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  1. Labour vs the supermarkets: Plans for new watchdog to stop retailers squeezing suppliersRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | The Independent

    ... Tacon "in any way" but rather her powers and remit. The need for a tough regulator is particularly apparent in the UK milk industry, she said, where 10,000 dairy farmers, or half of the total, have gone out of business in the past decade as ...

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  2. Wendyl Wants To Know: Additives make sausage roll ... into a binRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald

    ... very high salt product at 1530mg of sodium. The daily recommended amount of sodium is between 930 and 2300mg per adult. Milk solids These are what's left of milk once the water has been removed and will be in here to pad out the cheese component. ...

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  3. From Kimchi to Kombucha, here are the five thins you need to know about probiotics.Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Supermarket Guru

    ... a supplement, in fact there are a variety of probiotic rich foods here are a few examples: Kefir: a tangy, fermented milk product very similar to yogurt; it can be made from cows, goats or sheep's milk and is delicious in smoothies or to drink on ...

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  4. Three Mile Island has a partial nuclear meltdown in 1979Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    ... most about radioactive iodine, which can accumulate in the thyroid either through breathing or through drinking milk." William Dornsife, nuclear engineer for the state Department of Environmental Resources, said that the radioactive materials could ...

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  5. Agritech Expo to address finance challenges of the Zambian farming communityRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Digital Post Production

    ... in Zambia. Mr Bruce Dick explains: "the first one was the ?Loan A Cow? facility which helps dairy farmers acquire milk producing cows without using conventional collateral as we know it and the other one was the mechanization facility which help ...

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  6. More than one-third of Division I college athletes may have low vitamin D levelsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... billion people globally have insufficient or deficient vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is found in fish, regularly added to milk and dairy products in the U.S., and available as a supplement. Vitamin D also is produced in the body through sun exposure. ...

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  7. Thousands sign Cumbrian vicar's minimum milk price petitionRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Cumberland News

    ... House of Commons. More than 31,402 people have added their signature to the call for the Government to set a minimum milk price to protect the future of the industry, an important element of Cumbria's economy. Dairy farmers in Cumbria, it is ...

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  8. Between sunscreen and indoor lifestyles, bodies crave vitamin DRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

    ... computers. When we're out, we wear clothing or sunscreen to protect us from cancer." Although the advent of D-fortified milk in 1932 eliminated widespread rickets (soft bones) among children, milk is no longer a diet staple. Gone are the "Ozzie and ...

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  9. Milk sector prospects 'encouraging', as EU quotas endRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | EUobserver

    Farmers are already increasing their number of cows in anticipation of the end of the milk quota system Although the decision to abolish the quota for dairy farmers was made 12 years ago, it comes at a time when prospects for the sector are "encouraging", EU agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan said at a press conference Thursday . The milk quota system, which put a cap on European farmers' dairy output since 1984, will be abolished on Wednesday .

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  10. Farmers hit by milk price crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Ludlow Advertiser

    ... Holstein dairy cattle, 200 beef cattle, and 40 calves. Milking takes place twice a day producing 800,000 litres of milk a year most of which is sold with a small proportion kept to feed the calves. The rub is that while Phil's milk is 'gold ...

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  11. It's Madness! More than one-third of Division I college athletes may have low vitamin D levelsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    Up to 1 billion people globally have insufficient or deficient vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is found in fish, regularly added to milk and dairy products in the U.S., and available as a supplement.

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  12. Olympian Klim face of the dairy industryRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Advocate

    ... thought he was chosen as Dairy Australia's Legendairy Ambassador. "Not only do I love the stuff, but my surname spells milk backwards. Surely it's a no-brainer fit." Throughout his career, Klim said his swimming competitors and friends like Kieran ...

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  13. Shelley Fralic: The hidden treasure of B.C. dairy farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Canada.com

    ... of the B.C. Dairy Historical Society, and says the Clymers were originally commissioned in 1925 by the Fraser Valley Milk Producers' Association to be hung in the windows of the depot. It was, he says, "an early exercise in promoting the milk ...

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  14. EU says end of milk quotas mean opportunities in AsiaRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | West Australian

    European dairy farmers will be better poised to benefit from world demand for their products, particularly in Asia, when three-decade old milk quotas are lifted next week, the EU pointman on agriculture said Thursday. But Phil Hogan, the agriculture commissioner, also told a press conference he will "remain vigilant" in case of a threat to Europe's milk producers as he acknowledged the risk of price volatility.

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  15. Finance news you need to know todayRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    ... will be better poised to benefit from world demand for their products, particularly in Asia, when three-decade old milk quotas are lifted next week, the EU pointman on agriculture says. SHANGHAI - Chinese energy firm PetroChina says its net profit ...

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  16. Diversity when milking the boomRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Mercury

    This is great news for the sector and marks it out as one of the nation's leading dairy regions with regards to expansion and investment. The 444 dairy farms in Tasmania produce about 800 million litres of milk a year, worth more than $340 million, which is almost 30 per cent of the state's total agricultural commodity value.

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  17. FirstFarms sees milk price staying low for 2015Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | Agrimoney.com

    FirstFarms forecast milk prices staying "low" this year, after the "drastic" drop late in 2014, as the Eastern European farm operator braced investors for a sharp retreat in profits. The Danish-listed company said that its operating profits, which jumped 72% to DKK19.17m last year, could lose all that ground - and potentially more - in 2015, falling to DKK6m-11m.

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  18. Finance News Update, what you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    ... will be better poised to benefit from world demand for their products, particularly in Asia, when three-decade old milk quotas are lifted next week, the EU pointman on agriculture says. SHANGHAI - Chinese energy firm PetroChina says its net profit ...

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  19. Food Matters | Don't underestimate Bar Cotto's torta frittaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    ... heart is the town of Parma. Lots of grain is grown here for pasta, along with grass for cows. Dairy farmers milk the cows; cooperatives use it to make great cheese like Parmigiano. The whey is sold off and fed to barns full of hungry piglets. When ...

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  20. Calle Ocho's Azucar Ice Cream Plans to Double ProductionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Miami New Times

    ... three shops strewn across Miami. Now, she says the plan is to find dairy farms in north Florida or Georgia to cart the milk to Miami, where it will be pasteurized before it's sweetened and frozen. "When it's not fun I'll scale it back," she says. ...

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