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Growing Demand Prompts DMK and Arla Milk Powder Collaboration
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 (1633 reads)


Dairy giants DMK and Arla planning a joint collaboration to ramp up their milk powder production on the back of increasing global demand.



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China Urged to Improve Dairy Output
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 (1737 reads)


China is the world's third-largest dairy producer, but output per cow is just 4.6 tons a year, compared with 9.2 tons in the U.S. and 11.5 tons in Israel. Premier Wen Jiabao is urging the dairy industry and authorities to work together on a plan to boost production, produce quality milk and dairy products and cultivate famous milk and dairy brands that not only dominate the Chinese market, but also take a lead in the world market.



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Study Suggests Dairy Intake Can Help Build Muscle and Lose Belly Fat
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 (1657 reads)


Consumption of dairy products can shift weight loss and aid muscle gain when coupled with dieting and daily exercise, according to new Canadian research.
 



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Arla Targets UK-Based Indian Community with a New Line of Dairy Products
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 (1735 reads)


Arla Foods has launched a range of Indian dairy products following a three-year research and development program.



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Abbott Nutrition Expansion in China Motivated by Demand for Powered Milk
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 (1808 reads)


Abbott Nutrition is investing $23 million to build a new nutrition manufacturing facility in China, representing the company's largest investment in China to date.



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Irelands' Dairy Exports Are at an All-Time
Friday, August 26, 2011 (1603 reads)


According to Teagasc, Ireland’s “highest ever” dairy exports are being aided by the closing price gap between world and EU commodity markets, with full year figures forecast to reach €2bn.



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Glanbia Forecasts Dairy Prices To Weaken Slightly
Thursday, August 25, 2011 (1565 reads)


The Irish dairy and nutritional firm, Glanbia, forecasts a modest weakening in dairy prices as the company posted a profit jump in its half year results. They feel the upward trend in world dairy prices have appeared to have peaked.



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Expensive Exports Puts Strain on Cheese Producers
Thursday, August 25, 2011 (1500 reads)


The National Dairy Association Swiss Milk Producers (SMP) reports that at least five cheese plants in Switzerland have closed in 2011 due to reduced export sales.



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World Dairy Expo Championship Dairy Product Contest Announces Grand Champion Winners
Thursday, August 25, 2011 (1442 reads)


Babcock Hall Dairy Plant from Madison, Wisconsin, was selected as the Cheese and Butter Grand Champion, while Gifford’s Dairy of Skowhegan, Maine, was selected as the Grade A & Ice Cream Grand Champion of the World Dairy Expo (WDE) Championship Dairy Product Contest.



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Milk Rehydrates Kids Better Than Water
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 (1405 reads)


Many children reach for a sports drink or water to rehydrate after vigorous exercise; however, drinking an ice-cold glass of milk has been found to be more effective beverage choice to counter dehydration, according to new research conducted at McMaster University.



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