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IFT17 Dairy Prototype Series: Reduced-sodium Protein Udon Soup
Less sodium, increased protein and more convenience fits the needs of consumers looking for high-quality comfort food without extravagant preparation. The ingredients derived from milk offer the chance to achieve these benefits without adding unrecognizable ingredients to product labels.
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Dairy Proteins Measured as High-Quality by Proposed New Method
A new, more accurate method for measuring protein quality lists dairy proteins as one of the highest-quality sources available. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) previously recommended using the digestible indispensable amino acid scores (DIAAS) for the most correct protein quality measurement. Now, after more than 20 years as the selected method, the protein digestibility-corrected amino acid scores (PDCAAS) could be replaced with DIAAS. Here’s why, and why no matter the method, dairy remains one of the highest scoring protein sources.
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U.S. Dairy Trade Momentum Strong Heading into 2017
U.S. dairy exporters boosted volume across a number of key products and markets in November 2016, a potential indication that 2017 could be another strong year for U.S. dairy demand across the globe. Here is a snapshot of the past reporting period: 168,706 tons of milk powders, cheese, butterfat, whey and lactose were exported in November, the most in 18 months, and topping year-ago levels for the sixth straight month. Overall, the U.S. dairy export value was $429 million in November, up 14% from a year earlier.