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Study Favors Dairy Calcium over Fortification for Bone Boost
Thursday, April 30, 2009 (1867 reads)


New industry-funded research suggests that calcium from dairy products can help ensure stronger bones that when derived from fortified, non-milk based goods.



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Arla Develops Skimmed Milk Powder Substitute for Meat
Thursday, April 30, 2009 (2082 reads)


Arla Foods Ingredients has introduced a new milk protein designed to replace skimmed milk powder in meat formulations, which it claims offers better texture for less cost.



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First Whey Form Meets Sports Testing Standards
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 (2274 reads)


UK whey-based performance nutrition specialist, Volac, has become the first raw ingredients supplier to meet the stringent requirements of testing program, Informed-Sport.



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Glanbia "Collaboration Center" Targets More Customer Involvement
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 (1847 reads)


Glanbia Nutritionals has opened a new R&D facility and pilot plant in Idaho, which will allow closer collaboration with customers on the development of nutritional products, as well as speed up delivery of prototypes. 



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PepsiCo Sees Growth in Snacks and Dairy
Wednesday, April 22, 2009 (2199 reads)


PepsiCo Inc sees opportunities for dairy products and snacks to help it weather the economic slowdown that is hammering its domestic beverage business.



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Chinese Dairy Launches New Milk Powder Products
Wednesday, April 22, 2009 (2141 reads)


The Chinese dairy that bought the company at the heart of a tainted milk scandal that sickened hundreds of thousands of children has launched a new line of milk powder products, state media reported.



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Fonterra Expects Milk Powder Inventories Will Fall
Monday, April 20, 2009 (2087 reads)


Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd. expects to reduce milk powder inventories amid increased demand from China, the New Zealand Herald reported, citing Chairman Henry van der Heyden.



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3-A SSI Issues Guidance on Commercial Display of The 3-A Symbol
Monday, April 20, 2009 (1802 reads)


3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. (3-A SSI) has released special guidance for marketers of equipment built to 3-A Sanitary Standards on the proper display of the 3-A Symbol.  The guidance is intended to provide practical advice for equipment marketers, such as representatives and distributors and others, on the promotion of 3-A Symbol licensed equipment.



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Milk Glut Hurts California Dairy Finances
Friday, April 17, 2009 (2062 reads)


Drink up – milk prices are expected to stay low through summer as the dairy business struggles with a glut. The price farmers get for their milk will rise nearly a dime May 1, pushing up minimum retail prices by roughly the same amount.


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Land O'Lakes Closing Wisconsin Butter Plant
Friday, April 17, 2009 (2977 reads)


Land O'Lakes will close Madison Dairy in Wisconsin and move the butter-making function to other facilities around the country. It was the largest butter-production plant in the Midwest when Land O'Lakes purchased it in 2000.



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