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Global Dairy Prices Rise, Though Whole Milk Powder Weakens
Friday, June 03, 2016 (476 reads)

Global dairy prices continued to improve on strength of skim milk powder sales, though whole milk prices dropped at this month's first auction. The Global Dairy Price Index climbed 3.4 percent, with an average selling price of $2,329 per ton, in the auction held June 1st.

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Acid Whey Isn’t Waste – It’s a Goldmine, says Arla Foods Ingredients
Thursday, June 02, 2016 (735 reads)

Arla Foods Ingredients is promoting the possibilities presented by acid whey as part of a new campaign called Maximum Yield. The awareness drive is seeking to change perceptions of acid whey and explain how dairy companies can use it to maximise their output, increase profits and significantly cut waste. 

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New Milk Processing Facility In Works for South Australia
Thursday, June 02, 2016 (499 reads)

A South Australian State Government grant for a new milk processing facility in Penola, South Australia is aiming to provide a boost for the local dairy industry as well as providing jobs.The new facility will produce a range of products including whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder, and cream. Minister for Regional Development, Geoff Brock, said: “This project will provide a timely economic boost for the dairy industry in the state’s South East. Growing demand from the Chinese market and other new and established markets for milk powder makes this an opportune investment, establishing the region as a key supplier to global markets.”

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CWT Assists with 301,000 Pounds of Cheese and Butter
Thursday, June 02, 2016 (485 reads)

Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) has accepted 2 requests for export assistance to sell 259,043 pounds (118 metric tons) of Cheddar cheese and 41,888 pounds (19 metric tons) of butter to customers in Asia and the Middle East.  The product has been contracted for delivery in the period from June through November 2016.

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Dairy Australia’s Latest Situation and Outlook Report
Thursday, June 02, 2016 (531 reads)

Australian dairy production is forecasted to fall two percent this season and a further 2pc to 5pc in 2016-17, as farmer confidence levels plummet. But farmers in Queensland, NSW and Western Australia, who primarily supply local markets, are still relatively upbeat about their profitability, despite the past month’s milk price collapse in southern dairy regions of Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania. Dairy Australia says domestic markets, especially sales of butter, specialty cheeses and infant milk formula have provided a morale-boosting buffer from strong international headwinds battering export dairy earnings.

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Norwegian Dairy Co-op Tine to Produce Jarlsberg Cheese at Irish Plant
Thursday, June 02, 2016 (692 reads)

Norwegian dairy co-op Tine will move Jarlsberg cheese production to a Dairygold plant in Ireland as part of an effort to give its Jarlsberg cheese a stronger footing in international markets, the company said. "Specialty Jarlsberg cheese will give Irish milk yet another welcome route to an internationally established cheese market," Irish Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed said.

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Land O' Lakes Teams With Startup Accelerator for Mentorship Program
Thursday, June 02, 2016 (668 reads)

Land O' Lakes is teaming with Techstars to launch a part-time program this summer that will mentor fledgling food tech companies. Land O' Lakes will provide mentors and host the Startup Next Food & Tech program in Minnesota.

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