Yearly Archives : 2017


Alimenta announces registration in South Korea

We are proud to announce that on 14th September 2017 Alimenta received confirmation of regular Registration for Foreign Establishments in South Korea. This will lead Alimenta to the opportunity to offer high genuine powdered ingredients to South Korean market of dairy products for Adults and Infant formula. Alimenta will promote a
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The China Project, an outdated study

There’s been a lot of talk about the ethics of a diet that includes milk and dairy products, since the 70s, with plenty of studies aimed to evaluate advantages and issues, and sometimes to totally repeal the virtues. This is the case for The China Study, a study published by
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A massive herd of sardinian sheeps Sardinia for Earthquake-stricken populations

A massive herd of sheep, including numerous lambs, took off from Sardinia directed to Umbria; Sardinian sheep breeders have donated almost a thousand sheep. A significant gesture that helps giving back hope to their ill-fated colleagues who lost their animals during the terrible earthquake, around seven months ago. Sa paradura, an ancient tradition This
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SheepNet, the sharing project launches

SheepNet, spot-on acronym for Sharing Expertise and Experience towards sheep Productivity through NETworking, has just launched; it is a project aimed to share knowledge and experiences regarding sheep productivity through the building of an international work network, funded with €2 million coming from the European program Horizon 2020, a partner
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Milk powder, prices decrease in Oceania

The two major countries in Oceania are still seeing mixed results. Milk production in Australia, in January, decreased by 5,9% compared to the same month of last year. (data Clal) On the other hand, favorable weather conditions in fall in New Zealand might favor a better-than-expected milk production. As for butter, minimum price
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The yogurt lactobacillus to fight depression

Could depression, the “dark evil” affecting more and more people worldwide, be cured with yogurt? It looks like it could. The disease might be treated thanks to appropriate changes in diet in order to act on the liver’s microflora. This is the result of a study conducted by the Virginia University
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