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  1. International Joint Ventures In Dairy Pick Up Steam

    As the dairy industry evolves and modernizes, dairy companies across the U.S. are looking to capitalize on increasing milk production through international joint ventures with companies that have significant manufacturing, networking and marketing expertise, according to a new report from CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange Division

  2. fairlife Launches Ultra-Filtered Whole Milk With DHA Omega-3

    fairlife, LLC, the health food company known for its high-protein ultra-filtered milk, is expanding its portfolio of milk products to include fairlife® DHA Whole Milk, a creamy, ultra-filtered cow's milk with DHA Omega-3 fatty acids to support brain health

  3. Baltic Dairy Board Is Rapidly Developing In The Field Of Biotechnology

    Baltic Dairy Board Ltd. informs that in 2018 the company will concentrate its activities/production on the production of biotechnological products, such as a diverse production of GOS (galacto-oligosaccharides) in syrup and powder form. Milk and whey products produced so far, such as cream, milk protein concentrate (MPC) and whey protein concentrate (WPC), will be produced only by special order

  4. Maple Hill, America’s Original 100% Grass-Fed Organic Dairy Launches New Blended Yogurt

    Maple Hill, America’s original 100% grass-fed organic dairy, announces the launch of a brand new line of blended yogurts. Developed in response to the high consumer demand for 100% grass-fed organic dairy products, the new line of smooth & creamy whole milk yogurts are a triple delight: excellent nutrition, farm fresh taste and sure to be a new family favorite

  5. Neogen Releases Easiest Dairy Antibiotic Tests

    Neogen Corporation (NASDAQ: NEOG) today announced that it has released BetaStar® Advanced — the easiest method to test for antibiotics in milk

  6. Cargill Brings Facial Recognition Capability To Farmers Through Strategic Equity Investment In Cainthus

    Cargill and Cainthus, a Dublin-based machine vision company, are reshaping how animal producers make decisions for their livestock through a strategic partnership that will bring facial recognition technology to dairy farms across the world. The deal includes a minority equity investment from Cargill

  7. Global Liquid Pouch Packaging Market Driven By Increasing Consumer Preference Towards Energy And Non-Carbonated Healthier Beverages

    Packaging industry is experiencing a substantial growth over the last couple of years. Interactive packaging helps companies to stay ahead of their peers. As a result, packaging companies are coming up with many new innovative products in the market. Liquid pouch packaging is one such attractive packaging solutions which is in high demand among the brand owners

  8. TruMoo® Chocolate Milk Kicks Off 2018 By Partnering With One Warm Coat

    This winter, TruMoo® Chocolate Milk, Dean Foods Company (NYSE: DF) brand, is partnering with One Warm Coat, a national, non-profit organization dedicated to providing free, warm coats to those in need

  9. Climate-Focused Carbon Fund Invests In Clean Energy And Improved Performance For California Dairy

    U.S.-based private investment fund Climate Trust Capital, an independent entity of the long-standing mission-driven nonprofit The Climate Trust, has closed on a carbon investment in the biogas sector—the Carlos Echeverria and Sons Dairy (CE&S) Dairy Biogas Project. Approximately $1.12 million of Climate Trust Capital’s Fund I was invested in a covered lagoon digester that will destroy methane and produce carbon offsets under California’s cap and trade system

  10. California Utilities Issue Draft Solicitation For Dairy Biomethane Pilot Projects

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and Southwest Gas jointly issued a draft solicitation yesterday for dairy biomethane pilot projects under California Senate Bill (SB) 1383