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Study Uncovers Differences Between Organic and Conventional Milk
Thursday, January 20, 2011 (1224 reads)

A new study published in the Journal of Dairy Science suggests that organic supermarket milk may offer a better nutritional profile than conventional milk.

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3-A SSI Opens Nominations for 2011 Volunteer Service Awards
Thursday, January 20, 2011 (1136 reads)

3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. (3-A SSI) announces the opening of nominations for its 2011 Volunteer Service Awards program to recognize the extraordinary dedication and commitment of individuals who contribute to the development of voluntary standards and the mission of 3-A SSI. 

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Glanbia Confirms Outlook Despite Irish Economic Woes
Thursday, January 20, 2011 (1155 reads)

Glanbia has reiterated its strong outlook for full year profits despite the poor performance of its US cheese and Irish consumer businesses.

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Kerry Sells Dawn Dairies Milk Business to Glanbia
Thursday, January 20, 2011 (1386 reads)

Kerry Group has sold off its liquid milk business, Dawn Dairies, to rival Irish dairy company Glanbia.

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New Applications for Dairy Product Solids
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 (1923 reads)

Facing expensive corn and corn derivatives, combined with high prices for whey, sugar, and even cocoa, food researchers and purchasing managers may find an acceptable substitute in whey permeate products.  Over the past 24 months, Proliant Dairy has successfully completed several application research studies demonstrating the ability of Proliant's VersiLac® to replace 100% of whey powder in applications like brownies, pizza crust, ice cream, and cheese sauce, just to name a few.

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India’s Milk Production Expected to Reach Record Numbers in 2011
Monday, January 17, 2011 (1126 reads)

India’s milk output is expected to touch 121.5 million tons in the current year, translating into a growth of 4% vis-à-vis the previous year, according to a US Department of Agriculture (USDA) report. “India’s milk production in 2010 is expected at 117 metric tons and is forecast to increase approximately 4% to a record 121.5 metric tons in 2011, reflecting a near normal monsoon,” the USDA said in the report.

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China’s Battle Against Melamine Tainted Milk Continues
Monday, January 17, 2011 (1187 reads)

With almost 100 people currently in custody and thousands of tons of contaminated product seized in China over the last six months, melamine tainted milk powder is a problem that just will not go away for Beijing. The State Council’s Food Safety Commission announced January 13, 2011, that since July 2010 it had recovered 2,132 tons of milk powder laced with the industrial chemical.

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Irish Export Boom Led by Dairy Products and Ingredients
Monday, January 17, 2011 (1203 reads)

Strong dairy product and ingredient exports drove an 11% increase in the value of Irish food and drink exports during 2010, according to a new government report.

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Exports on Pace for Record Volume in 2010
Friday, January 14, 2011 (1219 reads)

USDA/ FAS data released this week showed that U.S. suppliers exported 125,610 tons of powders, whey, lactose, cheese and butterfat in November 2010. This volume is down 8% from the October 2010, but still up 28% from a year ago.

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Arla Foods to Produce Lactose-free Dairy Products with Real Milk Taste
Thursday, January 13, 2011 (1352 reads)

Lactose-intolerant consumers around the world may soon be able to obtain the dairy nutrition they need from lactose-free products with a real milk taste. Arla Foods Ingredients has created the opportunity with a new license package aimed at giving international dairy companies access to patented lactose-free process technology.


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