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Interra International Notícia
07dez 17

The Benefits of Milk Powder Blends

Powdered milk comes in a variety of forms, such as whole, skim, and nonfat, buttermilk and halal, calcium caseinate, kosher, concentrates, and blends. Powered milks are produced by extracting the water and fat from fresh milk. The drying process retains the beneficial nutrients and amino acids. They have an excellent…

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27nov 17

Wholesale Pork Belly Prices Rise – Bacon is Sizzling Hot

Bacon is a favorite food and not just for breakfast. Lunch, appetizers, and dinner plates are flavored with bacon. Everything tastes better with bacon, even lip balm and toothpaste have been made bacon flavored! In fact, bacon, or wholesale pork bellies, is a hot commodity…especially during grilling season. Every summer…

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20nov 17

Which Came First – The Chicken or the Egg

This is an age-old debate that continues to be a circular riddle with no clear answer. However, one thing is clear, there are no lack of egg and chicken lovers in the foodie world. From breakfast eggs to chicken dinners, poultry is among the top four meat products consumed globally.

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15out 17

Turkey for the Holidays

In the United States, Turkey is the centerpiece of the Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving was first celebrated in 1621 to give thanks for the harvest. The Pilgrims and the Wampanoag shared a meal of fowl, corn, bread, and venison. The Wampanoag grew beans and the forest provided chestnuts, walnuts, and beechnuts.…

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09out 17

October National Pork Month

In 1972, the Pork Industry began celebrating October as National Pork month. In the US, this was traditionally the time of year when pigs were sent to market. Now, we celebrate National Pork month to give thanks to pork producers for all they bring to the food industry. Pork producers…

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04out 17

Dairy Industry Stirred by Hurricanes

Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 hurricane with 175-mph winds, carved a path of destruction through the Caribbean early last month, leaving more than a million residents without power, thousands without homes, and killing at least a dozen people. The eye of the storm passed just north of Puerto Rico, where…

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