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New $12 Million Cold Milk Separation Facility Slated For New York
Monday, September 23, 2013 (818 reads)

Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) and Craigs Station Ventures have partnered to construct a new $12m cold milk separation facility in York, New York. The proposed cold milk separation facility will be spread over an area of about 14,000ft and is expected to process approximately one million pounds of milk every day, with a potential to increase to two million pounds. 

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Tetra Pak Offers New Whey Filtration System Perfect For Small and Medium Sized Dairies
Monday, September 23, 2013 (724 reads)

ADPI member Tetra Pak, has launched a new filtration system that helps small and medium sized dairies extract value out of whey. This standardized filtration solution is available in five different sizes, is easy to install and costs about 30% less than the customized alternatives.

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US Milk Production Up 2.7 Percent in August
Monday, September 23, 2013 (688 reads)

August milk production in the 23 major producing states totaled 15.7 billion pounds, according to USDA’s preliminary data in the September 19th Milk Production report.

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GlobalDairyTrade Celebrates Its 100th Auction
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (774 reads)

The 100th successful auction marks a coming of age for the platform which is now in its fifth year of trading and surpassed US$10 billion in aggregate sales earlier this year in July.

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Study Shows Dairy Products Are Most Popular Private-Label Category
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (1077 reads)

A study by Market Force Information finds dairy products are the most popular private-label category, followed by snacks, cereal and cleaning supplies. Shoppers said price and value are their top reasons for choosing private-label products

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Arla Announces Innovative Acid Whey Processing Solution
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (1074 reads)

Arla Foods Ingredients has launched an innovative processing solution that enables manufacturers of traditional Greek strained yogurts to profit from their acid whey waste stream.

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Global Dairy Trade Volumes: More WMP and Less SMP
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (1108 reads)

Fonterra has revised its forecast GlobalDairyTrade volumes in favor of whole milk powder (WMP). The 12 month forecast sees an additional 19,500 tons of WMP added bringing the total forecast volume up to 433,000 tons. While, SMP volumes on offer over the next 12 months have been revised down by 4,500 tons to 132,250 tons. 

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USDA Projects Higher Milk Prices
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (900 reads)

September forecasts for milk production were reduced slightly from August for the current year and unchanged for 2014. Milk production is forecast to climb in 2014 compared with this year on moderating feed prices and higher milk prices. Higher exports of cheese, butter, and nonfat dry milk and tighter stocks support the increased milk prices in 2014.


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Warrnambool Stocks Surge Following Bega Cheese Takeover Bid
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (713 reads)

Australia's Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Factory saw a 33% surge in sharesafter the company announced a A$319 million takeover bid from Bega Cheese. The merger, which has not yet been reviewed by Warrnambool shareholders, would result in the production of 353,000 tons of dairy products.

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California Expects Whey Factor Decision by Mid-October
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 (725 reads)

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is expected to announce by mid-October its decision on the September 12th hearing on whether to increase the whey factor price for the state’s dairy producers.

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