Articles by James Dudlicek

Ups and Downs

November 1, 2008
Rising milk prices continue pushing dollar sales higher and pulling volume lower.
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State of the Industry 2008: From Private Label to Foreign Trade

November 1, 2008
The dairy industry is complex and dynamic, so as 2008 ends we take a close look at every dairy category, including sales and product launches.
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Packaging Technology: Thar They Blow

October 1, 2008
Blow molding expected to play a more prominent role in processors’ attempts to increase efficiency and save money.
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Plant Close-up: Turkey Hill

October 1, 2008
Turkey Hill’s Conestoga, Pa., plant keeps up with efficiency and new product rollouts.
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Corporate Profile: Turkey Hill Dairy

October 1, 2008
Turkey Hill continues to score with new products by listening to its consumers.
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Processing and Operations: The Heat is On

September 1, 2008
 Energy costs are driving developments in heat-exchanger technology.
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Plant Close-up: Circle of Life

September 1, 2008
Glanbia’s barrel cheese plant in Gooding, Idaho, is an exercise in sustainability.
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Corporate Profile: Glanbia Foods

September 1, 2008
The Idaho-based processor is part of a global effort to promote cheese and dairy-based nutrition.
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Upstate Niagara Plant Focus

August 1, 2008
Quality, safety and capacity needs were built into Upstate Niagara’s new Buffalo-area plant. The facility was designed and constructed on a greenfield site, which allowed Upstate Niagara to incorporate a variety of new technologies to address product safety and security, energy efficiency and plant automation.
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Corporate Profile: Upstate Niagara

August 1, 2008
Empire statement:  The 2006 merger of the Upstate Farms and Niagara Milk cooperatives has created a company that can boast $570 million in annual sales from a full line of dairy products. 
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