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Hilmar Ingredients Offers Novel Whey Protein for Clear, Low pH Beverages
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 (1541 reads)

Hilmar Ingredients has launched a new whey protein ingredient offering excellent nutritional profile, solubility and heat stability for transparent, low pH beverage applications.

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Study With Mice Suggests Whey Protein May Cut Metabolic Risk of High-Fat Diet
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 (1263 reads)

Whey protein isolate may slow weight gain and the accumulation of body fat when added to a high fat, suggest new findings from a study with mice.

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Lactalis Buys Sizeable Stake in Parmalat
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 (1303 reads)

Lactalis has acquired a 29 percent share in Parmalat as the Italian government looks into ways of preventing the dairy company from falling into foreign hands.

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Fonterra Reports $293 Million Half Year Profit
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 (1257 reads)

Strong international dairy markets mean 2010/11 is shaping up as one of Fonterra’s best years ever in terms of returns to its farmer shareholders.

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Lobby Group Farmers for Action (FFA) Has Bold Plans for the Milk Market
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 (1274 reads)

Lobby group Farmers for Action (FFA) says its bold plan to build a processing plant to turn liquid milk into powder for export will see British farmers “take control” of the milk marketplace.

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FrieslandCampina Reports Jump in Annual Sales and Profits
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 (1162 reads)

FrieslandCampina has reported a 10 percent increase in annual revenue but the top-line has some way to go before reaching 2008 levels.

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U.S. Milk Production Increased 2% in February
Monday, March 21, 2011 (1193 reads)

U.S. milk production climbed 2 percent in February as rising prices spurred dairy farmers to increase herds and boost per-cow output, according to the Department of Agriculture.

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Arla Foods and DMK Form Whey Processing Partnership
Monday, March 21, 2011 (1255 reads)

The joint venture will buy whey from DMK estimated at more than 700,000 tons annually and convert it into whey protein concentrate and lactose at the new plant. The Whey Protein Concentrate will then be dried at Arla Foods’ plant Danmark Protein.

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Food Radiation in Japan is "A Serious Situation," states the World Health Organization
Monday, March 21, 2011 (1190 reads)

An official with the World Health Organization said radiation detected in food in Japan is "a serious situation." The government banned sales of raw milk from Fukushima prefecture, where a damaged nuclear reactor is located, as well as spinach from a nearby area. More restrictions are expected.

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California Milk is Checked for Radiation
Monday, March 21, 2011 (1438 reads)

Officials in California are monitoring milk for signs of contamination and said no increase has been detected. Dean Foods, the nation's largest dairy processor, has not been directly affected, a spokeswoman said, but the company is working to make sure the dairy industry takes "all appropriate action."

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