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August 2006


   Features   
STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 2006
- Carving Out A Niche
- Shining Star
Processors are undeniably upbeat about milk’s bright future.
- No End In Sight
America’s love affair with cheese grows stronger.
- The Right Balance
Ice cream makers struggle to keep their products relevant.
- Reaching For The Stars
As yogurt’s fortunes climb, cottage cheese’s struggles appear far from over.
- Mixed Bag
Bouncing back from pricing woes,butter makers face competition.
- Putting Health First
Processors unveil a wealth of new products that offer an added boost of heathfulness.
- Continental Shifts
As the world shrinks, the global market for U.S.-made dairy products expands.
- Trade Update
- Paving The Way
- Innovations For Life
Ingredients and technologies make the newest dairy products healthier.
- Staying On Trend

   Departments   
Editorial
- Everybody Wins

MarketWatch
- Disappointing Delay
- News Wires
- Image Makers Product And Promotion News
- Awarding Excellence
- The Front Page Is For Losers — The Sports Page Is For Winners
- Recognizing Contributions To Dairy Science
- Pricy Oil Could Squeeze Margins
- Roger Capps: 1935-2006
- People On The Move

New Products
- Luigi’s® No-Sugar-Added Real Italian Ice, Ruggles® Bumpy Road Ice Cream and more...

Global New Products
- International Round-Up
- Specialty Cheese Spotlight

Supplier’s Marketplace
- PH Solution Kit, New Web Site And Software Program and more...
- Supplier’s News
- Innovation At Work
- Leveraging Strengths

The Udder End
- Dairy Charity

Advertiser Index
- Index

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