Minimally populated Idaho means plenty of open space for raising dairy cows. That smaller population means only a portion of milk produced here goes directly to consumers. That leaves millions of pounds of liquid milk available to make yogurt, cheese and other dairy-related products.
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January 23, 2014
A major Canadian dairy food processing plant recently found itself struggling with odor issues. The plant, which makes a wide range of cheese products for all of Canada, resides in a planned community; careful consideration was given regarding the balance between residential, industrial and commercial usages of the area. Problems with odor destabilized that balance, making local residents and businesses unhappy.
“This acquisition further demonstrates Glanbia’s commitment to innovation and to the long-term sustainability of dairy in Idaho,” said Jeff Williams, President and CEO.
March 19, 2013
“This acquisition further demonstrates Glanbia’s commitment to innovation and to the long-term sustainability of dairy in Idaho,” said Jeff Williams, President and CEO of Glanbia Foods. “This manufacturing plant represents the ‘right size’ cheese plant that will allow us to take new product development out of our Cheese Innovation Center to commercial scale in a reduced time cycle,” continued Williams.
The topic of sodium reduction in dairy products continues to garner attention within the dairy industry, whether it is focused on the possible health benefits of a low-sodium product or the safety risks that can come with lower salt levels.
Basics of quality cheese manufacture with emphasis on artisan/farmstead cheese manufacture. Includes 1 day of hands-on cheese making activities, cheese sensory evaluation, and other considerations in starting a small scale cheese making business. Read More
On Demand Join Dr. John A. Lucey of the Center for Dairy Research for a free webinar about the best practices for controlling cheese functionality. Dr. Lucey also is professor of Food Science at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the author of the popular Cheese Doctor column in Dairy Foods.