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Milk Link on Verge of Creamery Sale
Thursday, September 18, 2008 (1364 reads)

UK cooperative Milk Link is in talks with French food and dairy group Andros to sell off one of its creameries in Somerset, England, in a bid to concentrate on its ingredient operations.

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Hansen Targets Probiotic Cheese Market
Thursday, September 18, 2008 (1499 reads)

Chr Hansen is refining its probiotic offerings with the intention of making cheese ‘the new yoghurt’ as a user-friendly, efficiacious probiotic medium.

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Global Growth Potential Lies in Milk and Water Drinks - Report
Tuesday, September 16, 2008 (1367 reads)

Global consumption of bottled water and milk-based drinks continues to rise amidst burgeoning demand in Asia, despite a number of challenges facing both industries.

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Major Japanese Dairy, Confectionery Companies to Merge
Saturday, September 13, 2008 (1474 reads)

Meiji Dairies Corp., Japan's biggest dairy company, and confectionery maker Meiji Seika Kaisha Ltd. said they will merge, creating the nation's second-largest foodmaker as ingredient costs rise.

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Malawi Wants to Boost Domestic Dairy Production
Saturday, September 13, 2008 (1403 reads)

Malawi plans to increase investment in the dairy industry to boost the sector's competitiveness in the southern African region, a senior agricultural ministry official said on Wednesday.

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DSM Claims Higher Heat, Bigger Yield Cheese Advance
Friday, September 12, 2008 (1313 reads)

The manufacturer of a new peptide-based processing aid for cheese production claims its product can provide improved yields for dairy groups without compromising product texture or quality.

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Authorities Play Down Italian Cheese Scandal Fears
Thursday, September 11, 2008 (1335 reads)

As another scandal involving Italian cheese production hit the headlines, authorities in the country claim there is no danger to the public from their products and consumer protection has not been compromised.

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Wisconsin Milk Production Could Exceed Plant Capacity
Thursday, September 11, 2008 (2068 reads)

America's Dairyland could overflow its own milk capacity within the next few years, according to projections in a report prepared by the University of Wisconsin's Bob Cropp.

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Land O'Lakes to Supply Green Meadows
Thursday, September 11, 2008 (1957 reads)

Green Meadows Foods, LLC and the Dairy Foods-Industrial Division of Land O’Lakes, Inc. have entered into a long-term milk supply agreement.  The new partnership was announced by Sjerp Ysselstein, president of Green Meadows Foods.

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A Fatty Acid May Help Your Body Burn Fat
Thursday, September 11, 2008 (1349 reads)

Can a fat help you lose weight? Conjugated linoleic acid, or CLA, is a fatty acid that is sold in capsule form and is now also being added to foods. Companies that sell CLA say daily consumption can help your body burn fat and boost your muscle mass. A number of clinical studies support that claim, but some scientists say more research is needed.

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