7 Facts to Share About U.S. Dairy ExportsRead More
This is a teachable moment to tell the positive story of U.S. dairy exports, but we need the efforts of everyone in the industry to get the message out.
Three Global Consumer Groups Driving Demand for Whey ProteinRead More
U.S. exports of whey are up and some suppliers are increasing plant capacity to meet global demand for more protein.
5 Research-Based Strategies to Improve Whey Protein MessagingRead More
Communication based on science will gradually grow demand.
WPI, WPC Foster U.S. Whey Export Expansion (Chart)Read More
The value of U.S. whey exports has quickly outpaced volume growth as overseas demand for higher-value, higher-protein varieties has soared.
Global Boom of 65+ Population Opens Door for U.S. Whey ProteinRead More
There are four things U.S. dairy suppliers can do to help make whey protein the sarcopenia fighter for an aging world.
Most Consumers Don't Know Whey Comes from MilkRead More
The survey finding illustrates the need for more consumer education about whey protein.
Alpha-lactalbumin Golden Opportunity for U.S. DairyRead More
Premium segment of this enhanced form of whey protein is a key to U.S. success.
Research Confirms Benefits of Whey ProteinRead More
Studies show the benefits of whey protein on body composition and immune recovery from HIV.
Greek Yogurt Co-Product: Exploring the PotentialRead More
Could the co-product stream from Greek yogurt manufacturing can be a revenue generator like cheese whey?
Whey Protein Moves Full Speed AheadRead More
The U.S. dairy industry saw more than its usual share of potential game-changing developments over the course of the past year—from the unveiling of critical farm bill proposals to the long-awaited approval of free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea. But a decade from now, 2011 might best be remembered as the year that whey protein crossed over from an ingredient on the rise to a full-fledged, long-term global growth proposition.