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Australia Ponders Global Inspiration for Dairy Innovation
Wednesday, October 08, 2008 (1600 reads)


Australian dairy manufacturers are looking beyond their borders for new forms of innovation to shake up product manufacturing as part of an inaugural award designed to encourage global thinking amongst processors.



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Melamine Recalls Not an Issue for US Dairy Groups
Wednesday, October 08, 2008 (2237 reads)


As US authorities issue further recalls for some Chinese products that may contain the chemical melamine, domestic dairy manufacturers are not concerned that their products may become contaminated.


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China Sets Melamine Levels for Milk Products
Wednesday, October 08, 2008 (1748 reads)


China has adopted its first rules governing allowable levels of an industrial chemical at the center of the tainted milk scandal, as it tries to assuage a growing number of countries that are banning its imports.


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FDA Sets Safety Threshold for Contaminant Melamine
Wednesday, October 08, 2008 (1560 reads)


The Food and Drug Administration said consumption of small amounts of melamine poses no serious risk. The FDA set the maximum "tolerable" amount at 2.5 parts per million, but said it was unable to determine what a safe amount of melamine in baby formula would be.



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Cheese Plant May Make Colorado Big Dairy Producer
Wednesday, October 08, 2008 (2062 reads)


Once the new Leprino Foods cheese plant opens in Greeley, experts say the millions of pounds of milk processed there will boost Colorado into the top 10 dairy-producing states in the country.


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Fonterra Launches Improved Protein Range for Nutrition Bars
Tuesday, October 07, 2008 (1480 reads)


Fonterra has launched a new range of concentrated dairy proteins for the nutritional bar market which it claims solve the discoloration, texture and shelf-life issues associated with traditional proteins.


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FDA Sets Standard For Melamine In Food
Tuesday, October 07, 2008 (1846 reads)


The Food and Drug Administration said Friday that no amount of the industrial chemical melamine would be acceptable in infant formula, but said it's unlikely to cause harm at very low levels if it were in other types of food.



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Research Summary on the Effects of Lactose in Poultry Diets
Tuesday, October 07, 2008 (2996 reads)


Poultry do not have the endogenous enzyme lactase that is required to digest lactose in the small intestine. However, the use of lactose as a prebiotic at low concentrations in diets for poultry has been shown to be effective in improving performance



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Claim Highlights Role of Calcium and Vitamin D for Bone Health and Reduced Risk of Osteoporosis
Friday, October 03, 2008 (1682 reads)


The Food and Drug Administration released a final rule for health claims this week on the relationship between calcium and vitamin D and a reduced risk of osteoporosis, in addition to calcium and a reduced risk of osteoporosis.


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Fonterra Launches Improved Protein Range for Nutrition Bars
Thursday, October 02, 2008 (1518 reads)


Fonterra has launched a new range of concentrated dairy proteins for the nutritional bar market which it claims solve the discoloration, texture and shelf-life issues associated with traditional proteins.


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