK counterparts as a result of more secure milk supplies, says a leading industry expert.

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Study Plays Up Skimmed Milk Sports Hydration Boost
Thursday, July 31, 2008 (2657 reads)

Skimmed milk may become an unlikely new secret weapon within an athlete's kit bag, with new research linking the product to a beneficial effect on preventing dehydration after a workout.

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Commericial Creamery Mixes It Up To Freshen Business
Thursday, July 31, 2008 (3169 reads)

Commercial Creamery Co. hopes to take advantage of a stagnant economy that it believes will cause people to stay home and snack rather than dine out.

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Danisco Aims To Milk Probiotic Immune System Benefits
Thursday, July 31, 2008 (1701 reads)

Danisco is launching a new protobiotic fortification for milk products in North America, which targets the market for immune-boosting children's products.

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Irish Manufacturers Pledge Milk Innovation Commitment
Friday, July 25, 2008 (2155 reads)

Some of the leading players in the Irish dairy industry are taking part in a major investment program designed to help develop a new generation of milk-derived functional ingredients to compete with international rivals.

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CLA Achieves US Approval For Use in Foods
Friday, July 25, 2008 (2296 reads)

Lipid Nutrition has confirmed its Clarinol conjugated linolenic acid ingredient has received approval by the US regulator to be used as an ingredient in certain foods and beverages in that country, a move that comes as the firm continues to anticipate the equivalent approval in the EU market.

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Cheese, A Versatile Powerhouse
Friday, July 25, 2008 (2139 reads)

The versatility of cheese as a snack, appetizer, or ingredient is keeping the product popular, according to a new Nielsen study. At an average price per pound of $4.48, cheese costs more than chicken, but compares well price-wise with other meat and seafood choices as a protein source, despite its large price rise this year.

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UK Milk Production Slide Expected to Flow into 2009
Wednesday, July 16, 2008 (1811 reads)

Declining milk production in the UK will continue into next year, according to reports. According to an article in The Scotsman, milk supplies, which recently hit a 37-year low, will drop again towards the end of 2008, and stay low next year.

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Low-fat Dairy Again Linked to Healthier Hearts
Wednesday, July 16, 2008 (1970 reads)

A healthy lifestyle should include low-fat dairy products to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) associated with poor kidney function, suggests new research from the US.

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Powder Exports At All-Time High In May
Wednesday, July 16, 2008 (2057 reads)

NDM/SMP exports hit a record-high 101.9 million lbs. in May, up 85.7% from a year go, according to USDA/FAS trade data. The previous high of 01.1 million lbs. was established in August 1986. Exports accounted for 58% of U.S. NDM/SMP production in May – considerably higher than the 41% average of the previous 4 years.

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