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  1. Tomlinson’s Dairy Chose Ektam Flowmatic Fillers For Milk

    Established in 1983 by brothers Philip and John Tomlinson, Tomlinson’s Dairies is Wales’ largest liquid milk processor following significant growth over the past years. Having recently secured a contract with a supermarket giant, Tomlinson’s are investing into the future

  2. Franklin County Visitors Bureau Invites All To Celebrate National Milkshake Month With Delicious Local Milk

    The delicious and creamy milkshake is a sweet treat that all can enjoy and in September, as National Milkshake Month begins, the Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to try this sweet treat made from the delicious local milk

  3. Breakthrough Technologies Enable Food Safety In The Dairy Industry

    The dairy industry is intrinsically complex and multifunctional with consumer demand and current market conditions prompting the reshaping of the industry to deliver improved product quality, stability and safety to customers, while reducing energy and costs

  4. Fernbridge Humboldt Creamery Facility To End Milk Processing

    The Fernbridge Humboldt Creamery facility will stop processing fluid milk on an undetermined date; instead it will send the milk down to a Modesto facility for processing before it ends up on store shelves

  5. Profile Advantage Metal Detector Virtually Eliminates False Rejects

    For years, finding the smallest metal contaminants has been a challenge for many bakery, meat, poultry, seafood, ready meal and dairy food producers due to a phenomenon known as 'product effect'. Product effect (where a product's own characteristics inhibit a metal detector's ability to inspect products with a high moisture or salt content, variable temperature, or packed in metallised film) has reduced detection sensitivities significantly below the levels achieved when inspecting dry non-conductive food products

  6. Organic Dairy Farmer Albert Straus Announces The First Full-Scale Electric Truck Powered By Cow Poop

    California dairy farmer Albert Straus, a pioneer in organic dairy and sustainable agriculture, announces the launch of the first full-scale electric truck — powered by cow poop

  7. Bactana Animal Health Announces Expansion Of Its Global Intellectual Property Portfolio

    Bactana Animal Health, a company developing sustainable products that enhance the microbiome and improve efficiency of livestock farming while reducing the use of antibiotics and hormones in the world’s food supply, today announced that it has licensed additional intellectual property from Cornell University

  8. fairlife Introduces fairlife® SuperKids™ Ultra-Filtered Milk -- With DHA Omega-3

    Health and wellness company fairlife, LLC disrupts the dairy category once again with the introduction of fairlife® SuperKids™ ultra-filtered milk and fairlife® SuperKids™ Chocolate ultra-filtered milk

  9. Tetracycline Safe Level Test Approved For NCIMS Appendix N Pilot Program

    Charm Sciences, Inc. is pleased to announce the Charm® ROSA® Tetracycline-SL (Dilution Confirmation) Test (TET-SL) has been accepted by the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments (NCIMS) Laboratory Committee and Appendix N Committee as a drug residue test kit for tetracycline in its Pilot Program, set to launch July 1, 2017

  10. Cheese Manufacturer in Tennessee to Invest $35M Into Manufacturing Facility Expansion

    Bongards’ Creameries will invest $35M to expand its manufacturing operation in Humboldt, Tennessee. The company expects to create approximately 95 jobs over the next five years as part of the Gibson County expansion.