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Valley Queen Cheese Expansion Nears Completion
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 (1236 reads)


Officials at Milbank, South Dakota’s Valley Queen Cheese say a two-year, $40 million expansion project likely will be completed in the coming months.



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California Cheese Production Declines
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 (1209 reads)


Cheese production in California halted its recent record-setting growth trend last year and declined more than 7 percent.



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On-farm Milk Price Drops Another Penny
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 (1159 reads)


Dairy farmers will earn one cent less for every gallon of milk they produce March 1.



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Vilsack: Food Safety Should be Under One Agency
Monday, February 09, 2009 (1181 reads)


Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack believes the peanut recall offers a prime opportunity to merge all federal food safety oversight into one agency.



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EFSA Reveals Milk Protein Safety Conclusions
Monday, February 09, 2009 (1257 reads)


A new European review of the safety of proteins used in milk and dairy product formulation has found no link between their consumption and an increased risk to health, which could bring an end to an historic dispute.



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Dairy Team-up Leverages Research Towards Healthy Ingredients
Monday, February 09, 2009 (1283 reads)


A newly formed collaboration could see US industry, government, academia grasp the opportunities in dairy foods and ingredients, particularly for health and nutrition.



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F&A Dairy Has Plans for Big Expansion
Monday, February 09, 2009 (4116 reads)


The facility, which supplies cheese to a variety of Las Cruces, New Mexico, businesses as well as to customers nationwide, is about to expand by 40,000 square feet and double its capacity.



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Sweet Whey Targets ‘Scaly Skin Community’
Friday, February 06, 2009 (1298 reads)


PL Thomas has launched a whey-based ingredient clinically proven to benefit psoriasis sufferers, although its marketing will feature a broader skin health sell that doesn’t venture into the territory of disease reduction.



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Ag Chief: Programs Could Use More Dairy
Thursday, February 05, 2009 (1231 reads)


Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has signaled that he may take measures to put more dairy products in federal nutrition programs, possibly easing the blow of falling milk prices on dairy farmers.



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Protein Maker Extends Dairy Commitment With Solid Launch
Thursday, February 05, 2009 (1163 reads)


Protein manufacturer Proliant continues to push ahead with its re-entry into the dairy sector through the global launch of a new ingredient it says can provide added value in food formulation, while cutting costs compared to other dairy solids.



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