dairy product


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dairy product

[′der·ē prä·dəkt]
(food engineering)
Any food made from milk or milk products.
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Since milk is easily contaminated because of the fermentation of lactose, dairy products need to be packed in durable materials.
Dairy Food Market in the India, which is driven by rise in consumption levels, higher share of value added dairy products and rising scope for branded players registered revenues of India ~ billion in FY'2010.
Incidence density ratios (IDRs) for nonpasteurized product-associated outbreaks and outbreak-associated cases during legal and illegal state-years varied by the type of dairy product (milk or cheese) and are reported separately.
Middle Eastern countries and Turkic Republics were Turkey's main dairy product export markets.
Glico Dairy Products is focused on the production and sales of milk and juice products, and has a strong presence in supermarkets nationwide.
As a result, demand for rich dairy products will experience no growth during 2004, but sales of dairy products identified with a healthy diet will rise.
But it is the first time that a commitment has been received to pass back increases in product prices, particularly cheese, by the largest supplier of dairy products in the UK.
Functional dairy products for gastrointestinal infections and dysfunction.
Dairy products do not lead to alterations in body weight or fat mass in young women in a 1-year intervention.
The National Milk Producers Federation has approved a plan called CWT, Cooperatives Working Together, in an effort to decrease milk production and dairy product inventories.
In 2011, the rapid increase in the output growth rate of liquid milk drove the rapid increase of that in the overall dairy product industry.

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