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New Milk, New Bottle
Wednesday, October 20, 2010 (1163 reads)

Upstate Niagara Dairy Cooperative is getting ready to launch a 49-state campaign for there new product, Crave, a thick, highly portable, shelf-stable chocolate drink.

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Whey-to-Energy Project Wins State Loan
Friday, October 15, 2010 (1157 reads)

Betin Inc. will receive a $550,000 low-interest loan under the State Energy Program in support of a $3.5 million project that will install an anaerobic digester to process whey and wastewater at its Belmont, Wisconsin plant.The company is a leading producer of goat cheese under the Montchevre brand name.

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New Study Adds to Debate About Milk Standards
Friday, October 15, 2010 (1299 reads)

A proposal to adopt California fluid milk standards nationally is earning new life, as the dairy community considers policy alternatives to reduce market volatility and improve prices for dairy farmers.

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Main Street to Market Innovative Sodium Reduction Ingredient, Soda-Lo
Thursday, October 14, 2010 (966 reads)

Main Street Ingredients continues its commitment to sodium reduction by introducing North American food manufacturers to Soda-Lo, an innovative sodium reduction solution. Engineered by Nottingham-based Eminate, Soda-Lo’s microscopic (5-10 microns) salt crystals deliver an intense hit on taste buds, which enables food formulators to cut sodium by more than 50% without impacting flavor.

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EDA Publishes Major Issues Dairy Sector Report
Thursday, October 14, 2010 (1108 reads)

The European Dairy Association (EDA) has published a biannual report on major dairy issues, updating processors on the market situation and regulatory and trade developments.

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Glanbia Named as GanedenBC30 North America Distributor
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 (1167 reads)

The team-up between Ganeden and Glanbia has been extended, with the probiotic player announcing that Glanbia Nutritionals will be the primary North American distributor of GanedenBC30.

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Lakeland Opens Major Non-Whey Drying Facility
Monday, October 11, 2010 (1079 reads)

Lakeland Dairies has opened what it claims to be the largest non-whey drying facility in Europe as the company looks forward after a lengthy restructuring period.

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Whey Production Dips to 25-Year Low
Monday, October 11, 2010 (1001 reads)

Dry whey production in August was just 81.9 million lbs., the lowest figure for August since 1984.  Output has trended lower for the last few years. As manufacturers produce more higher-protein WPCs and WPIs, less whey solids are available to make dry sweet whey.

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Vitamin A and D Milk Tests Win Patents
Monday, October 11, 2010 (1016 reads)

Canadian firm SciMed Technologies Inc. has won patents in the US, Australia and New Zealand for testing kits that can accurately determine vitamin A and D levels in milk in two hours.

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Scientists Explore Potential of Functional Antioxidant Cheese
Monday, October 11, 2010 (1256 reads)

Fortifying cheese curds with polyphenolic compounds such as EGCG from tea may produce cheese products with enhanced nutritional value, indicates new research.

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