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American Dairy Products Institute and American Butter Institute Host Another Outstanding Annual Conference
Friday, April 30, 2010 (1563 reads)

The 2010 ADPI/ABI Annual Conference attracted just under 700 manufacturers, marketers and suppliers of manufactured dairy products from 16 different countries. Participants gathered for several days in Chicago, IL to hear prominent industry and government representatives discuss the state of the dairy industry and to network at the unique conference “where the dairy industry does business”.

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George E. Hutson 2010 ADPI Award of Merit Recipient
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (2115 reads)

The American Dairy Products Institute (ADPI) is pleased to announce George E. Hutson as the 2010 Recipient of the Award of Merit. The Award of Merit was established in 1991 to recognize individuals who have made a significant difference in the processed dairy products industry.

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Cassie Tegeler Named ADPI’s 2010 Jim Page Memorial Scholarship Recipient
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (1661 reads)

The American Dairy Products Institute announced the second annual 2010 Jim Page Memorial Scholarship recipient, Cassie Tegeler, at the 2010 ADPI/ABI Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois. Tegeler’s father, Tom, is an employee of Swiss Valley Farms Dairy Cooperative in Davenport, Iowa.

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NMPF Renews Effort to Have Federal Government Enforce Proper Use of Dairy Terms
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (1452 reads)

A decade after it first asked the federal Food and Drug Administration to crack down on the misappropriation of dairy terminology on imitation milk products, the National Milk Producers Federation has sent another petition to the FDA, asserting that the practice has gotten worse in the past 10 years.

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Fonterra Expects Double-Digit Growth in Africa, Middle East
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (1507 reads)

Andrew Ferrier, chief executive officer of Fonterra, said he anticipates "good, solid double-digit growth" in the Middle East and Africa as populations increase and consumers seek healthy products. He said the region accounts for about 10% of global revenues.

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Land O'Lakes Cheese Plant to Close; 80 Jobs Lost
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (2453 reads)

Minnesota-based dairy processor Land O' Lakes is closing its cheese plant in Tulare and laying off 80 employees. The competition for milk among the region's larger dairy processors played a role in the company's decision, milk industry officials said.

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FDA and Consumers are at Odds Over Raw Milk Consumption
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (1675 reads)

The issue of raw-milk consumption has sparked a debate between regulators and scientists who warn about its potential health threats and consumers who want to have the liberty to choose whether to take the risk. The interstate sale of unpasteurized milk is banned by the Food and Drug Administration, but states regulate its sale within their boundaries. Raw-milk sales have already been legalized in 27 states under certain conditions, and similar measures are pending in Wisconsin and Georgia.

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New TIC Stabilisers Target Healthier Dairy Drinks
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (1788 reads)

TIC Gums has developed three stabilizers to give a creamier, thicker texture to protein fortified beverages and dairy drinks. Designed to improve texture by providing a thick, mouth coating feel, the new blends are targeting a new generation of healthier dairy and protein drinks.

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New Spray-Drying Tower to Help Arla Exploit Latin Opportunities
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (1552 reads)

Arla Foods Ingredients has inaugurated a spray-drying tower in Argentina as the company looks to invest in South America and add value to its whey processing by-products.

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Tetra Pak Underlines Cost Saving Potential of Consulting Service
Thursday, April 29, 2010 (1638 reads)

Tetra Pak has claimed that its Operational Cost Reduction (OCR) program for dairy and juice firms cuts the cost of running a packaging line by an average of 12 percent.

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