Monthly Archives: August 2018

Team Cornell Wins Fifth Place in Dairy Competition

A team of three Cornell graduate students won fifth place and $1,000 in the 2018 Idaho Milk Processors Association Conference Dairy Innovation Competition on August 11 in Sun Valley, Idaho with a savory pancake and a self-developed dipping sauce. The competition compared and judged new dairy products developed by college …

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Study shows techniques for reducing sugar content in dairy products hold promise

According to the IDFA, sales of dairy products bring in more than $125 billion a year, however, consumers are also demanding healthier, lower calorie products that taste just like their higher calorie counterparts. In the Journal of Dairy Science report, researchers looked at options available to the dairy industry to …

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Progress is being made in making lower-sugar ice cream, yogurt and flavored milk more palatable to consumers, say Journal of Dairy Science® researchers — ScienceDaily

Dairy products are popular with consumers and sales bring in over $125 billion per year (IDFA, 2017). With the popularity of dairy products comes new consumer demands for healthier, lower calorie products that taste just like their higher calorie counterparts. In a report published in the Journal of Dairy Science …

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Lepur’s Healthy Yogurt Drinks at Nali Patio

These health geeks are a funny bunch. After the coconut craze, guess what gets them excited now? Yogurt. Or to put it another way, yogurt has dismissed all suitors and has regained its usual place in the limelight. To welcome him again, Lepur has opened a new 100 m² boutique …

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