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Yogurt Proteins Could Stabilize Omega-3 Enrichment
Thursday, July 29, 2010 (1679 reads)

New research suggests that naturally occurring antioxidant peptides could be used to prevent oxidation of omega-3 in functional foods. Research that assessed the feasibility of such enrichment in dairy products found that yogurt with added omega-3 fatty acids are less susceptible to oxidation then milk containing the same amount of omega-3. The new study, reported in the journal Food Chemistry, aimed to investigate the reason for such big differences in oxidative stability, with differences suggested to be due to the different protein composition of milk and yogurt.

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IDFA Disheartened by Codex Processed Cheese Project
Wednesday, July 28, 2010 (1472 reads)

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) has described a decision from the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) to approve recommendations to work on a new standard for processed cheese as “disheartening”.

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Dairy Research Institute Formed to Align Resources, Grow Dairy Research Program
Wednesday, July 28, 2010 (1394 reads)

The launch of the Dairy Research Institute builds upon the unprecedented efforts of dairy producers, processors and manufacturers to work together pre-competitively through the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, formed in 2008.

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Arla Targets Quality Cheese Potential in U.S.
Monday, July 26, 2010 (1570 reads)

Double digit increases in U.S. sales has prompted Arla to expand its dairy in Hollandtown, Wisconsin, with an eye on burgeoning quality cheese market. According to new figures from Rabobank, Arla is the seventh biggest dairy company in the world with sales of €6.19bn in 2009.

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WPC34 and WPC80 Obtain Preliminary USAID Approval
Thursday, July 22, 2010 (1640 reads)

The U.S. dairy industry is a step closer to making food aid ingredient sales a commercial reality. On July 7, the Office of Food for Peace approved the U.S. Dairy Export Council’s (USDEC’s) application for whey protein concentrate 34 and 80 (WPC34 and WPC80) to be used in programs administered by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

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White Paper Identifies Dairy Snacking Potential
Thursday, July 22, 2010 (1591 reads)

Significant potential exists for dairy product innovation in the snack market, according to a new white paper from the Innovation Center for US Dairy. The paper estimates that dairy products make up just 13 percent of snacks eaten between meals, leaving plenty of scope for growth.

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U.S. Milk Production Rose 2.4% in June
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (1553 reads)

U.S. milk production increased 2.4 percent in June as a rise in per-cow output more than made up for a smaller dairy herd, according to the Department of Agriculture.

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Dairy Industry Supports Decision to Carve Up FSA
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (1532 reads)

Dairy UK has given its backing to government plans to narrow the scope of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to food safety and give responsibility for nutrition policy and country of origin labelling (COOL) to government departments.

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Ireland Sees Potential for Big Milk Export Push
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (1547 reads)

Ireland is planning a big increase in milk output once quotas are lifted in 2015 as the government places food at the heart of an export led growth strategy.

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USDA Announces DEIP Allocations For 2010 - 2011
Sunday, July 18, 2010 (1724 reads)

The U.S. Department of Agriculture this week announced new one-year allocations under the Dairy Export Incentive Program ( DEIP) for the July-June 2010/11 year. DEIP allocations of 68,201 metric tons of nonfat dry milk, 21,097 tons of butterfat and 3,030 tons of various cheeses may be made available through Invitations for Offers.

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