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Camel milk: Could ’ships of the desert’ present an alternative future for those with dairy intolerance?

Camel milk: Could ’ships of the desert’ present an alternative future for those with dairy intolerance?

While the benefits of camel milk have been known across Africa, the Middle East and Asia f...

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Researchers uncover evidence of earliest known dairy production

Researchers uncover evidence of earliest known dairy production

Molecular analysis of lipid residues by researchers has revealed that the Indus Civilisati...

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Looking for exclusive dairy market analysis on China?

Looking for exclusive dairy market analysis on China?

The latest edition of Dairy Products China News has landed, featuring: revised dairy food ...

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Cider: Lost in Translation

Cider: Lost in Translation

Following years of ‘linguistic confusion’, researchers from Virginia Tech and Cornell ...

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Research into spent grain offers new hope in the fight against Red Tide

Research into spent grain offers new hope in the fight against Red Tide

With beer producing huge quantities of wastage in the form of byproducts, new studies are ...

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Dutch appetite for dairy fuels remarkable growth

Dutch appetite for dairy fuels remarkable growth

A voracious thirst for dairy and a new take on the old tradition of conquering the ocean c...

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Thirst for whisky continues to draw investors and write headlines

Thirst for whisky continues to draw investors and write headlines

With its sale quadrupling the previous record held for a first bottle from a new entrant a...

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'Cleaner, Greener' Cows: how is seaweed helping in the fight against climate change?

'Cleaner, Greener' Cows: how is seaweed helping in the fight against climate change?

Research suggests that feeding cattle small amounts of Asparagopsis seaweed can reduce met...

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