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AURI STAFF COLUMN: SEEING AROUND CORNERS: Looking to the future of Biofuels      

Posted on January 6, 2018, in Ag Innovation News, Sidebars

By AURI Australian researchers are studying the possibility of turning crops like agave, hemp, or the native saltbush and wild-growing sorghum into biofuels of the future. Studies show that it’s possible to extract non-traditional plant oils and turn them into biodiesel for vehicles, machinery and even aviation fuel. Currently oils extracted from palm and soy […]

Polymerization of lactose by twin screw extrusion

Posted on September 29, 2014, in Sidebars

Polymerization of lactose by twin screw extrusion

Protected: Food Agbioscience planning

Posted on September 8, 2014, in Sidebars

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AURI collaborates on dairy research

Posted on August 14, 2014, in Sidebars

AURI is collaborating with industry partners on a variety of research initiatives aimed at increasing sales and demand for Minnesota milk products. Research that will benefit the entire dairy sector includes: •Listeria survival on sodium reduced processed American cheese slices •Technology to pasteurize whey beverages •Extrusion techniques for nonfat dry milk puffs •New uses for […]

AURI and the cheese industry

Posted on August 14, 2014, in Sidebars

Idea to reality: In response to national health initiatives, the dairy industry is exploring ways to reduce the sodium content of cheese without compromising food safety and quality.  Salt helps limit the growth of harmful bacteria in cheese. The industry needed to know if reducing the sodium content of processed American cheese slices would increase […]

What is Listeria?

Posted on August 14, 2014, in Sidebars

Listeria is a common bacteria found in soil, water, and some animals, including cattle, according to the U.S. Health Department’s website: Foodsafety.gov.  It can also be present in raw milk and foods made from raw milk. Unlike many food pathogens, Listeria can grow in cold temperatures in the refrigerator. It is killed by cooking and […]

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