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Texas-based Daisy Brand breaks ground on sour cream plant in Ohio

A 200,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility is expected to add 89 jobs in Wooster.
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Daisy Brand broke ground last week on a sour cream facility in Wayne County, Ohio. The 200,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility to be built in the city of Wooster is expected to be fully operational by late 2015. The $116 million project is expected to add 89 jobs
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Dairy news briefs: Biery Cheese, Hilmar, Nestle and more

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Biery Cheese Co., Louisville, Ohio, received a $1 million loan from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. to upgrade its plant in Plover, Wis. The loan is part of a planned $19.7 million project that is expected to create 31 full-time jobs and retain 111 positions at the new location.


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Milkco honored by All Star Association

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Milkco Inc., Asheville, N.C., received the Member of the Year award from All Star Association Inc. at the association’s 56th annual convention in Orlando, Fla., in March. Milkco, a subsidiary of the grocery chain Ingles Markets, also provides dairy, citrus, tea, ice cream mix and bottled water to foodservice distributors, grocery warehouses and independent specialty retailers in 10 states.


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The IDFA opposes raw milk proposal

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In March, two national associations representing dairy processors and dairy producers expressed their opposition to legislation in Congress that would allow the interstate sales of raw milk.


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Analysis: global milk pricing to ease this spring

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An analysis of the global dairy industry by Rabobank, New York, forecasts an easing of global milk pricing through June. Rabobank’s Food & Agribusiness Research and Advisory group said that the exportable dairy supply rose strongly in the last three months of 2013, and is expected to continue into 2014 as producers respond to improved margins through high milk prices and falling feed costs.


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Exclusive beverage survey of flavors and formats

A Dairy Foods survey finds that beverage processors are moving into single-serve formats, offering natural and organic options, and formulating with nontraditional flavors.
By Jim Carper
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Beverage consumers want low-fat, low-sugar and high-protein products made with natural ingredients, according to a new survey of dairy processors. And dairies plan to increase their production of beverages in single-serve formats (16 ounces or less). Beverage makers are using a wide variety of flavors, branching out from the traditional chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.


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This artisan premium ice cream maker uses old-fashioned production techniques

While it has invested in modern processing equipment, it uses some old-fashioned production techniques, like hand ladling.
By Jim Carper
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When an ice cream processor tells me, “We do things a little differently than most,” I think to myself, “That’s what they all say.” True, most dairies do create unique recipes and flavors, but it still comes down to processing, filling and packaging, and how many variations on those themes can there be?


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Welcome to the Ice Cream Club

The Ice Cream Club started as a small scoop shop on Florida’s Atlantic Coast.
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If you are the second- or third-generation family member running a dairy operation, chances are you were too young (or not yet born) to recall the enormity of starting up the business. Often, these dairy entrepreneurs did not have a lot of cash, reams of marketing data or industry-specific knowledge.


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Wisconsin’s Turbo program helps to transfer dairy technology from academia to the private sector

A new program from the University of Wisconsin is designed to help established dairy processors and start-up businesses anywhere in the United States take to market new ideas for dairy foods and beverages.
By Jim Carper
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Are you ready for cotton candy-flavored processed cheese? If that’s not your taste, how about green apple, banana or chocolate flavors?


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Dairy co-op Land O'Lakes to close one cheese plant, expand another in Wisconsin

A cheddar plant in Kiel will be expanded; an Italian cheese plant in Denmark will close on July 1.
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Land O'Lakes Inc. announced today that it is buying silos, vats and other equipment totaling millions of dollars for its Kiel, Wis., cheese plant. Meanwhile, it will close its Denmark, Wis., plant on July 1.


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Milk/Flavored Milk and Non-Dairy Beverages: Opportunities in the Beverage Segment

This free webinar will cover methods and ingredients available to increase protein levels, processing issues related to high-protein beverages, future ingredients and opportunities for protein fortification, adding value to milk and beverages, niche markets for high-protein milk and beverages and case studies of Core Power and Fairlife.

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