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European Commission Forecasts an Increase in the Demand for Dairy Products
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 (1051 reads)


Continued economic and population growth in developing countries will lead to increased demand for dairy products, according to the latest European Commission's forecast for agricultural development.



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3-A SSI Invites Participation in Development of New Food Processing Equipment Design Standard
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 (901 reads)


3-A Sanitary Standards invites participation in the development of a new base or “A-level” standard for the sanitary design, materials of construction, and fabrication techniques of dairy and other food and beverage equipment used to handle, process and package consumable products where a high degree of sanitation is required. The primary purpose of the new document is to help streamline the upkeep of current 3-A Sanitary Standards which are specified for the processing of milk and dairy products.



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China's Dairy Products Import Update
Thursday, January 26, 2012 (1121 reads)


According to the Global Trade Atlas, China imported 85,400 tons of WMP, SMP and whey in December 2011, up 20.6 percent from December 2010. WMP purchases were down 42 percent from December 2010, but SMP and whey imports were each up nearly 80 percent.



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Arla Plans Investments in Dairy Infrastructure and Whey Processing
Thursday, January 26, 2012 (948 reads)


Arla’s Board of Directors has approved the Group’s investment plan for 2012, amounting to $317 million. The investments will primarily aim at improving dairy structure and increasing capacity. In 2012 Arla will invest in a stronger dairy structure, the processing of whey ingredients and more focus on growth markets, with the aim of increasing Arla’s international competitiveness.



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December 2011 Milk Production Report
Thursday, January 26, 2012 (1113 reads)


Milk production in the 23 major states during December 2011 totaled 15.4 billion pounds, up 2.7 percent from December 2010.



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Dairy Will Be a “Key Component” in PepsiCo’s Global Growth Strategy
Thursday, January 26, 2012 (1082 reads)


Pepsico says that the dairy sector is a ‘key component’ in its global growth strategy, and has the potential to post growth more than double that of bakery and chilled processed foods combined.



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Fonterra Upset Over Proposed Changes
Thursday, January 26, 2012 (1132 reads)


Fonterra has attacked proposed changes to raw milk regulations, saying profits will head overseas and it will hinder, rather than help, New Zealanders get access to affordable milk.



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Fonterra Sets Export Milestone
Monday, January 23, 2012 (1290 reads)


Fonterra says it has broken its own record for the highest export month, helping to boost New Zealand's economy by $1.3 billion last month.



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Glanbia Plans to Build Headquarters and Innovation Center in Idaho
Monday, January 23, 2012 (1199 reads)


Glanbia Foods unveiled plans to invest as much as $15 million in a headquarters and innovation center in Twin Falls, Idaho. The three-story office complex and 14,000-square-foot research center, expected to open in March 2013, will bring "100 high-paying jobs downtown," said Jeff Williams, president and CEO. 



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Japanese Dairy Firms to Do Own Fallout Checks
Monday, January 23, 2012 (995 reads)


Certain Japanese dairy companies plan to inspect milk on their own and disclose the findings to the public to help address concerns over radioactive contamination. The effort, led by the Japan Dairy Industry Association, a group of 19 major firms, will be in addition to inspections being conducted by local governments, reported The Japan Times.



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