Vinamilk is the name refered to the VietNam Dairy Products JointCompany.A company manufacturing and trading of milk and other dairy products as well as equipment and machinery involvedin Vietnam. A production company, trading milk and dairy products as well as related
equipment in Vietnam.
At its simplest, biotechnology is technology based on biology. From
that perspective, the use of biological processes is hardly noteworthy.
We began growing crops and raising animals 10,000 years ago to
provide a stable supply of food and clothing. We have used the biological
processes of microorganisms for 6,000 years to make useful food
products, such as bread and cheese, and to preserve dairy products.
Crops? Cheese? That doesn’t sound very exciting. So why does
biotechnology receive so much attention?...
Dairy products form the major part of functional foods. To understand their
success it is important to know that milk is a natural and highly nutritive part of a
balanced daily diet. Designing and developing functionality in dairy-based products
simply means modifying and/or enriching the healthy nature of the original base.
This chapter is a brief introduction to the composition of milk and the nature of
fermented milk products. It also gives a few definitions and introduces some of the
functional dairy products on the market.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Studies on dairy production of milking ewes I. - Estimates of genetic parameters for total milk composition and yield
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về bệnh học thý y được đăng trên tạp chí Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về bệnh thú y đề tài: Heavy Metal Concentrations in Dairy Products from Sheep Milk Collected in Two Regions of Southern Italy...
(BQ) Part 2 book "Applied dairy microbiology" presents the following contents: Fermented milks and cream, probiotics and prebiotics, cheese products, fermented by products, public health concerns, cleaning and sanitizing in milk production and processing, control of microorganisms in dairy processing - dairy product safety systems, regulatory control of milk and dairy products, testing of milk and milk products...
Plastics have evolved to be a very useful material. Today, plastics are used in almost every area, from small bottle caps, disposable cutlery, and packages for dairy products, to large containers, such as laundry baskets and garbage pails. Plastics have transitioned from a “cheap” substitute for metal and glass to the material of choice providing almost unlimited design freedom, unique properties, and significant cost savings. Figure 2.1 shows various industrial containers and house wares that create durable products in cycles from 10–30 seconds....
America’s dairy farmers participate in a national check-off program that provides
monies to promote the consumption of dairy foods. A large portion of these funds
is used to support nutrition research, communication, and education. Since 1915,
the National Dairy Council® has been committed to establishing programs and
developing educational materials based on current scientific research, as well as
providing sound scientific information in all of its communications.
This book is an update of the first edition of the Handbook of Dairy Foods and
Book "Milk Production - An Up-to-Date Overview of Animal Nutrition, Management and Health" is organized into three main sections, and is concerned with the animal nutrition, animal management and, breeding and animal health. This book permits the reader's exposure to the expert's experience and scientific style of interpreting and integrating available data into his own views.
When I was invited by InTech Open Access Publisher, to author/edit the books on Milk
Production, I immediately realized both the importance of such books that are concerned
with milk production. The difficulty of assembling such books rests on the fact that
lactation is a complex process and the vast amount of research, fundamental and applied
has been carried out. Milk production is not concerned only with the cow. The sense of
milk production is concerned worldwide with the milk of cows, sheep, goats and
The purpose of the Industrial Sector Guides for Cleaner ProductionAssessment is to raise awareness of the environmental impacts associatedwith industrial and manufacturing processes, and to highlight theapproaches that industry and government can take to avoid or minimisethese impacts by adopting a Cleaner Production approach.
It is said that farms having land to grow crops and forage (PK-3 and PK-10R) were relatively most
competitive. The PK-10R farm is said to be most viable farm size, and has the potential of challenging
competitors in export markets6. Such farms make effective use of technological advances in breeding
practices, e.g., artificial insemination, to improve their herd quality. Some of them have also installed their
own pasteurization or processing equipment. However, there are only 23% of farmers who fall in the
PK-10R category, whereas 70% of the farmers have less than four animals.
In the global dairy farming arena, Australia and New Zealand are at the forefront of low cost
dairy production. This competence can be largely attributed to cost effective production
systems, quality pasture and the ability to milk cows without having to house them in sheds.
In Australia we are able to combine our cost effective pasture based system with a more
intensive partial mixed ration (PMR) system to produce high levels of cow productivity.
Irrigation systems in the Southern States of Australia are coming under closer scrutiny, and
the price and availability of...
In contrast, Western Australian dairy farmers have always placed far more importance on
including energy and protein into the feed ration. As pasture silage contains no starch, the
only source of starch has been in the form of cheap cereal grain included in the feed ration.
As the cereal grains are slowly reduced from the ration, due to higher prices, it is necessary to
look for alternative sources of starch such as maize, wheat and barley silage that contain high
In India, Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) research started in the then Imperial
Bacteriological Laboratory at Mukteswar as early as in 1929. The work on the production of
vaccines using cell culture technique commenced at Mukteswar in early sixties initially in goat
kidney/calf kidney cell cultures and subsequently by 1971-72 with the availability of the BHK
21 cell line in monolayer cultures. With the increased demand for the FMD vaccines, the
Bangalore campus of IVRI was established in 1972 with the objective of large scale
production in fermenters.
Dalton et al. reported the average production costs and returns for 2004 from a sample of 30
organic dairy farms in Vermont and Maine. They reported a total cost for organic milk
production of $22.58 per cwt, before a deduction for unpaid operator labor and management,
which was not significantly different from milk revenues. Thus organic milk production did not
generate any return to unpaid labor and management nor did it produce a positive return to farm
assets or equity.
The global demand for organically produced food is rising. In 2007 the organic food
market in the UK was estimated to be worth over £2 billion – an increase of 22% since
2005 (6). The UK organic market is now the third largest in Europe after Germany and
Italy. Fruit and vegetables comprise the largest sector of organic foods in the UK, closely
followed by dairy products. The shift in demand among consumers from conventionally to
organically produced foodstuffs appears to have arisen at least in part from a belief that
organically produced foodstuffs are healthier...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Applied dairy microbiology" presents the following contents: Microbiology of the dairy animal, raw milk and fluid milk products, concentrated and dry milks and wheys, frozen desserts, microbiology of butter and related products, starter cultures and their use, metabolism of starter cultures, genetics of lactic acid bacteria.