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Danone Issues Profit Warning As Dairy Consumption Drops in Spain
Tuesday, June 19, 2012 (687 reads)


French food group Danone warned of a hit to its profits this year as Spanish consumers switched to cheaper yoghurts and the price of milk rose, causing growth to stall in Spain and other Southern European markets.



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US Market Driven by International Prices
Monday, June 18, 2012 (883 reads)


The US dairy industry has moved from a "mostly inward-looking, closed system to a market driven largely by exports and international prices" says a new report.



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US Milk Production is Forecasted to Increase
Friday, June 15, 2012 (736 reads)


US milk production is expected to expand by more than 3% in 2012. Data released by the USDA in the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report forecasts milk production in 2012 will reach 202.2 billion pounds.



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Fonterra Looking To Boost Dairy Powder Exports with Takeover
Friday, June 15, 2012 (705 reads)


Fonterra has signed a conditional agreement to acquire the milk processing assets of South Canterbury-based New Zealand Dairies (NZDL), and said the dairy site would boost its export capacity, where it is processing around 150m litres of milk per year into powders.



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Arla Signs Agreement with Leading Chinese Dairy Company to Strengthen Exports
Friday, June 15, 2012 (707 reads)


Arla Foods has announced plans to increase its turnover in China fivefold by 2016 – to almost £400m – after signing a wide-ranging co-operation agreement with a leading Chinese dairy company.



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Lactose-Free Dairy May Have Growth Potential
Thursday, June 14, 2012 (764 reads)


The market for lactose-free dairy products has doubled in the past five years and is set for similarly impressive growth over the next five, says a new report by industry experts New Nutrition Business.



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FrieslandCampina Purchases Belgian Cheese Business
Thursday, June 14, 2012 (858 reads)


Dutch dairy giant FrieslandCampina has just purchased Irish Dairy Board's Belgian cheese business, the latest in a wave of European dairy deals. FrieslandCampina plans to expand into processed products and emerging markets.



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New Screening System To Detect Milk Adulteration Across the Milk Supply Chain is Underway
Thursday, June 14, 2012 (658 reads)


“The development of a new screening system to detect possible adulteration of milk is underway,” stated IDF expert Dr. Steve Holroyd (NZ) at the annual IDF/ISO Analytical Week in Tel Aviv, Israel.



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Casein Replacer Ideal for Imitation Cheese
Thursday, June 14, 2012 (794 reads)


Penford Food Ingredients, a leader in innovative carbohydrate systems and technologies, is adding to its line-up with a breakthrough casein replacement ingredient.



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Researchers Suggest Hidden Ingredient in Milk Protects Against Obesity
Thursday, June 14, 2012 (690 reads)


A natural ingredient found in milk helped to prevent weight gain even while on diets high in fat, which could add up to slimmer waistlines, researchers say.



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