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FrieslandCampina to Open New R&D Center in 2012
Monday, October 11, 2010 (1062 reads)

Dutch dairy co-operative Royal FrieslandCampina is building a new €16m research and development (R&D) center to target innovation in consumer products and ingredients.

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August Dairy Products Report Shows An Increase In Dry Milk & Cheese Output
Thursday, October 07, 2010 (980 reads)

The August USDA Dairy Products report showed an increase in dry milk and cheese output. This report also includes output numbers for butter, whey products and frozen products.


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Court Overturns Ohio Ban on rbST-Free Milk Labeling
Thursday, October 07, 2010 (1177 reads)

A district court has overturned an Ohio state ban on the labeling of milk as free from artificial hormones, saying that there is a compositional difference between milk from cows treated with growth hormone and untreated cows.

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Paper Outlines How to Lure Lactose Intolerant Consumers Back to Dairy
Thursday, October 07, 2010 (1071 reads)

Support from independent sources and targeted marketing campaigns are the keys to convincing lactose intolerant consumers to come back to dairy, according to a new report from the Innovation Center for US Dairy.

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Nano-EGCG Could Take Tea Benefits Into Clear Beverages
Tuesday, October 05, 2010 (1180 reads)

A new study says modified whey protein may nano-encapsulate the green tea compound EGCG and slow its rate of degradation 3.2-fold, thereby offering nano-encapsulation potential for formulators.

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Whey Protein: New Opportunity for Sports Drinks Makers
Tuesday, October 05, 2010 (1227 reads)

Incorporating whey protein into exercise recovery beverages could open a lucrative new market for sports drinks manufacturers, according to research commissioned by performance nutrition company Volac.

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Milk Proteins May Aid Post Exercise Fluid Retention
Tuesday, October 05, 2010 (1347 reads)

According to new research, milk proteins could be more effective than carbohydrates at aiding fluid retention after exercise.

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Leprino Officials Say Greeley Plant Will Have Room to Expand
Tuesday, October 05, 2010 (1202 reads)

Leprino officials say the company's cheese plant under construction in Greeley, Colo., is "very, very big and very bold in our future growth plans," and is located on a site that allows room for expansion. The officials attended the launch of "Fuel Up To Play 60", a school health program being piloted in Colorado by the National Football League and National Dairy Council.

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US Seeks Simplicity in New Food Pyramid
Tuesday, October 05, 2010 (1116 reads)

The government's updated food pyramid guidelines will be unveiled in December. The government is searching for new ways to communicate lessons about healthful eating and is working to make the food pyramid "more meaningful and engaging,'' stated Robert Post, deputy director of the Department of Agriculture's Center for Nutrition and Policy Promotion.

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Dairy and Whisky Firms Test Novel Technology to Clean Pipes
Tuesday, October 05, 2010 (1236 reads)

A novel technology that uses air instead of gallons of water and cleaning agents to clean process pipe work is being installed at a UK whisky manufacturer this week and will shortly be tested by a UK dairy manufacturer.

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