Exports of butter to the Middle East are off; Japan, Saudi Arabia, Panama and Mexico cut back on their imports of U.S. cheeses.
August 25, 2015
Domestic consumption of dairy products has been strong throughout 2015 and has helped to offset both increased milk production and declining U.S. exports, reports the National Milk Producers Federation.
Kroger's milk plant in Denver was one of 11 facilities nominated for our Plant of the Year award. More than 5,200 votes were cast on dairyfoods.com. Dairy Foods will present the award at the International Dairy Show in Chicago in September.
Prof. John Lucey of the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research reviewed more than 50 scientific articles related to raw milk.
August 18, 2015
A food science professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, finds there is no convincing evidence to suggest that the consumption of raw milk provides any health benefits related to improved nutrition, lactose intolerance or better digestion.
Dairy Foods' 22nd annual Dairy 100 report identifies the largest dairy processors based in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Three companies are based in Canada and one in Mexico. Wisconsin is home to the most Dairy 100 firms (12), followed by California and Minnesota (each with 10).
The 2016 Membrane Technology Forum will be the 11th consecutive year that Dairy Foods and Membrane Filtration World have partnered to bring you a unique and intimate environment dedicated to the exchange of ideas on membrane technologies and their applications.