Cheese Reporter

Front Page - June 11 • Volume 145, No. 52

FDA Issues Final Rule To Revise Standard Of Identity For Yogurt
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week issued a final rule that revokes the standards of identity for lowfat yogurt and nonfat yogurt and amends the standard of identity for yogurt in numerous respects...

Cheese Production Jumped 8% In April; Butter Production Dropped 18.5%
US cheese production during April totaled 1.14 billion pounds, up 8 percent, or 84.2 million pounds, from April 2020, USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) reported last Friday.....

 

USDA To Invest Over $4 Billion To Strengthen Food Supply Chains
Citing lessons learned from the coronavirus pandemic and recent supply chain disruptions, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) on Tuesday announced plans to invest more than $4 billion to strengthen critical supply chains through the Build Back Better initiative.

US Dairy Exports Jumped 32% In April; Dairy Imports Increased 27%
US dairy exports during April were valued at $681.3 million, up 32 percent from April 2020, according to figures released Tuesday by USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS)....


 

A Sample of Inside

More in this week's Cheese Reporter

 

NEW SUPPLIER NEWS, PRODUCTS, SUPPLIES FOR
DAIRY PROCESSORS

Urschel Introduces New Affinity Integra-D Cheese Dicer That’s USDA Dairy Division

Allied Blending Gets Patent For Dry Blend For Making Extended Cheese Product

Chr. Hansen Offers New Microbial Lipase That Improves Cheese Taste With Dosage Precision

Renco Expands, Ups Shipments Of Calf Rennet To Answer Supply Shortage

Philquip Moves Operations, Doubles Improved Manufacturing Area

ALPMA USA Partners With Frontmatec To Offer Hand And Boot Hygiene Stations

Extrutech Plastics Begins Production Of Wall, Ceiling Panels With Antimicrobial Technology

RELCO Increases Cheesemaking Offering
Of Draining/Matting/
Cheddaring Belts

Kelley Supply Takes On Sophisticated Robot Palletizing Cell After New Expansion