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University of Delaware Opens Their Own Creamery
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 (1157 reads)


Students at the University of Delaware are learning about all aspects of ice cream production and sales through the UDairy Creamery, which opened earlier this year. Though university creameries were popular in the past, they have been closing since the 1950s, as fewer students pursue dairy careers.



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Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery Bring Cheese Curds to Minnesota State Fair
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 (991 reads)


The Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery provides all the cheese curds used to make the 112,000 pounds of deep-fried cheese curds sold at the Minnesota State Fair. The curds are also sold in supermarkets, and to other state fairs.



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Class III Milk Price Hits an All-Time High
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (1038 reads)


The run on cheese has put the July Class III price at $21.39, the highest price ever.



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Advertising May Increase the Acceptance of Reduced Sodium in Dairy
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (1022 reads)


Consumers are capable of noticing small reductions in salt in dairy foods, and gaining acceptance of reformulated dairy products like cheese may be advanced to advertising the benefits of sodium reduction.



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Milk Powder Prices Slump to Lowest in More Than a Year at Fonterra Auction
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (1043 reads)


Whole-milk powder declined to the lowest in more than a year as escalating concerns that global economic growth may falter reduced demand.



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OpenGate to Acquire Dean Foods' US Dairy Plant
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (1028 reads)


Private equity firm OpenGate is to buy Dean Foods' Waukesha dairy plant that the US giant was previously ordered to put up for sale as a result of a federal antitrust case.



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Abbott to Invest $230 Million to Expand Manufacturing Capacity in China
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (964 reads)


Abbott has announced that it will invest $230 million (USD) to build a state-of-the-art nutrition manufacturing facility in Jiaxing, China. The facility represents Abbott's largest investment in China to date and will manufacture premium powdered milk products for Chinese infants and children.



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Study: Vitamin D Acts As A Protective Agent Against The Advance Of Colon Cancer
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (873 reads)


A study conducted by VHIO researchers confirms that a lack of vitamin D increases the aggressiveness of colon cancer.



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How to Win Yogurt Health Claims: “Keep it Simple”
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (928 reads)


“Keeping it simple and straightforward” is the takeaway message from a new report targeting yogurt makers in search of health claim success within the European Union’s strict new claims regime.



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Sugar Beet Pectin May Boost Whey Protein Emulsion Stability
Thursday, August 18, 2011 (907 reads)


The stability of emulsion formulations may be enhanced by including sugar beet pectin in addition to whey protein, with potential for encapsulation of value-added ingredients, says a new study.
 



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