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  • Dairy fats may not increase heart disease, stroke risk

    Washington: Whole dairy products such as full-fat milk, cheese and butter may not increase a risk of early death from heart disease or stroke, say scientists. The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found no significant link between dairy fats and cause of death or heart disease and stroke.

  • Free Press Journal and Moneycontrol forum on Cold chain solutions today: All you need to know

    Mumbai: Dairy, meat, pharma, agriculture, etc, the list can go on. Cold chain solutions can be critical for all these sectors. But in spite of the urgent need, there is still not much not done as yet. Nonetheless, its role in agriculture remains the key driver for doubling farmers’ incomes by minimising food loss and preserving nutritional value as well. It augments food safety

  • Ujjain: Kisan union strike hits common man hard

    Ujjain: The first day of a 10-day strike called by Bharatiya Kisan Union significantly affected residents of the city due to non-availability of milk, vegetables, fruits and flowers on Thursday. Milk supply was badly hit as milkmen stopped supply. Milk booths and dairies remained out of stock from morning till late evening.

  • We as government want to make a history: Mahadev Jankar

    Mahadev Jankar is a cabinet minister who is in charge of animal husbandry, dairy and fishery development for Maharashtra (from the representing shepherds and an ally of the ruling BJP). He is a man with a vision and a burning desire to implement them. He believes that his ministry’s activities should form a vital de-risking mechanism for the fluctuating agricultural incomes and fortunes of farmers in the state. He believes that the

  • Farmers should take up ancillary businesses: CM

    Yavatmal : Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday said farmers should be encouraged to take up ancillary businesses, like dairy and cattle farming, to improve their financial condition.

  • Amul eyes Rs 50k cr turnover by 2020

    New Delhi: Dairy major GCMMF, which sells products under the Amul brand, is looking to more than double its turnover to Rs 50,000 crore in the next four years on account of rising demand for milk and value-added items. The turnover of Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF) rose 11% to Rs 23,005 crore during 2015-16 fiscal. “After taking into consideration the continuous rise in demand for Amul products, we are anticipating

  • Dairy products make probiotics more potent

    Washington : The success of probiotics for boosting human health may depend partly upon the food, beverages, or other material carrying the probiotics, a study shows, says IANS.