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  1. Innovation And Expansion Surround Plant-Based Dairy And Meat Alternatives But Market Still Remains Niche

    In recent years there has been a lot of expansion and innovation surrounding plant-based dairy and meat alternatives in the U.S., even with dairy and animal-protein manufacturers finding ways to enter the space, but the market’s potential is still being determined. According to The NPD Group, a leading global information company, the market for plant-based alternatives is still evolving as consumers begin to leverage these items because of food allergies or they’re seeking what they believe to be more healthful options

  2. Two Colorado Companies Partner Up To Deliver Better Tech To Dairy Livestock

    Dairy Tech, Inc. announced that it has made a strategic investment into HerdDogg, Inc., developers and creators of a livestock monitoring system that will revolutionize the industry

  3. Distributed Modular I/O In The Food Processing And Beverage Industry For Hygienic Pressure Wash-Down Applications

    Balluff is pleased to introduce industry's first machine mount, IP69K protection rated, ECOLAB certified distributed I/O modules powered by EtherNet/IP, PROFINET, and IO-Link. End users and machine builders of automation in food, meat, dairy and beverage industries that need to follow stringent food safety requirements can now utilize full benefits of distributed modular I/O architecture for all the required I/O and sensor connectivity

  4. Aurora Organic Dairy Plans Processing Facility In Columbia, Missouri

    Aurora Organic Dairy, a leading producer and processor of store-brand organic milk and butter for U.S. retailers, plans to construct a new $100M dairy processing facility, 125 miles west of St. Louis, in Columbia, Missouri. The project is expected to create more than 90 jobs initially, and up to 150 total new jobs over the next five years.

  5. Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery Expands Production Hub In Ellsworth, Wisconsin

    Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery, which creates 80 tons of cheese curds a day, is getting a boost from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation for the expansion of its production facility, situated 50 miles east of Minneapolis and 66 miles west of Eau Claire, in Ellsworth, Wisconsin.

  6. Camel Milk Cooperative Brings Camel Milk To The Masses

    Quietly, slowly, but undeniably, a new dairy industry has emerged in America. It’s producing the most desirable milk in the world—pure camel milk. Scientifically touted for its unique health and vitamin properties, the milk’s allergen-free reputation has created a market for milk from American camels

  7. Packline Release New Stainless Steel Clamp Cradle Attachment For Handling Rolls Of Paper, Foil And Film In A Clean Room Environment

    New to Packline Materials Handling, this clamp cradle attachment has been designed and produced to meet with a customer’s requirement of lifting, transporting and loading different sizes of rolls of paper and film to a range of different packaging machines

  8. Califia Launches Organic Line; Powers Up Almondmilks With Maca Root, Protein And More

    Califia Farms, the leading nutmilk brand in the natural channel, will unveil Organic Homestyle Nutmilks, its premiere line of USDA Certified Organic almond, cashew and coconut nutmilks, at Natural Products Expo West

  9. DuPont Nutrition & Health And Happy Family Brands Partner On Pre/Postnatal Probiotic

    DuPont Nutrition & Health and Happy Family Brands collaborated on the development of Happy Mama® Prenatal Probiotic Supplement, a groundbreaking product in the burgeoning category of infant nutritional supplements

  10. Foodservice Guideline Aims To Enhance Food Traceability And Safety

    GS1 US has published a new “Implementation Guideline for Case-Level Traceability Using GS1 Standards,” which offers step-by-step guidance for the track and trace of food products as they move through the supply chain.