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dairy product

[′der·ē prä·dəkt]
(food engineering)
Any food made from milk or milk products.
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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.
Scientists found that in fact higher consumption of low-fat fermented dairy products, which include all yogurt varieties and some low-fat cheeses, also reduced the relative risk of diabetes by 24 percent overall.
Overall, dairy product use was not associated with weight loss.
Failure of the consumer to store the dairy product at an appropriate temperature probably contributed to 3 other outbreaks.
5 million USD from 78,516 tons of dairy product exports in 2010.
Kirin Beverage will continue to entrust production of cold drinks to the subsidiary, Koiwai Dairy Products Co.
At the same time, an ever increasing number of households will move beyond the prime age for dairy product consumption.
The National Farmers' Union has won a commitment from Dairy Crest, the largest supplier of dairy products, that increases in prices for cheese and other dairy products will be passed back to dairy farmers.
New cutting-edge study "Research Report on China's Dairy Product Industry, 2013-2017" worked out by China Research and Intelligence (CRI) draws up an elaborate picture of China's dairy product industry.
A major part of the milk and dairy product facilities are located in Turkey's Aegean and Marmara regions.
As part of the worldwide commodity price boom, much has been written about the high prices of butter, cheese and other dairy product commodities.

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