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FrieslandCampina Pledges to Reduce Dependence on Dairy Basics
Wednesday, March 17, 2010 (1237 reads)

FrieslandCampina is seeking to become less dependent on milk powder, casein, and basic cheese after these categories contributed to a double-digit drop in revenue for 2009.

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Milk Beats Sports Drink in Female Resistance Training Study
Wednesday, March 17, 2010 (1347 reads)

Skimmed milk may be a better training aid for female resistance athletes than a sports drink thanks to its calcium and protein content, according to a new study.

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U.S. Yogurt Consumption to Double
Tuesday, March 16, 2010 (1440 reads)

Danone, the world's largest yogurt maker, expects double-digit percentage dairy sales growth in the United States over the long-term and aims to double per capita consumption in that market within four years.

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Idaho Dairy Export Numbers Experience a Turnaround
Monday, March 15, 2010 (1151 reads)

Idaho's dairy exports declined drastically in 2009, but fourth-quarter numbers showed signs the steep dive may be leveling out. The state's exports of cheese, milk, cream, butter and whey were down nearly 47 percent in 2009 but only posted declines of about 15 percent in the fourth quarter over the same quarter in 2008. Lactose exports, which were down almost 17 percent in 2009, saw an 83 percent increase in the fourth quarter.

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Cheese Sales are Strong Even with Higher Prices
Thursday, March 11, 2010 (1084 reads)

A Packaged Facts report finds strong sales of specialty and natural cheeses, unhampered by rising prices. The publisher said Americans like exploring new varieties of cheese, and predicts the trend will increase as the economy improves.

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Milk Protein Complexes May Hold Key to WOW Emulsions
Thursday, March 11, 2010 (1301 reads)

Using conjugates of caseinates from milk and maltodextrin may improve the stability of double emulsions, and lead to a wider acceptance of the technology in a range of food applications. Irish researchers report that the formulating water-in-oil-in-water (W/O/W) emulsions with the maltodextrin–sodium caseinate complex produced more stable emulsions than when sodium caseinate was used alone, according to findings published in Food Research International.

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New Culture Could Bring Russian Milk Drink to New Markets
Thursday, March 11, 2010 (1092 reads)

Danisco is introducing a new culture to make industrial production of ryazhenka easier and more consistent, and is expecting the traditional Russian milk drink to garner interest worldwide in the future.

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Glanbia Considers Sale of Dairy Ireland to Co-Op Owners
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 (1234 reads)

Glanbia is in talks about selling off its Dairy Ireland operations and other businesses to its majority shareholder Glanbia Co-operative Society Ltd.

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Nestle Doubles Capacity of Indonesian Milk-Processing Plant
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 (1127 reads)

Nestle has spent $100m doubling the capacity of a milk-processing plant on the island of East Java in Indonesia. The Kejayan factory is now one of the ten biggest Nestle milk-processing facilities worldwide with a capacity that has grown from 620,000 liters a day to over one million liters.

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Omega-3 milk Producer Ebro Puleva Looks Set to Quit Dairy Category
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 (1177 reads)

Spanish food giant Ebro Puleva is set to depart the dairy category where its Puleva Omega-3 milk has been a pioneering product, following an agreement to sell off its dairy business worth €630m to Lactalis, Europe's largest dairy group.

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