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Dairy Dialog podcast 45: Rabobank and Pack Expo

Dairy Dialog podcast 45: Rabobank and Pack Expo

By Jim Cornall

The podcast this week features two interviews. The first is with Thomas Bailey, executive director of dairy research at Rabobank North America, talking about Rabobank’s latest report, ‘Making Milk Cool Again.’

Each keto variety has about 1g of sugar and 1g net carbs per serving, but are higher in calories than the core line.

Enlightened debuts Keto Collection pints and bars

By Beth Newhart

US light ice cream brand Enlightened is expanding its range of better-for-you frozen desserts with a keto-specific collection. The line launches this week with seven pint flavors and four bars.

A species of seaweed disrupts enzymes that produce methane in cows.

Antipodean academics have been breaking through in methane production research

Could Australian seaweed reduce methane from cows?

By Richard Whitehead

A puffy pink seaweed that can stop flatulent Friesians and gassy Guernseys from burping out methane is being primed for mass farming by Australian researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast.

“Everyone’s trying to crack the code--how do we get American dairy consumption to keep rising?

Wünder expands US quark options in a sparse market

By Beth Newhart

The curdled, cultured dairy product quark has a huge presence in Europe and Asia, but little to no competition in the US. For five years, Wünder Creamery has been trying to change that.

Dairy farmers called the picnic setting “casual, comfortable and efficient,” for fostering discussions. Pic: DBA

DBA ‘policy picnics’ bolster member engagement

By Beth Newhart

This summer, the Dairy Business Association (DBA) has hosted ‘policy picnics’ in collaboration with the Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative. The member events brings together the dairy community during a time of economic stress.

The prime minister warned legal action would be taken if Bangladeshi exports were hampered due to the spread of rumors by the public and corporations about the antibiotic traces found in the tested milk. Pic: Getty Images/DenizA

Three of 14 fresh milk brands allowed to resume production after antibiotics and metals were identified

Adulterated milk action could come from overseas plot, says Bangladeshi PM

By Richard Whitehead

A face-off between Bangladeshi milk producers and food safety authorities has been partially averted, following the decision by the Supreme Court to stay a lower court’s order to halt the production and sale of products by several of the 14 milk companies...

New products for July 2019.

New in the dairy aisles: July

By Beth Newhart

DairyReporter brings you its monthly round-up of what’s new in the dairy aisles for July 2019.

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