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The ADSA Graduate Student Division invites you to join us for the next installment of the Pioneers in Dairy Science webinar series. Featured speakers will provide a historical perspective of how their professional work has shaped modern day Dairy Science.
May 20, 2015 at 12:00 pm CDT
The DUMPS Story: Serendipity in Dairy Science
Drs. Roger D. Shanks and James L. Robinson
As an added bonus, the webinar has been approved for one (1) ARPAS CEU!
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Since 1917, people have believed that the holes in Swiss cheese are caused by carbon dioxide released by bacteria present in milk. However, a new study from Agroscope and the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology found that the culprit is actually hay particles in the milk the cheese is made from.
Dairy Foods is hosting a webinar on June 24 titled “How to avoid the 10 most common defects in cheese.”
The Food and Drug Administration will discuss what dairies can do to prevent future recalls at IDFA’s Regulatory RoundUP meeting in June in Washington.
Yoplait Berry Pomegranate Yogurt & Juice and Dill Pickle Sour Cream Dip were named the most innovative milk or cultured products at IDFA’s Innovative Milk and Cultured Dairy Products Contest.
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