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Looking back on 2014! Most read DairyReporter.com stories of the year

As 2014 draws to a close, DairyReporter.com takes a look back at the most read dairy industry news of the last twelve months.

Greek yogurt waste 'acid whey' a concern for USDA: Jones Laffin

Greek yogurt byproduct acid whey has become a significant concern for the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), says a company tasked by the agency to complete the development of technology to alleviate the issue.

Cheese unlocks your wildest dreams, says study

Cheese before bed is all good for dreams and different varieties could conjure up anything from celebrities to talking toys.

DAIRYREPORTER.COM INVESTIGATION

Nutricia India bribed doctors to prescribe infant formula, whistleblower claims

Danone Group subsidiary Nutricia India approved illegal payments to doctors across the country to promote and prescribe its baby nutrition products, a whistleblower has claimed.

Celebrating Dairy Distinction! Vote for your DairyReporter.com 2014 Personality of the Year!

Flick through our shortlist of 10 nominees, then vote for your DairyReporter.com Personality of the Year!

Milk quota abolition will create North European ‘production belt’

The European Union (EU) milk quota abolition in 2015 will “profoundly modify” the allocation of dairy production volumes in region, Finnish researchers have claimed.

US COMMODITIES CORNER

Why are US milk producer prices nearing a record high?

The prices paid to US milk producers in January 2014 were at a near record high, and are expected increase further in February. DairyReporter.com's US dairy commodities expert and MilkPrice blogger, John Geuss explains why...

Goat's milk infant formula NANNYcare taking 'rightful place' in UK

NANNYcare Infant Formula is preparing to “take its rightful place in the market” as Britain’s first official goat’s milk-based infant formula product.

Cheat on Greek with Petite Crème sweet fresh cheese: Stonyfield

Organic dairy Stonyfield believes its newly developed Petite Crème sweet fresh cheese range will appeal to US consumers that find Greek yogurt "too thick and bitter."

Benefits of breast milk over infant formula ‘overstated’: Study

Breast milk may be no more beneficial than infant formula for 10 of 11 long-term health and wellbeing outcomes traditionally associated with breastfeeding, US researchers have claimed.

EDITOR'S OPINION: DEAR DAIRY....

Coca-Cola's milk splash miss: Pin-up posters were great!

Coca-Cola milk brand Fairlife has come under fire for its 'sexist' Milky Pin-Ups advertising campaign. Are the posters offensive? Or necessary to distance Fairlife from ordinary milk?

Spotlight

SurePure begins commercial photopurification trials at Indian dairies

SurePure initiates commercial photopurification trials at Indian dairies

SurePure has initiated commercial trials of its photopurification technology with "key dairy producers" in India.

New Zealand issues labelling regulations for exported infant formula

New Zealand issues labelling regulations for exported infant formula

The New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has issued labelling regulations for exported infant formula products.

Quarter of all milk adulterated, minister promises more effective laws
India

Quarter of all milk adulterated, minister promises more effective laws

More than a quarter of all samples of milk taken across India are adulterated, the country’s health...

Infant formula industry has 'responsibility to adhere' to WHO Code
SPECIAL EDITION: INFANT NUTRITION

Infant formula industry has 'responsibility to adhere' to WHO Code principles

The infant formula industry has a "responsibility to adhere" to the principles of the WHO Code, manufacturer representatives...

Infant formula industry should engage NGOs
Special edition: Infant Nutrition

Engaging NGOs critical to infant formula’s future

The infant formula industry must engage NGOs on the benefits of their products, according to scientists at...

Infant formula health claims: Cognitive, immunity too tough
SPECIAL EDITION: INFANT NUTRITION

Cognitive health and immunity tough for infant formula claims, warns consultant

Infant formula makers are focused on immunity and cognitive health but should turn to essential vitamins and...