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February 6, 2013News for professionals in the dairy foods industry

  Industry News 
  • Factory fire won't stop Ontario cheese curd maker
    St. Albert Co-Operative, an eastern Ontario cheese curd maker, said it will resume production after a weekend fire destroyed its sole plant. Rejean Ouimet, the firm's general manager, said other companies will produce the St. Albert curds, at least temporarily. Cheese curds are part of a popular Quebecois snack called poutine. At least one restaurant owner, having heard of the fire, called on his suppliers to snap up all the St. Albert curds they could buy so his late-night customer wouldn't have to go without. The Wall Street Journal (2/5) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Health & Nutrition 
  • What's up next on the gluten-free menu?
    Gluten-free menus are a must for celiac sufferers and a hot trend for a number of others who hope for health benefits from cutting the wheat protein out of their lives. Even brewers are getting in on the act, perfecting gluten-free beer recipes that find ways to make up for the lack of traditional barley and rye. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Food & Beverage (2/5) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Nestle to add QR codes to more products
    Nestle is expanding its QR code initiative throughout its product portfolio. Consumers can scan the QR codes to access nutrition information, ingredients lists and background information about how products are made. Chocolate products, for instance, will have QR codes that share information about the farmers who grow Nestle's cocoa. QR Code Press (2/5) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  IDFA News 
  • Invensys to sponsor IDFA webinar on Preventive Controls Rule
    The Food and Drug Administration recently released the first major rule under the new Food Safety Modernization Act, the proposed Preventive Controls Rule. To help members understand the proposed changes and how they will they affect dairy processors, IDFA will present the "Preventive Controls Webinar" on Feb. 20. The webinar, sponsored by IDFA Business Partner Invensys Operations Management, will be held 1-4 p.m. Learn more. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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