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Arla Foods Develops New Milk Protein Ingredient
Thursday, June 10, 2010 (1136 reads)

Arla Foods Ingredients has developed a special milk protein ingredient that will make life easier for people diagnosed with PKU (Phenylketonuria). Instead of consuming special amino acids that have an unpleasant taste, they can now enjoy food where normal proteins have been replaced by the milk protein CGMP (CaseinoGlycoMacroPeptide). The CGMP protein is part of the whey from cheese production and is similar to all other proteins except for the fact that it does not contain the amino acid Phenylalanine.

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ADPI Member Celebrates 10 Years of Supply Chain Innovation
Thursday, June 10, 2010 (1045 reads), the dairy industry's leading provider of web-based supply chain, transportation, and commodity trading solutions, commemorates 10 years of successful operations and innovative solutions. The company’s Software as a Service (SaaS) platform helps the industry gain market visibility, reduce costs, and improve efficiency as it manages bulk dairy commodities.

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Saputo 4Q Net Up 43% Despite Lower Revenue
Thursday, June 10, 2010 (1076 reads)

Saputo Inc.'s (fourth-quarter earnings came in well ahead of year-earlier results and beat analysts expectations by a penny, helped by stronger results in both its Canada, Europe and Argentina, or CEA, dairy products sector and its U.S. dairy products sector.

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Carbery Targets Sports Drinks With Clean Whey
Wednesday, June 09, 2010 (1083 reads)

Irish dairy ingredients specialist Carbery is marketing a “clean tasting” hydrolysed whey protein range aimed at the sports nutrition market after completing sensory studies in conjunction with the North Carolina State University (NCSU).

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Dairy Foods Linked to Lower Heart Attack Risk
Wednesday, June 09, 2010 (1051 reads)

Swedish scientists have uncovered evidence suggesting that eating dairy foods could actually lower heart attack risk.

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Sports Nutrition Driving Whey Success
Tuesday, June 08, 2010 (1222 reads)

Increased demand from the sports nutrition and dietary supplements industries could see the US whey protein approach 500 million pounds (250 million kg) by 2015, says a new report. Global Industry Analysts’ “Whey Proteins: A US & European Market Report” is predicting that high-end technological developments and increased R&D spending are opening doors for increased use of whey protein concentrates and isolates on both sides of the Atlantic. The United States and Europe are the two biggest markets for whey protein.

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Metabolism Science to Help ID Functional Milk Ingredients
Tuesday, June 08, 2010 (1019 reads)

Food for Health Ireland (FHI) has introduced a new dimension to its milk research initiative, which aims to strengthen the nutritional claims of bioactive peptides by understanding a cell’s metabolic profile.

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Denmark Repeals National Dairy Flavoring Rules
Thursday, June 03, 2010 (1103 reads)

Denmark has repealed its national law requiring flavorings for dairy products to go through a risk assessment and approval process, as the EU positive list is finalized and harmonization is on the cards across Europe.

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Milk Powder Declines for Second Month, Fonterra Says
Wednesday, June 02, 2010 (1084 reads)

Milk powder prices eased for a second month as drought eased in New Zealand and supplies increased in Europe and the U.S., Fonterra Cooperative Group Ltd., the world’s largest dairy exporter, said.

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DairiConcepts Acquires U.S. Cheese Business
Wednesday, June 02, 2010 (1238 reads)

DairiConcepts, L.P., a joint venture between Fonterra and Dairy Farmers of America, has acquired the U.S. hard Italian cheese business of Swiss Valley Farms (SVF). 

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