Dairy products

These dairy products cause milk checks

From 2000 to 2018, milk fat levels in the U.S. collective reservoir fell from 3.68 to 3.89 percent. With both an increase in the percentages of milk fat and an increase in milk production, two dairy products continued to absorb more and more milk fat: cheese and butter. When measured …

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Local Creamery Makes Unique Dairy Products | Corning Observer

Haverton Hill Creamery in Richfield is quite unique. Like most creameries, Haverton Hills, owned and operated by Joe and Missy Adiego, produces butter, ice cream and milk – but what’s really special about Adiego’s product is that it’s made from sheep’s milk. Yes, you read that right – sheep’s milk. …

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Retailers pull Fairlife dairy after investigation finds horrific calf abuse

A slew of retailers pulled Fairlife products following an undercover investigation at Indiana-based Fair Oaks Farms, a Fairlife Corporation dairy producer that is distributed by The Coca-Cola Company. Retailers that no longer sell Fairlife products include Tony’s Fresh Market, Family Express and Jewel-Osco, Chicago’s largest grocery chain. Tuesday, an animal …

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Yesterday and today: Western dairy products

George and David Brown were already familiar with the dairy industry when they moved to Spokane in 1888 and founded Hazelwood Farms, named after their father’s farm in Illinois near Hayford-Cheney Road and Sunset Highway. Fifteen years later, the brothers claimed to operate the second largest dairy in the country. …

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Sweet and Spicy: More Spicy Dairy Coming in 2019

Diving brief: Hot and spicy flavors are innovating in dairy products, ice creams, yoghurts and flavored milks increasingly offering an exotic combination of sweet and spicy, according to Food Business News. The creamy texture of milk fat and the sweetness of lactose make dairy products “an ideal delivery vehicle” for …

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Could lactic acid bacteria added to dairy products lower cholesterol?

The development of health-enhancing products is a key research priority for the food sector, providing an opportunity for the dairy industry as the global functional food market is expected to grow rapidly over the next few years. In an Italian study, published in the December Journal of Milking Science, 58 …

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Hiland dairy products recognized as the “best of the best”

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Hiland Dairy Foods Company, a leading farmer-owned dairy company, is pleased to announce that the company received 16 awards in dairy product categories during the 2018 World Dairy Dairy Competition. Expo (WDE). The dairy swept the cultured milk category winning all three awards in the 1% category …

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Dairy products and heart health

A global study has found that dairy consumption is linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Just when you get used to eating only low-fat or fat-free cheese, milk, and yogurt, another study says, “Hey, dairy isn’t so bad for your heart after all.” In fact, new research suggests …

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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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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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13 Ways Eating Dairy Harms Human Health

Have milk? If so, you may also have acne, digestive issues, unwanted belly fat, and a higher risk of developing cancer. All of these conditions have been linked to the consumption of dairy products. The slogan, “Milk is good for the body” is simply a marketing ploy. Of course, sometimes …

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