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Gillette Executive Chosen for White Wave Post

October 1, 2005
Joseph E. Scalzo a 46-year-old division president from Gillette Co., has been chosen as the new president of Dean Foods' White Wave Foods unit.
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Kraft Junk Food Ban Goes on the Internet

October 1, 2005
NORTHFIELD, Ill.-Kraft Foods has expanded its self-imposed restrictions on exposing children to junk food marketing by promising to remove some sugary, salty and fatty foods messages from websites aimed at children.
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IDFA 2006 Educational Program Calendar

October 1, 2005
Jan. 15-18 Dairy Forum 2006 La Quinta Resort, La Quinta, Calif. IDFA's premier annual meeting gathers players from all sectors of the dairy industry to discuss and debate the hottest
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Understanding the Role of Dairy Foods in Weight Management

October 1, 2005
Obesity has risen significantly in the United States and is predicted to become the most prevalent public health problem in the United States. Thirty percent of American adults aged 20 - 74-more than 60 million people-are obese. The number of children and teens who are overweight has tripled since 1980. Sixteen percent of children 6 - 19 years-more than 9 million-are considered overweight. If weight gain continues at its present rate, 39% of Americans are estimated to be obese in 2008.
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Culturally Speaking: Aspects of Shelf-Life

October 1, 2005
When I was asked to write on "Aspects of Shelf-life," I was uncertain how to proceed. The factors that limit shelf-life and means to extend shelf-life are at once complex and simple. So, I will begin and end this piece with the same advice: "To maximize shelf-life, pay close attention to the quality of the incoming milk and other ingredients, product formulation, the selection of starter culture, the sanitation program in your plant and maintain the appropriate low-storage temperature."
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Fruity and Nutty

October 1, 2005
Dairy foods have historically served as ideal vehicles for fruits and nuts. The motive for adding fruits and nuts to dairy was to enhance flavor and color. Today, this has expanded to include boosting nutritional profiles.

Research suggests that consumers are seeking foods and beverages with added value in terms of increased nutrition, so fruity and nutty dairy foods can have "real" appeal.

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Industry Editorial: What's in It for You?

October 1, 2005
Trade shows-the good ones, that is-change as their industries change. If you're going to spend precious time away from your business talking with exhibitors, and looking at equipment and ingredient applications, you'd better see something new-something that reflects where you think your business is headed.
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Danone Again? Or...

October 1, 2005
Just when it seemed there was no truth to rumors of a hostile takeover of French Danone by a U.S. food company, the buzz is back. Late in September more discussion surfaced, this time involving Kraft Foods and again, PepsiCo.
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Global Market Basket

September 1, 2005
Look no further than this global review of new products and marketing tactics to get ideas for future innovations. Though some won't fly for a long time here in the States, with others, it is just a matter of a year or two before either you or your competition introduces them to U.S. supermarkets.
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Global Market Embraces U.S. Dairy Offerings

September 1, 2005
U.S. export growth is all about having the right ingredients. After years of researching the markets, buyers' needs, and building awareness for U.S. offerings, exporters are enjoying a surge in sales. They've been able to capitalize on a happy convergence in market conditions: Rising demand, curtailed supply from their competitors, a weak dollar, limits on EU export subsidies and improved market access around the world.
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