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Yashili to establish $177m milk processing plant in New Zealand
By DBR Staff Writer
Chinese infant milk production and distribution company Yashili International is set to invest RMB1.1bn ($177m) to establish a milk processing facility in New Zealand.
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Fonterra unveils new site at Darfield
By DBR Staff Writer
Fonterra has opened a new Darfield site and kicked-off live share trading among the co-operative’s farmers.
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Fonterra probiotic reduces occurrence of eczema symptoms: Study
By DBR Staff Writer
Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001, a probiotic developed from dairy cultures by Fonterra Nutrition, has been shown to have significant long term benefits for children suffering from eczema, according to a study by the University of Otago’s Wellington Asthma Research Group.
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Yogurt consumption reduces hypertension: Study
By DBR Staff Writer
Long-term yogurt-eaters are less likely to develop high blood pressure than those who do not eat, according to a new study.
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Egyptian dairy, juice manufacturer Juhayna invests on IBM technology
By DBR Staff Writer
Juhayna Food Industries, an Egyptian dairy and fruit juice producer, is investing $1.15m on a smarter computing infrastructure by IBM to transform its business model to support current and future expansion plans.
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Jamba Juice to unveil new fruit, dairy beverage for K-12 schools
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Jamba Juice Company is to unveil a newly formulated fruit and dairy smoothie beverage for K-12 schools at the School Nutrition Association conference in Denver.
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Jamba Juice, National Dairy Council develop new smoothie for schools
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Jamba Juice Company and National Dairy Council have collaborated to create new fat-free milk and whole fruit smoothie for schools with the aim to reduce childhood obesity.
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Olam buys Nigerian dairy, beverage firm Kayass
By DBR Staff Writer
Olam International, a Singapore-based, integrated supply chain manager and processor of agricultural products and food ingredients, has acquired 100% equity interest in Nigerian dairy and beverage company Kayass Enterprises for $66.5m.
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Inventure Foods to add new smoothies to Jamba at home line up
By DBR Staff Writer
Inventure Foods, a US-based specialty food marketer and manufacturer, is to expand Jamba 'at home' Smoothies line with the addition of Pomegranate Pick-Me-Up and Acai Super-Antioxidant, which contain non-fat Greek yogurt in their formulation.
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Lifeway Foods expands kefir dairy product line distribution
By DBR Staff Writer
Lifeway Foods, a US-based supplier of kefir cultured dairy products, has nearly trippled its kefir cultured dairy product line distribution and added new flavors at Target stores.
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Teeba Investment unveils two new labeneh flavors in Jordan
By DBR Staff Writer
Teeba Investment for Developed Food Processing, a Middle-East-based food and beverage company, has introduced two new labaneh flavored products in Jordan.
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Dairy Goat Co-operative aims to double milksolids production
By DBR Staff Writer
New Zealand-based Dairy Goat Co-operative aims to double its production of milksolids from 2 million kg to 4.5 million kg in the next three years and is currently looking for 10 goat milk supply farms in Waikato.
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Quail Hollow to open powdered milk processing plant in Nevada
By DBR Staff Writer
Quail Hollow, a subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), plans to open a new powdered milk manufacturing facility in Fallon, Nevada.
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Fonterra to install new drier at Darfield site
By DBR Staff Writer
Fonterra, a New Zealand-based multinational dairy co-operative, plans to invest around NZ$300m ($245.20m) to install a second drier at its milk powder plant in Darfield, Canterbury.
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GEA to build EUR33m milk powder plant in Tasmania
By DBR Staff Writer
GEA Process Engineering, a Denmark-based multinational specialist in design and development of process solutions, has secured a EUR33m contact for the delivery of a production facility for milk powder in Tasmania, Australia.
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