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WNY Cheese Enterprise Plans $49.7 Million Cheese Production Facility In New York
The $49.7 million production facility will be part of a collaboration between Craig’s Station Ventures, Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) and Denmark-based Arla Foods. The plant is projected to produce approximately 15 million pounds of cheese annually..
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‘Clean’ Ingredients, Lower Sodium & Sugar, Full Fat Dairy Products Are Trends For 2017
“There’s a shift back to fuller, richer foods – think full-fat dairy, butter and ghee – influenced by a more conscious consumer who is looking to include less processed and more clean, natural ingredients into their diet,” said Sabrina Falone, THP director of culinary innovation.
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Global Dairy Price Rally Has More Upside Due To Declining Supply
Milk supply from dairy export regions has “fallen sharply,” by 2.6 million tons, in the second half of 2016, with milk volumes from Oceania and Europe “severely challenged,” the report said.
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CFTC Reproposes Rules On Position Limits For Derivatives; Class III Milk Futures Excluded
As part of the so-called Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, Congress amended the Commodity Exchange Act’s (CEA) position limits provision, which since 1936 has authorized the CFTC to impose limits on speculative positions to prevent the harms caused by excessive speculation.
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Past Issues
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A Look Back At 2016
Not only did this victory mark the first time since 1988 that a US cheese maker captured top honors in the contest, it was the first time since 2000 that the US even placed a cheese in the top three. No matter how you look at it, a US-produced cheese capturing top honors in the World Championship Cheese Contest is a huge achievement.
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Numerous Cheeses Included On South Africa’s List Of GIs Protected Under Economic Pact With EU
Among the cheeses on the list are Asiago, Fontina, Gorgonzola, Parmigiano Reggiano, Mozzarella di Bufala Campana, Provolone Valpadana and Taleggio from Italy; Feta and Kasseri from Greece; Brie de Meaux, Camembert de Normandie, Emmental de Savoie,...
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Grassfed Dairy Standards Get Final Approval From American Grassfed Association Board
The new standards, in development for more than a year, are the result of the efforts of a group of stakeholders including representatives from AGA, Organic Valley, Maple Hill Creamery, Traders Point Farm Organics, Trickling Springs Creamery, Cabriejo Creamery, Pennsylvania Certified Organic and NOFA New York.
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USTR Asks Comments On Possible Increased Duties On Roquefort As Part Of Beef Dispute
That Memorandum of Understanding provided for the EU to make phased increases in market access by adopting a tariff-rate quota (TRQ) for beef produced without growth-promoting hormones in return for the US making phased reductions in in additional duties the United States had imposed consistent with WTO authorization.
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European Investment Bank To Lend 50 Million Euros To Polish Dairy Co-op Mlekpol To Build New Processing Facility
The estimated production capacity is 3 million liters of milk and whey per day. The investment launch is planned for 2018, while full production capacity is expected to be achieved by mid-2019..
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From our archives
Dec. 27, 1991: Columbus, OH—Finding.
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Just Hitting the Shelves
“Our research shows that consumers are looking for ways to make more authentic and ethnic meals at home, and also prefer to use shredded cheese when cooking,” said Katie Egan, senior brand manager, Crystal Farms..
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FDA Extends Comment Period For Use Of Term ‘Healthy’ On Food Labels To Apr. 26, 2017
FDA said it had received requests to extend the comment period. Those requests conveyed concern that the original 120-day comment period did not allow sufficient time to develop meaningful or thoughtful comments to the questions and issues FDA presented in its original notice.
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DEATHS
Kaste’s wife Eleanor died just two weeks after Paul Kaste’s passing..
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PERSONNEL
He joined Saputo in 1996 and has held several senior management positions in finance and administration. After Aug. 1, Carriere will serve as a senior advisor to the company..
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USDA’s Ag Resource Management Survey To Focus On Both Organic, Conventional Dairy Production Sectors
According to a NASS report released earlier this year, there were 2,282 certified organic farms with milk cows in the US last year (for more details, please see “Farm- Level Organic Milk Sales In 2015: $1.2 Billion, up 8.4% From ‘14,” on page 1 of our Sept.
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Norseland, Italy’s Parmareggio Announce Strategic Alliance
Parmareggio was founded in 1983 in Montecavolo di Quattro Castella (Reggio Emilia), and became a leader in the production and sale of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese over a period of several years. In 2004, the Modena-based Granterre Consortium acquired a majority stake.
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Glacier Transit, Storage Installing 2,112 Solar Panels On Cold Storage Warehousing Facility
“We want to demonstrate our established reputation as being a leader in the industry,” said Kyle Nothem, president of GTS. “Not only do we continue to find ways to increase efficiency and reduce costs in the supply chain, but more importantly we are taking the initiative to keep our environment clean and sustainable by utilizing renewable energy.
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MARKET PLACE
PROMOTE YOURSELF - By contacting Tom Sloan & Associates. Job enhancement thru results oriented professionals. We place cheese makers, production, technical, maintenance, engineering and sales management people. Contact Dairy Specialist David Sloan, Tom Sloan or Terri Sherman.
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DAIRY PRODUCT MARKETS
Selling prices, delivered, dollars per/lb: Imported Domestic.
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WHOLESALE BUTTER MARKETS
NORTHEAST - DEC. 28:.
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NATIONAL - CONENTIONAL DAIRY PRODUCTS
Dairy advertisements declined in number for both conventional and organic ads. Conventional dairy items - which ranked high in numbers last week and were directed toward traditional holiday meals - declined in number this week.
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DRY DAIRY PRODUCTS - DECEMBER 29
This week, low/ medium heat nonfat dry milk prices are mixed, based on f.o.b. spot transactions. Demand is fair to good with most buyer interest centering on new low/medium NDM production. Some buyers remain cautious not to take on too much product, with the possibility of lower priced offerings emerging.
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MARKET OPINION - CHEESE REPORTER
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