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670 Tons of Imported Milk Found to be Substandard
Thursday, December 02, 2010 (1126 reads)


Experts have reminded consumers, many of whom have turned to overseas-made dairy products after the melamine scandal in domestic baby formulas, not to believe blindly in foreign dairy items after 670 tons of imported milk products were found to be substandard from March to August this year.



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Dairy Farmers of America Secures Loan for Cheese Processing Plant
Thursday, December 02, 2010 (1141 reads)


The Plymouth Common Council approved a $750,000 forgivable loan allowing the DFA finance a $13.4 million upgrade to its cheese processing plant north of Milwaukee.



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Danone and Unimilk Finalize Russian Dairy Merger
Thursday, December 02, 2010 (1020 reads)


Danone and Unimilk have finalized the merger of their fresh dairy businesses in Russia and other CIS countries, creating a new entity with annual sales of about €1.5bn.



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Irish Dairy Industry Set for Global Export Success after 2015
Thursday, December 02, 2010 (1017 reads)


Ireland’s dairy industry is set for significant growth after milk quotas are abolished in 2015, according to Kevin Lane, chief executive of the Irish Dairy Board (IDB).



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