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Study Claims Milk Fat Can Help Eliminate Choclate Fat Bloom
Monday, November 30, 2009 (1966 reads)

Replacing some of the cocoa butter with milk fat can control fat bloom in chocolate, according to new research from Canada.

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Synergy Sensory Study Tackles Protein Problems
Monday, November 30, 2009 (1817 reads)

Synergy Flavors has commissioned a sensory research program at North Carolina State University to examine how dairy proteins affect taste perception, with the aim of diminishing undesirable flavors.

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Study Reports Dairy Beats Soy for Inflammation Improvements
Monday, November 30, 2009 (1630 reads)

A dairy-rich diet may reduce levels of inflammatory and oxidative markers in overweight and obese people, says a new study from the US.

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DSM Launches Enzymatic Whey Whitener
Monday, November 30, 2009 (2006 reads)

DSM has developed a new fungal peroxidase that can whiten whey without the use of harsh chemicals, and avoiding off-tastes and protein irregularities.

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3-A SSI Introduces New ‘Buyer Beware’ Resource
Tuesday, November 24, 2009 (1651 reads)

3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. (3-A SSI) announces a new on-line resource to help processors, consumers, equipment specifiers and others identify equipment sellers that make false or misleading claims of conforming to the sanitary design or fabrication criteria of 3-A Symbol authorization. The new resource, ‘Buyer Beware: False or Misleading Claims’, lists companies and marketing web sites that feature misleading or false information about the sanitary design of products used widely in dairy and other food processing applications.

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DAVISCO and MEGGLE Announce Joint Venture for the Production of Pharmaceutical Lactose
Tuesday, November 24, 2009 (1541 reads)

DAVISCO will expand their existing lactose production at the Le Sueur facility to accommodate additional production lines for the production of pharmaceutical lactose utilizing state-of-the-art processing technology.

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Dairy Product Decision Looms
Friday, November 20, 2009 (1472 reads)

Advocates for farmers cheered when Congress approved a $350 million aid package last month for dairy producers. But a simple purchasing decision by the U.S. Department of Agriculture could determine how much help farmers actually receive. The USDA must decide in the coming weeks how to spend the $60 million Congress set aside for government purchases of dairy products. Farm groups and dairy state lawmakers are pushing for all of that money to be spent on cheese, which would quickly boost the price farmers are paid for milk. Milk processors, looking to blunt the price increases, would like to see the government buy yogurt and other products that don't correlate as closely to milk prices.

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Whey Protein Open Doors to Low-Fat Fried Chicken
Friday, November 20, 2009 (2226 reads)

Including whey proteins in the batter for fried chicken may reduce the uptake of fat into the finished product by up to 30 percent, says a new study.

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ADPI Comments on Pending Food Safety Legislation
Thursday, November 19, 2009 (1621 reads)

In a response to an inquiry today from the Cheese Market News, the American Dairy Products Institute issued the following comments regarding the proposed the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009, which was approved yesterday by a unanimous vote of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.  "ADPI supports efforts to improve the overall safety of the U.S. food supply, but it should be noted that the dairy industry has one of the best safety records in the food industry. Pasteurized dairy products account for less than 1% of all reported food contamination outbreaks," remarked Dale Kleber, Chief Executive Officer of the American Dairy Products Institute.  

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USDA/AMS Looking To Amend The Regulations of the U.S. Standards for Condition of Food Containers
Thursday, November 19, 2009 (1411 reads)

USDA/AMS wants to amend the regulations governing the U.S. Standards for Condition of Food Containers. The revisions are necessary in order to provide standards that reflect current industry practices.

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