dairy products

Resources on Dairy Products

Dairy products are generally defined as foods produced from cow's or domestic buffalo's milk. Specialty dairy products may include organic, sheep, goat, water buffalo, imported and premium cheese, creamery, butter, and yogurt.

Examples of Specialty: Tillamook, Cabot, Kerrygold, Plugra, Athenos, Laughing Cow, Fage, Woodstock Water Buffalo, Emmi

 

Cheese Safety
U.S. FDA Product-Specific Information, last updated on 05/29/2009
This website provides useful retail food safety information for the cheese and dairy-based products that are regulated by the FDA.

Cheese Production: Fact Sheets for the Small Scale Food Entrepreneur
Yogurt Production: Fact Sheets for the Small Scale Food Entrepreneur
The Northeast Center for Food Entrepreneurship at the New York State Food Venture Center, Cornell University, published in 2007
These documents provide suggestions that will help make safe and successful cheese and yogurt products.

Dairy Management Inc.
A non-profit domestic and international planning and management organization responsible for increasing demand for U.S. produced dairy products on behalf of America's dairy farmers.

Dairy Processing
NC State University Extension Publications, last modified on 08/04/2010
Preventing Antibiotic Residues in Milk
BST and Milk
Producing Safe, High Quality Dairy Products
Protecting the Safety of Milk
Using the Bulky Flavor Dilution

Dairy Products
USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service
This report contains information on the production of butter, cheese, frozen products, evaporated, condensed, and dry milke and whey products; shipments, stocks, and prices of dry milke and whey products for major states and U.S..

Dairy Programs
USDA Agricultural Marketing Services
Dairy Programs assists the dairy industry by providing stability and orderliness in the dairy marketplace, while at the same time assuring the availability of an adequate supply of high-quality milk and dairy products for U.S. consumption.

The Dairy Report
A blog written by health professionals who seek to provide the latest news, analysis and opinion on dairy nutrition and health research and events.

Milk and Milk Products
This publication presents both theoretical and practical information on the processing of milk and milk products, including nutritional significance, standard testing procedures, separation of milk components, cultured dairy products, and suitabilityfor small-scale production..

National Dairy Council (NDC)
NDC provides science-based nutrition information to, and in collaboration with, a variety of stakeholders committed to fostering a healthier society, including health professionals, educators, school nutrition directors, academia, industry, consumers, and media.

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF)
An organization that develops and carries out policies that advance the well being of dairy producers and the cooperatives they own.

Oregon Dairy Council
A non-profit nutrition education organization provides resources that include Dietary Approaches to Hypertension (DASH) recipes and menus, the pyramid explorer; nutrition adventures and the Pyramid Plus, as well as nutrition information realted with dairy products.

Oregon Dairy Industries (ODI)
ODI's mission includes promoting and elevating interest in the dairy products of the Pacific Northwest, and fostering and encouraging the dairy industry in the region..

The U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC)
A non-profit, independent membership organization that represents the export trade interests of U.S. milk producers, proprietary processors, dairy cooperatives, and export traders.

         

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