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capitalpress.com

Ranchers say 'lab grown'; startups say 'cultivated'

Companies developing protein products from animal cells favor labeling their goods "cultivated," a description opposed by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. The Alliance for Meat, Poultry and Seafood Innovation argues that "cultivated hamburger," "cultivated chicken nuggets," etc., captures its members' methods. The cattlemen's association says its research shows consumers will...
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WBAY Green Bay

3 BRILLIANT MINUTES: The weird, the wonderful and the watery

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - In today’s 3 BRILLIANT MINUTES, Brad Spakowitz says he’s covering the world of the weird, the wonderful and the watery. Weird! A tooth grows in an unexpected place. Wonderful! An inventive way to warn people about contaminated dairy products. Watery! A silver lining...
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kcrw.com

‘New Native Kitchen’: Navajo chef’s traditions with modern flair

Indigenous Americans developed rich culinary traditions long before Europeans began colonizing the Americas in the 1500s. They dried and preserved bison, elk, and other meat; created specific planting methods for beans, squash, corn, and other crops; and created complicated flavors with herbs. Freddie Bitsoie, a member of the Navajo Nation,...
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agdaily.com

Report points to first decrease in global milk production since 2019

After more than two years of uninterrupted growth, global milk production is down, with growth expected to dip into negative territory in the final quarter of 2021. Farmgate milk prices are on the rise, in line with higher commodity prices worldwide, but increasing costs of inputs, lack of labor, and unfavorable weather will continue to limit production, according to Rabobank, a Dutch multinational banking and financial services company.
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agupdate.com

U.S. dairy industry faces questions with optimism

There are still questions to be answered before definitive answers can be given, but overall the outlook for the dairy industry for 2022 is optimistic. The impact and ramifications of the pandemic still reverberate throughout agribusiness, indeed all through most businesses. Still, dairy has been able to weather the tainted tempest.
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digismak.com

Hypertension: eating a daily serving of yogurt promotes balance and lowers high levels

Yogurt is one of the most widely consumed dairy products, it is packed with nutrients, it is affordable, and it is associated with a long list of health benefits. In recent years it has become one of the most recommended dietary additions by numerous nutrition trends, its high content of protein, probiotics and healthy fats, They are associated with numerous benefits for digestive, intestinal, immune and heart health. Recently a novel research led by the University of South Australia, confirmed that integrating into the daily diet a dose of yogurt could be the best nutritional ally for people with high blood pressure.
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agri-pulse.com

US dairy lobbies to save exports amid supply chain crisis

The U.S. dairy sector has evolved into an exporting powerhouse, but the international supply chain crisis is hitting the industry so hard that some are beginning to fear production may deteriorate. Warehouses are filling up with dairy products because they can’t get into shipping containers, and that’s creating hardships that...
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xnewsnet.com

High Cholesterol: One of the healthiest dairy products lowers levels and burns fat

LDL is harmful cholesterol that can build up in your blood vessels, increasing your risk of having a heart attack. HDL is a healthy form of cholesterol that removes bad cholesterol from the blood and transports it to the liver where it is broken down safely. By controlling your diet and exercising, you can encourage your body to produce more healthy cholesterol, including eating more of this tasty snack.
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thenationalherald.com

Confused by Expiry Dates, Greeks Toss Out 1M Tons of Food

ΑΤΗΕΝS – Those dates on food packages that many people see as when it must be consumed – but really are the last day on which it should be sold – is leading Greek households to throw out as much as one million tons of foodstuffs annually.
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industryglobalnews24.com

Could the Deal with the UAE on Meat and Dairy Benefit the UK?

Last year, over 597 million pounds of food and drink were exported by the United Kingdom to the GGC countries. The GGC, a regional trading bloc, includes Bahrain, Saudia Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and The United Arab Emirates. The agriculture sector of the UK could benefit greatly from this trade...
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xnewsnet.com

High Blood Pressure: A mere “doll” of this breakfast can lower blood pressure – study

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, affects about a third of adults in the UK, while heart disease that can be caused by this condition requires more than 160,000 lives a year, according to the British Heart Foundation. Here is one breakfast that can help lower high blood pressure and the resulting risk of heart disease, according to a new study.
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mediatodaychronicle.com

Hot Right Now: Indonesia’s palm oil output, Japan’s plant-based labelling rules, China’s Bilibili and more trending stories on our social media

Palm oil offer wretchedness: Fears Indonesian output would possibly presumably perchance perchance no longer meet world assign a query to as economies recover​. Indonesia’s handbook palm oil physique GAPKI is anxious that it will probably probably presumably perchance perchance no longer be in a characteristic to make ample of the commodity this year, on condition that added assign a query to is expected as economies recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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worldrepublicnews.com

If you thought this year was expensive, be prepared for your food bill to go up by almost $ 1,000 in 2022

High food prices were one of the many negative impacts Canadians felt in the pandemic year 2021. And a new report suggests the problem will only get worse next year. Canadian Food Price Guide, released today, is an annual report published by Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph. It is the most comprehensive data set currently available on a topic that affects all Canadians: food.
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The Real Reason Dairy Farmers In California Are Struggling

While COVID-19 negatively impacted many kinds of food products, experts noted that dairy fared better than average. According to Dairy Foods, the consumption of yogurt, cheese, ice cream, and other milk-based products soared during 2020 and it looks like Americans have found a new appreciation for this food group. While the forecasts for this agricultural sector looks incredibly promising, producers in certain parts of the country might have a harder time keeping their industries going.
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kesargrocery.com

Byrne Dairy Half And Half (1 Qt.)

Byrne Dairy knows the dairy products that bear their name are the freshest that you can buy. With every carton of half and half, they strive to bring you wholesome, nutritious products at an exceptional value. Aside from your morning cup of joe, half and half can be used in ice cream, chocolate ganache, scrambled eggs, pasta sauce or even cocktails.
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worldindustrialreporter.com

Biosensor Patch Prevents Contamination of Dairy Products

McMaster University scientists have created a new biosensor patch to detect bacterial contamination in dairy products. Developed in collaboration with Toyota Tsusho Canada, McMaster’s tasteless, food-safe patch can be printed on the inner surface of a container. It basically repels everything but the target organisms, using a biosensor that...
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ukparentslounge.com

Dairy Alternatives Market Size, Growth, Opportunity, Industry Trends, Key Players and Forecast 2021-26

According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Dairy Alternatives Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026”, the global dairy alternatives market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 12% during 2021-2026. Dairy alternatives are dairy-free food and beverage products that are sourced from plants. They are gaining widespread popularity among the masses as the preferred alternative for conventional animal-based milk and milk products. Widely obtained from soy, rice, oats, almond, cashew and coconut, these products are characterized by a similar taste and texture to the traditional dairy products. They are rich in iron, iodine, zinc, calcium, riboflavin, vitamins, minerals, magnesium and potassium with low levels of fat and calories. Consequently, their regular consumption offers numerous health benefits, including repairing damaged cells, maintaining a healthy weight and improving the bone structure.
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