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Dairy Australia Releases September 2013 Production Reports
Thursday, October 31, 2013 (1047 reads)

Dairy Australia’s September 2013 monthly production report posted a 3.5% milk production decrease from a year ago as well as a 7.7% in Whole Milk Powder production. The latest monthly production and sales summary reports that were recent released provide analyses on current dairy industry conditions, and the outlook for key drivers that affect dairy operations and profits.

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Arla’s New Ingredient Provides A Protein Boost For Dairy Products
Thursday, October 31, 2013 (1059 reads)

Arla Foods Ingredients (AFI) has unveiled the latest addition to its Nutrilac range – a whey protein ingredient designed to overcome the viscosity issues experienced when increasing the protein content of standard spoonable yogurt and yogurt drinks.

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China's Soaring Demand For UHT Milk Offers Opportunity for U.S. Processors
Thursday, October 31, 2013 (2214 reads)

China’s soaring demand for ultra high temperature pasteurized milk offers an export opportunity for U.S. suppliers, and U.S. Dairy Export Council is ready to help processors capture UHT milk market, which has a shelf life of six to nine months.

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U.S. Exported 69% of NDM/SMP Produced In August
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 (1088 reads)

According to the latest USDEC “U.S. Exports” report, total exports for the month of August were valued at $614 million up 45% from a year ago.  The United States exported 69% of the NDM/SMP produced, 6.7% of its cheese and 14.5% of its butterfat. 

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Price of Milk Hinges on Farm Bill Negotiations
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 (1059 reads)

Congress is expected to negotiate a farm bill this week, after placing it on the back burner for two years. Support for the dairy industry expires at year-end, and the price of milk might skyrocket if legislation is not finished in time. 

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Challenges Facing U.S. Dairy Exporters In The Coming Year
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 (1146 reads)

Record growth among U.S. dairy exporters may be challenged in 2014 by growth in the world's milk supply; an increase in Chinese demand for whole milk powder and the world's response; a potential final agreement on a Transpacific Partnership among the U.S., Japan and Canada and an increase in international demand and price for whey.

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Arla Foods Ingredients to Launch Protein Water Beverage Concept
Monday, October 28, 2013 (1117 reads)

Scandinavian dairy producer, Arla Foods Ingredients is set to unveil a new protein water beverage concept in November at the Food Ingredients Europe 2013 show. Protein Water contains a high quality whey protein isolate and has been developed as a prototype product which will be pitched to key soft-drink companies.

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Proliant Dairy Ingredients Launches New Website
Monday, October 28, 2013 (1157 reads)

ADPI member Proliant Dairy Ingredients is proud to announce the launch of a new website, featuring an easy-to-navigate design with updated company information.

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Yogurt Producer To Open $50 Million Facility In Arizona
Thursday, October 24, 2013 (1833 reads)

Vermont-based yogurt producer Ehrmann Commonwealth Dairy will expand its operations this month with the opening of a new $50 million facility in Casa Grande, Arizona. The 100,000-square-foot dairy will help the company to better serve its West Coast customers and provides the company with "the infrastructure to launch multiple innovative new products under the global Ehrmann brand commencing in January 2014," Ehrmann CEO Thomas Moffitt said.

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Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory "Weeks Away' From Takeover Call
Thursday, October 24, 2013 (1006 reads)

At the Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Annual General meeting held October 24, 2013, Chairman Terry Richardson told more than 400 shareholders and milk suppliers to the Victorian dairy processor takeover target, that it may be several weeks before its board makes a final recommendation on which of the three rival offers to accept.

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