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Cheese and Butter Exports Drop While SMP Volumes Stay Steady
Friday, September 09, 2011 (924 reads)


U.S. cheese exports slipped this week from the peak levels achieved earlier this year as U.S. commodity cheese prices moved above Oceania prices for the first time since fall of 2009.



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Dairy Market Five-Year Forecast is Positive
Friday, September 09, 2011 (1164 reads)


Milk and cream processors have benefited over the past five years from dramatic milk price increases and dairy product launches, but the global economic downturn created oversupply and downward price pressure. The next five years will likely bring annualized revenue increases of 2.2% as product innovations boost domestic demand and economic conditions improve.



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Fonterra and First Milk Create Whey Protein Joint Venture
Friday, September 09, 2011 (1093 reads)


Whey is more potential in protein market, claim new partners Fonterra and First Milk. These two dairy farmer co-operatives will combine their intellectual property and industry expertise to add value to the dairy protein streams at First Milk's Lake District creamery in Cumbria, England.



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The Secret to Success in Protein Beverages
Friday, September 09, 2011 (1015 reads)


Protein beverages can have mass market appeal if firms get the formulation right, keep calories down and refocus marketing efforts on the people that are actually drinking their products, rather than the people they think are drinking them, according to one recent market entrant.



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World Milk Consumption Trends Influenced By Major Market Trends
Friday, September 09, 2011 (945 reads)


Per capita consumption of milk and dairy products, besides being related to the level of incomes, is now influenced by the major market trends.



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Industry Commends US Codex Reps’ Support of Science-Based Standards
Friday, September 09, 2011 (924 reads)


A group of industry and agriculture organizations has commended US representatives attending Codex committee meetings over the past year for their leadership and support of science-based standards.



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A New Study Suggests Dairy Foods May Be Linked to Better Brain Function
Friday, September 09, 2011 (1032 reads)


Frequent intake of dairy foods are linked to better mental performance, suggests data from a study of about 1,000 people in the US.
 



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Analysts Suggest Australian Dairy Export Future May Not Be So Rosy
Friday, September 09, 2011 (934 reads)


A new report raises serious doubts about the future prospects of Australia’s dairy exports, citing various reasons why the country's production levels will not be able to keep pace with demand for dairy.
 



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Rabobank Takes Cold Comfort in EU Cheese
Friday, September 09, 2011 (1059 reads)


The EU cheese market is changing from a “comfortable place” where most producers are assured of growth to a cut-throat environment where rising raw milk prices are threatening margins.



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Milk Committee Chair Calls for Scottish Dairy Growth Strategy
Thursday, September 08, 2011 (935 reads)


National Farmers' Union (NFU) Scotland Milk Committee chairman, Kenneth Campbell, has urged the Scottish dairy sector to adopt a new growth strategy to capitalize upon profitable global dairy markets.

   
 



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