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dairy product

[′der·ē prä·dəkt]
(food engineering)
Any food made from milk or milk products.
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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.
According to new report available with Million Insights, Dairy product, or "Milk Product" or "Lacticinia" is an essential part of our daily diet.
Well, a new study has shed light on the fact that consuming an adequate amount of milk and other dairy products at different stages of life prevents an individual from chronic diseases.
The researchers also observed that the most widely consumed low-fat fermented dairy product was sour milk, and that eating high-fat fermented dairy foods, such as cheese, did not appear to sway CHD risk one way or the other.
KARACHI -- Legal wrangling over the fixing of fresh milk's price appeared to take a final turn on Tuesday when the Sindh High Court directed the city commissioner to notify dairy products' prices within 10 days as the retailers asked the court to set the price of the daily-use commodity at Rs98 per litre.
Earlier, the petitioner had informed the court that authorities concerned were unable to ensure selling of milk at administration's fixed prices, adding that dairy products were not being sold under Price Control and Prevention Profiteering and Hoarding Act, 1977.
It was seen that those women who had high intake of ice creams, cheese, yoghurt or any other dairy product had 21 per cent chances of getting pregnant compared with those who avoided dairy products.
Lozano added that if GenSan, and the rest of the Region 12 areas can be developed as dairy product producers, adding that this would help bring forward the country's economy to a much better stage.
The farm bill eliminates four dairy programs: the Dairy Product Price Support Program, Dairy Export Incentive Program, Federal Milk Marketing Order Review Commission and, beginning July 1, 2014, the Milk Income Loss Contract Program (MILC).
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Russia's consumer rights watchdog set out conditions Monday for lifting a controversial ban on imports of Lithuanian dairy products.
Overall, dairy product use was not associated with weight loss.
The global dairy market is expected to grow at a rate of more than 2% a year, particularly in the newly emerging economies, but with dairy product supply growing at only 1%, the balance between supply and demand is forecast to become even tighter in the future.

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