The U.S. dairy community plays an essential role in ensuring a safe and consistent supply of nutritious and delicious dairy foods for people and communities across the globe.
We share a commitment – from the farm to the table – to responsibly producing the dairy foods we all enjoy and depend upon. U.S. dairy farmers are taking strong action, always innovating to produce milk and dairy products with fewer resources.
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Dairy products and ingredients—such as U.S. whey and milk proteins—are a delicious way to enjoy the wonderful nutrition naturally found in cow’s milk.
While protein is naturally found in a variety of animal and plant foods, there is a wide variance in protein quality. U.S. dairy proteins stand out as a high quality, complete source of protein containing all the essential amino acids. Whey protein is also the leading source of the amino acid leucine, which is important for healthy aging by playing a central role in stimulating muscle protein synthesis.
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As the world navigates unprecedented times, focusing on what matters most is paramount for collective healing—protecting the health and well-being of people and communities alongside careful stewardship of our natural resources.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day celebration, which also charts a history of increasing interest in the entire food supply chain, from who grows our food, where it comes from and how it’s made. Thanks to U.S. dairy farmers’ legacy of relentless dedication to careful management and continuous adoption of innovative practices, they’ve proven emblematic of the sustainability initiatives and environmental mindfulness celebrated on this occasion.
Consumers have many different proteins to choose from. No proteins have experienced greater growth than dairy proteins, though. Susan Larson details the rise of dairy proteins in the latest Dairy Detective column from Dairy Foods magazine.Read More
Dairy proteins are examined for their positive contributions in human nutrition, manufacturing and global demand of dairy ingredients. The peer-reviewed March 2015 Journal of Food Science Volume 80, Supplement 1 is available online. Publication of this supplement was made possible by the National Dairy Council and U.S. Dairy Export Council and includes papers from subject matter experts on the following topics: