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Jerry Kozak Honored As 2014 ADPI Award of Merit Recipient
Thursday, May 01, 2014 (870 reads)

The American Dairy Products Institute (ADPI) is pleased to announce Jerry Kozak as the 2014 Recipient of the Award of Merit. The Award of Merit was established in 1991 to recognize individuals who have made a significant difference in the processed dairy products industry.

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Food and Drug Alert - Vermont Legislature Passes GMO Labeling Bill
Thursday, May 01, 2014 (713 reads)

On Wednesday, April 23, 2014, Vermont’s House of Representatives passed H.B. 112, legislation that would require the labeling of food produced entirely or partially from Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) by July 1, 2016.[1]  The Vermont Senate approved H.B. 112 on April 15, 2014.  Vermont’s Governor, Peter Shumlin, already announced his intention to sign the bill; therefore H.B. 112 will very likely become law.

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Glanbia Adds ‘No Bitterness’ Whey Protein to its Sports Nutrition Portfolio
Thursday, May 01, 2014 (737 reads)

Glanbia Nutritionals has announced the introduction of Hydrovon 195, as part of its portfolio of science-led sports nutrition ingredients. The partially hydrolysed whey protein isolate is designed for rapid absorption by the body, and it can therefore speed up post-athletic recovery while also eliminating the bitter taste common to this type of whey protein.

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New Arla Lab to Bring Cheese to the Chinese
Thursday, May 01, 2014 (691 reads)

Chinese taste preferences and food habits are different to those of most Arla consumers in Europe and the rest of the world. Arla now seeks to tap into the unique needs and trends in China with a new innovation lab in Beijing, where Danish and Chinese dairy and innovation specialists will develop cheeses and other dairy products that can win the hearts of Chinese consumers.

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Whey Proteins May Aid Obese Adults
Thursday, May 01, 2014 (789 reads)

New evidence shores up findings that whey protein, which is found in milk and cheese, could have health benefits for people who are obese and do not yet have diabetes. The study, which appears in ACS’ Journal of Proteome Research, examined how different protein sources affect metabolism.

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