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Dairy Prices Drop to 14-month Low as Output Soars
Thursday, October 06, 2011 (1272 reads)

Dairy prices fell to a 14-month low, hours after the world's top dairy exporter revealed record milk flows to its processing plants, and amid growing concerns over consumption expectations. Prices at Tuesday's globalDairyTrade auction, run by New Zealand milk giant Fonterra, fell 1.6% from the last session, two weeks ago, to their lowest since early August last year.

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USDA Reports Increased Dairy Production
Thursday, October 06, 2011 (1045 reads)

Dairy product production highlights from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) latest dairy report.

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Fonterra Faces a "Challenage" With To Much Milk
Thursday, October 06, 2011 (1332 reads)

Fonterra's manpower and plants are being stretched under a spring milk tsunami that saw a record 30 million liters collected from Waikato and Bay of Plenty on one day this past week.

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Carrageenan Complex Could Stabilize Whey Protein Emulsions
Thursday, October 06, 2011 (1157 reads)

A mixture of carrageenan and whey protein isolate could provide improved emulsion stability, and the potential for pH sensitive controlled release of ingredients and flavors, according to new research.

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Leprino Facility Increases Dairy Cow Demand
Thursday, October 06, 2011 (1313 reads)

Between 50,000 and 80,000 additional cows will be needed to meet the needs for a Leprino Foods cheese-processing facility expected to open in November in Greeley, Colo. But dairy experts say farmers are reluctant to expand after a period of depressed prices and higher feed costs.

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Enzyme Technology May Overcome Cheese "Problems"
Thursday, October 06, 2011 (1213 reads)

Enzyme technology may be one way of producing cheeses that are more natural, contain fewer additives, and are E-number and GM free

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