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Dairy Crest to Relax Milk Supply Rules
Wednesday, July 18, 2012 (1007 reads)

Dairy Crest, a major U.K. milk supplier, plans to stop locking in farmers to 12-month milk contracts. Farmers unhappy with prices will be able to leave with three months' notice under the new plan, which follows a price cut by Dairy Crest set to take effect August 1st.

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Emmi-Roth USA Plans $43M Wisconsin Artisanal Cheese Facility
Wednesday, July 18, 2012 (1002 reads)

Switzerland's Emmi-Roth will open a new cheese plant in Platteville, Wis., to produce Grand Cru Gruyere cheese. Emmi-Roth USA's facility, which represents a $43 million investment, is expected to employ up to 60 people.

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Cheese Packaging Innovations "Squeezed Out" By Retailers
Wednesday, July 18, 2012 (977 reads)

Packaging innovation has been “squeezed out” of the cheese manufacturing sector by retailers dictating the size and format of the products on their shelves, a cheese marketing expert has claimed. Hamish Renton Associates managing director, Hamish Renton said that retailer demand for easier-to-merchandise and stack products has limited the development of new, innovative cheese packaging.

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Milk Proteins Perhaps Most Recommended Protein Supplement Following Intense Physical Activity
Wednesday, July 18, 2012 (834 reads)

Researchers have found intense physical activity results in a substantial volume of stress and hence a significant probability of immunosuppression in athletes, with milk proteins being, perhaps, the most recommended protein supplements.

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Dairy Prices Still Down
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 (1091 reads)

Prices at Fonterra's latest online dairy auction continued to ease following last week's 5.9 percent plunge, with global growth concerns and a stronger US dollar weighing on demand.


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World's Top 20 Dairy Companies
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 (1376 reads)

Rabobank has published a new report listing the top 20 largest dairy companies in the world, ranked by dairy product turnover. The report highlights the 'who's who of dairy' as well as the continuing spate of merger and acquisition activity and tensions between the past and future of the dairy industry.

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Price Volatility Concerning With Constant High Commodity Pricing
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 (979 reads)

Price volatility is as concerning as constant high commodity pricing, according to a European Commission response to a new report on global agricultural development in the next decade.

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Glanbia Foods Breaks Ground on Idaho Cheese Facility
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 (957 reads)

Glanbia Foods has broken ground on a facility in Twin Falls, Idaho, that it says will be a center of cheese innovation. Ganbia says it will work with universities, suppliers and customers to develop new products and new processes at the center.

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Dairygold to Invest $147 Million to Boost Milk Processing Capacity
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 (905 reads)

Dairygold Co-Operative of Ireland says it is investing about $147 million to increase its milk processing capacity to handle 52 million liters of milk a week by 2020. Dairygold currently processes 29 million liters per week.

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CWT Assists with 10 Million Pounds of Butter and Cheese Export Sales
Tuesday, July 17, 2012 (983 reads)

Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) has accepted seven requests for export assistance to sell a total of 10.018 million pounds (4,544 metric tons) of butter and Cheddar cheese to customers in Asia, North Africa and the Middle East. The product will be delivered July through December 2012.

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