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accelerating our scale rapidly. At
Perfect Day, we've grown our
production 500% in the past year -
and we're looking into building out
our own manufacturing to accelerate
that pace even further. "
VALUABLE WASTE
" With the 24hour,
sevendays-a-week
work
it takes to
make a gallon
of milk, we
shouldn't let
any of it go to
waste. "
Michelle McBride,
GoodSport
Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Milk Specialties
Global (MSG) is a human and animal nutrition
company that creates ingredients designed to
deliver superior nutrition performance. The
company explores new ways to improve product
performance through its broad human and animal
nutrition portfolios.
The company's ingredients, marketed under
the consumer labels of its partners, can be
found in products sold by major retailers around
the globe.
Milk Specialties Global
(MSG) partners with
artisan cheesemakers
to collect their whey
and process it into
ingredients used for
other food products.
Erin Huls, sustainability specialist for MSG,
said sustainability is in the company's DNA.
" Our company is built around upcycling, " Huls
said. " As the dairy industry continues to evolve,
we believe in doing the right thing and recognizing
that we have a shared responsibility. At MSG,
every employee sets annual sustainability goals
to help integrate our environmental mindset into
our everyday lives. We are also constantly looking
at new projects that make our facilities run more
efficient or ways to reduce our utilization of
natural resources. "
To show its commitment to doing the
right thing, Milk Specialties has made the US
Dairy Stewardship commitment through the
Innovation Center for US Dairy.
" This commitment requires transparency
around our environmental impact along with a
commitment to help the dairy industry to achieve
greenhouse gas neutrality by 2050, " Huls said.
Upcycling creates value out of a product that
was considered waste.
" Whey was historically considered a byproduct
of the cheesemaking process with little to no value
and simply disposed of, " Huls said. " Today there is
great demand for the protein and other nutrients
that can be captured from the whey. "
The company partners with artisan
cheesemakers to collect their whey and process it
into valuable ingredients used for food products,
ensuring that every ounce of nutrition in a farmer's
milk is captured and utilized.
" This creates more value for everyone
along the supply chain, from the farmers to the
consumers, " she said.
Huls said consumers are demanding more
protein in the products they buy, so there are some
very interesting and innovative things happening
in the marketplace.
" From protein shakes to sports drink ... dairy
proteins and dairy ingredients are used in a very
wide swath of products, " she said.
Leaving the land better for the next generation
has been a core principle for dairy farmers for
centuries, Huls said. To that end it's important that
the entire dairy industry work together to become
more transparent and drive new innovations.
" Continuous improvement is core to any
business, so it makes sense to ensure we're always
striving to capture every nutrient in a farmer's
milk, recycle every drop of water and reduce our
use of natural resources, " Huls said. " We owe it to
the next generation. "
HYDRATING FOR GOOD
Chicago-based GoodSport Nutrition founder
Michelle McBride didn't want her son drinking
sports drinks filled with artificial ingredients at
his baseball games. She wanted a natural option
that was proven to provide effective hydration.
Reading about athletes who drink chocolate milk
for recovery sparked the idea to look at milk as a
natural source of hydration.
So she gathered a team of the world's top
sports nutrition and dairy food scientists to
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