Consumer Insights, Permeate, Middle East/North Africa, Whey Protein, WPC, Egypt, Student Competition
U.S. Dairy Making Its Mark with Student Innovators
The opportunities for innovation with U.S. whey ingredients truly are infinite when creativity and imagination combine to craft new flavors and textures with commercial appeal. Unleashing young, emerging talents from around the world can unlock the potential of U.S. dairy to meet global consumer trends.
U.S. Dairy Proteins Meet New Recommendations for Athletes
Three highly respected organizations recently released a new position paper on sports nutrition touting the benefits of dairy protein. In it, the American College of Sports Medicine, The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Dietitians of Canada take a fresh look at protein recommendations for athletes of all levels. Specifically, when and how often protein should be consumed.
Strong U.S. Dairy Commitment Evident at Gulfood 2016
Increased participation by U.S. dairy companies at Gulfood 2016, despite current market conditions, testifies to the industry’s commitment to be a long-term partner. As the appetite for gourmet and trendy food grows in the Middle East and globally, U.S. Dairy is best positioned to deliver a steady, reliable supply of high-quality cheeses and dairy ingredients.
Protecting Your Right to Choose Your Cheese Supply Source
Cheese is increasingly familiar and popular around the world, even in cultures where consumption is non-traditional. Europe is, of course, well-known as a cheese producer and supplier but countries like Australia, New Zealand and the United States have become key suppliers as well, offering global importers and end-users alike a much broader selection to choose from for both Old World favorites such as parmesan, camembert and havarti or new creations like monterey jack.