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Consider three key trends in choosing dairy and food packaging equipment

Dairy processors need to think about ramped-up health and safety efforts, track-and-trace evolution and ‘healthy convenience.’
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Kraft Heinz debuts Philadelphia Dips

The dips come in three varieties.
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The Foundation of the FPSA offering Food Industry Technician certification program

The first class is set to graduate from Lincoln Tech in January 2019.
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Ben & Jerry’s fans choose Bob Marley’s One Love as limited-edition fave

The flavor will make a temporary return to store shelves and scoop shops.
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The 2018 Pack Expo International event featured the latest in packaging and packaging equipment

Aseptic PET Packaging, Horizontal Flow Wrapping Machine, plus much more!
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Hope & Sesame launches organic sesamemilks

The vegan ‘milks’ are available in five varieties.
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Congress passes farm bill

The bill now awaits signing by President Trump.
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Arla Foods to acquire Kraft-branded cheese business in Middle East, Africa from Mondelēz International

The Philadelphia cream cheese and Jocca cottage cheese brands are not included in the sale.
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Buyers beware of counterfeit hygienic equipment

A little over two years ago, 3-A Sanitary Standards Inc. (3-A SSI) became aware that some companies from China were using the trademarked 3-A Symbol without authorization.
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IDFA commends Agriculture Committee leaders for farm bill that benefits dairy

The bill improves dairy risk management, boosts milk consumption.
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Cultured dairy: Rethinking phage

It seems like anything, your insightful comments, cat pictures, video of your coworker falling over, can be instantly shared, then spread from one smartphone, connected mind to the next, like a super-contagious flu. There rarely seems to be any rhyme or reason to their spread.
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Quenching more than thirst

Some of today’s fastest-growing dairy and nondairy beverage categories speak to consumers’ desire for health and other functional benefits.
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Dairy consumption may promote heart health

Since National Dairy Council’s inception over a century ago, the body of research linking dairy foods with reduced risk of disease has continued to grow.
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Président launches Gourmet Pairings spreadable cheese

The smooth and creamy cheese line features gourmet toppings.
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Danone North America introduces Light & Fit Two Good Greek yogurt

The yogurt line has only 2 grams of sugar.
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GMO labeling: What’s in a name?

“That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet,” Shakespeare said. But would calling foods and ingredients “bioengineered” rather than “genetically modified” make them more acceptable to consumers?
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Ecolab contributes to Dairy Adventure at Fair Oak Farms in Indiana

The company made a $500,000 donation to the interactive dairy experience.
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WCMA names 10 cheese leaders to be recognized with awards at 2019 Cheese Industry Conference

John Epprecht of Great Lakes Cheese to receive Life Member Award.
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Aseptic and ESL processing: Here’s to a longer shelf life

Limited shelf life has long been a challenge for many refrigerated food and beverage segments, and the dairy sector is no exception.
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FDA strategy promises progress on standards and labeling

Consumers walking down the dairy aisle have their choice of many different brands and products, from traditional favorites to new offerings with novel tastes, textures, flavors and nutritional content. When they’re making purchase decisions, product labels matter.
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We’d be foolish to ignore dairy alternatives

In recent months, we’ve received a bit of criticism, via email, online comments and other avenues, over our occasional coverage of plant-based dairy alternatives. The comments basically boil down to one complaint: that we’re somehow harming the dairy processing industry with such coverage.
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2018 Processor of the Year: Land O’Lakes is a cooperative powerhouse

When 320 dairy farmers came together in St. Paul, Minn., back in 1921 to form the Minnesota Cooperative Creameries Association, they likely didn’t have big dreams of becoming a cooperative powerhouse. They simply wanted to market their milk effectively.
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Babybel introduces Babybel Cheese & Crackers snack packs

The snacks are available in three varieties: original paired with crunchy mini butter crackers, white cheddar paired with crunchy mini butter crackers, and light paired with crunchy mini whole-grain wheat crackers.
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Only modest growth for natural cheese

Cheese is one of the most versatile foods around, with consumers enjoying it as a snack, as part of a meal and as an ingredient in countless dishes.
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Opposites attract in the frozen dessert market

Over the past few years, freezer cases have been filling up with a new class of creamy, dreamy treats that bear all the hallmarks of sinful indulgence while delivering more pluses (think protein and fiber) and fewer minuses (added sugar or “artificial” anything), to boot.
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Silgan Closures launches Free Closures for a Year contest

Winners will also receive food production consulting and a package evaluation.
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FrieslandCampina acquires U.S. cheese importer Jana Foods

The acquisition will strengthen FrieslandCampina position in supplying specialty Dutch cheese to U.S. consumers.
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Hiland Dairy adds Custard flavor to flavored milk lineup

The holiday flavor, which is said to taste like melted ice cream, is available for a limited time.
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Dairy Pricing Association makes cheese purchase for charity

The cheese will go to U.S. food pantries in an effort that also aims to boost class III milk prices.
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Our top 10 ‘Best New Dairy Products of 2018’

Dairy Foods chose its 10 best new dairy products of 2018, including squeezable Greek yogurt, chocolate whipped topping, skyr cream cheese and more.
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