With a strengthening economy, many North American dairy processors and other food manufacturers are poised to take advantage of new market growth, allocating funds to expand operations and in many cases build new plants to meet growing demand.
There will be a homecoming of sorts in San Antonio at the end of March. Dairy and ice cream’s logistics, distribution, and fleet management professionals will gather for the 37th installment of the Dairy Distribution and Fleet Management Conference.
Editors Note: The following showcase of cheesemaking equipment offers details on an assortment of process and cutting equipment items from a number of different manufacturers. For the latest equipment releases throughout the year, please refer the plant operations section of our Buyers Mart.
Suppliers to the dairy industry represent a variety of disciplines, from engineering and packaging, to food science and laboratory expertise. This issue of Dairy Foods give you a chance to get a better look at who these suppliers are and what they do.
Dairy Management Inc., Rosemont, Ill.- On behalf of the Office of the CEO at Dairy Management Inc., Gail Barnes Ph.D. will be responsible for leading development and execution of the growth platform for fluid milk in the United States, with specific focus on innovation and availability.
The lineage of today’s driver and vehicle related on-board systems traces directly back to the cable-driven mechanical tach-o-graph, which was the on-board data collection device until well into the 1970s.
A new, free white paper, entitled “Technological Innovation in Dairy Product Analysis,” examines the resulting demands that lab managers will face, regarding both product testing procedures and analytical instrumentation and the technological innovations they’ll need to employ to successfully respond.