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Dairy Checkoff’s 2021 Highlights Include Partnership, Global Sales Growth
Despite continued challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic, the dairy checkoff delivered on its mission to drive sales and trust, said Barbara O’Brien, who succeeded Tom Gallagher in October as DMI’s president and CEO..
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More Plant-Based Products In 2022; Milk Alternatives Are ‘Here To Stay’
“Enter almond milk, oat milk, hemp milk, cashew milk – essentially, squeezing foods that have fat and fiber in them and mixing them with water creates a gastronomically similar product as cow’s milk,” the company said..
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Average US Retail Whole Milk Price In 2021 Was Highest Since 2014
These average retail milk prices are collected by federal order market administrators based on a survey conducted one day between the 1st and 10th of each month in 30 selected cities or metro areas. One outlet of the largest and second largest food store chains are surveyed.
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Listeria In Cheese Among Leading Causes Of Pathogen Based Import Refusals: Report
From 2002 to 2019, most pathogen/toxin violations occurred in fishery and seafood products (44.1 percent), followed by spices, flavors, and salts (26.3 percent), cheese and cheese products (7.1 percent),...
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Past Issues
Jen Pino-Gallagher, Bob Cropp, Brandis Wasvick, Dan Strongin, John Umhoefer You can e-mail our contributors at: [email protected]
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A Few Dairy Expectations For 2022
First of all, we expect discussions about the need to reform federal milk marketing orders to heat up in 2022.
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Trade Liberalization, Changing Tastes Help Hike US Dairy Exports To Colombia
Washington—Rising incomes, an expanding middle class, and dietary changes — aided by the Colombia- US Trade Promotion Agreement (TPA) — have helped boost US exports of dairy and other food products to Colombia, according to a new report from USDA’s Economic Research Service.
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FROM OUR ARCHIVES
Dec. 27, 1996: Rosemont, IL—.
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Allied Blending Receives Patent For Dry Blend For Making Extended Cheese Product
As explained in the patent, extended cheese products generally refers to a cheese in which a filler has been added to extend the mass and volume of the cheese while maintaining the physical properties of the natural cheese.
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Dr. John Bruhn, Longtime UC Davis Dairy Extension Specialist, Dies
A native of Ohio, Bruhn received a B.S. in food science in 1962 from Michigan State University and completed a Ph.D. in microbiology with emphasis in dairy bacteriology and biochemistry from the University of California, Davis, in 1969.
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Registration Open For Pack Expo East Set For March 21-23 In Philadelphia
A few highlights at this year’s show include The Forum at Pack Expo, offering free, interactive 45-minute open sessions on the latest industry trends by the OpX Leadership Network, Institute of Packaging Professionals, Contract Packagers Association and PMMI Business Intelligence, followed by small group discussions and question-answer sessions.
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WCMA Webinar Will Cover Saving Money With Efficient Energy
The webinar will wrap up with a session to explore the energy savings and financial benefits of efficiency projects. Members who prefer to submit their questions anonymously should send them via email to [email protected]
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Cornell Fluid Milk For Quality & Safety Course Has Optional Organic Content
The workshop’s live, instructorled video session has been scheduled for March 2, New for 2022, students will have the opportunity to participate in optional content specific to organic dairy processing.
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PLANNING GUIDE
• New York State Cheese Manufacturers Association:.
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NDM PRODUCTS - DECEMBER 29
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WHOLESALE BUTTER MARKETS - DECEMBER 29
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DAIRY PRODUCT MARKETS
Inventories are sturdy, and cheese is available for spot and contract needs. Retail sales are strong; recent reports suggest grocery shoppers still have healthy appetites for cheese. As Omicron variant uncertainties persist and case counts climb, foodservice demand is said to be faltering.
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NATIONAL - CONVENTIONAL DAIRY PRODUCTS
The final week of 2021 brought on fewer dairy retail ads compared to week 51. Conventional ice cream, in 48- to 64-ounce quantities, is the most advertised dairy item across the board, while half-gallon milk containers remain the most advertised organic dairy item this week.
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USDA Seeks String Cheese For Delivery During Second Quarter Of 2022
Washington—The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) on Tuesday invited offers to sell a total of 113,400 pounds of low moisture part skim Mozzarella String cheese for delivery in April, May and June 2022..
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Restaurant Performance Index Rose 0.2% In Nov.; Sales Growth Expected
The RPI is constructed so that the health of the restaurant industry is measured in relation to a neutral level of 100. Index values above 100 indicate that key industry indicators are in a period of expansion, while index values below 100 represent a period of contraction.
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MARKET OPINION - CHEESE REPORTER
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