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Whey and Lactose Markets Keep Growing - Protein Trend Strongly Affecting Whey Protein Consumption
Wednesday, August 27, 2014 (2706 reads)

The new WHEY BOOK 2014 on whey and lactose products from 3A Business Consulting demonstrates, how whey and lactose ingredients continue to show much higher growth rates in volume and value terms, than the general food and food ingredients market, despite the state of the world economy. The WHEY BOOK 2014 covers the global market in terms of whey production, trade and demand.

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CWT Assists with 2 Million Pounds of Cheese Export Sales
Friday, August 22, 2014 (621 reads)

Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) has accepted 6 requests for export assistance to sell 1.964 million pounds (891 metric tons) of Cheddar and Gouda cheese, to customers in Asia, Europe and the Middle East. 

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China WMP Imports Slow in July
Friday, August 22, 2014 (802 reads)

China's whole milk powder imports have slowed to post its lowest growth rate this year but are still well above year ago levels. In July, WMP import volumes were 16% higher than a year ago. For the first six months this year, WMP import volumes grew by an average of 79%.  The slowdown in imports is consistent with lower recent demand from China. The trend also matches the typically seasonal buying curve.

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GDT: Consultation On Two Rule Change Proposals
Friday, August 22, 2014 (694 reads)

GlobalDairyTrade proposes to make two changes affecting the information provided on the Bidding and Information Websites.


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Saputo Cheese USA Recognized For Sustainability
Friday, August 22, 2014 (796 reads)

Saputo Cheese USA has received a bronze Sustainability Star Award from Sonoco Recycling for its environmental practices, including reducing landfill waste. The company's facility in Tulare, Calif., "has consistently diverted more than 90% of their waste throughout 2014 while still maintaining food safety best practices," Sonoco Recycling President Rodger Fuller said. 

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Saputo Tells Warrnambool Farmers to Boost Herds, Production
Friday, August 22, 2014 (798 reads)

Australian dairy farmers that produce milk for Warrnambool Cheese & Butter will be asked this week by Saputo chief Lino Saputo to expand their herds and increase production for the company, as it expects to grow under the consolidated leadership of the Canadian dairy company. 

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Chicago Prices Defy World Market Levels
Friday, August 22, 2014 (878 reads)

FC Stone dairy broker Dave Kurzawski spoke out in last Friday's (August 15th) DairyLine stating that incredible cash prices being seen in Chicago and continue to defy world markets levels. He also stated that that domestic demand for cheese and butter is still very strong and may continue for some time as the price for block cheese continues to climb for the week ending August 22nd - up 6 cents from last Thursday with the highest levels since April 28, and barrels up 6 1/4-cents. Butter also continues to thrive after skyrocking 16 cents last Thursday, to $2.66 per pound, it climbed another 10 cents to a new high for 2014 of $2.76 this Thursday and very well may be on it's way to breaking the all time record of $2.81 set in September 1998.

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Chinese Milk Imports To Increase 75% By 2020
Friday, August 22, 2014 (853 reads)

According to the newly released Agrifax China Dairy Report 2014 Chinese milk imports will  see a 75% increase by 2020. "By 2020, China will need to import the equivalent of 20 billion liters of milk to compensate for the shortage in its own milk supply - 75% more than was imported in 2013," author Susan Kilsby, Agrifax senior dairy economist said.

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Idaho Dairy Exports Up 52%
Thursday, August 21, 2014 (864 reads)

Idaho's dairy exports are on a fast track in the first half of 2014, outpacing the same period a year earlier by 52 percent. Cheese topped the list of dairy exports for the first time followed by dry milk, whey, butter, and lactose. 

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U.S. Milk Production Gushes in July
Thursday, August 21, 2014 (753 reads)

U.S. milk production gushed in July rising to 17.5 billion pounds, a gain of 3.9% over the prior year, according to the latest USDA’s Milk Production report. Seasonally, however, July’s output is 2.5% less than June’s on a daily average basis. 

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