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CBAP Corporate Partner Profile #8: Edlong Dairy Technologies

100 years. A great accomplishment for any American company. But Edlong is also becoming the global leader in their industry. They are strategic in their design, and have built their - Read More

 07/07/2014

What’s Happening In Bakery and Snack Flavors

To learn more about the latest trends in flavors for baked foods and snacks, Baking & Snack consulted Edlong Dairy Technologies’ Jennifer Lowry, vice-president, sales and marketing; Rick Schultz, vice-president - Read More

 08/07/2013

Edlong Dairy Flavors Announces New Name, Logo

Edlong Dairy Flavors has changed its name to Edlong Dairy Technologies, and announcing a new logo to accompany the new name. The shift reflects how the company is increasing its - Read More

 08/06/2013

Girls, Inc. Attends Inaugural Food4Thought Experience

As part of Feeding Tomorrow’s Food4Thought initiative, four high school students from Girls, Inc. in Orange County, CA attended the IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo® for an immersion in - Read More

 07/25/2013

Dairy-derived flavors: A little goes a long way

Milk’s organoleptic prop-erties combined with its healthy halo make dairy products a desirable ingredient in all types of foods. Formulators seeking dairy flavor profiles not only formulate with the “real” - Read More

 01/02/2013

European Flavor is in Among Butter Flavor Developments

European-made butters and European-style ones seem to be taking up more space in the American dairy aisle. The European Union’s financial troubles aside, the group does seem to have butter - Read More

 08/02/2012

Consumers Moving to Dairy for Protein Options

Protein power is an increasingly important component of a healthy diet. Beyond traditional sources such as meat and poultry, consumers increasingly seek new protein options, and dairy ingredients are moving - Read More

 11/18/2011