The Difference: Programs that help move products from concept to market.
Tap into the many DMI programs that offer resources tailored to your needs, including strategic information and market insights, product and nutrition research, product development and ingredient marketing efforts that reinforce how dairy adds the difference.
DMI programs help dairy processors, and food and beverage manufacturers grow by:
- Supporting and sharing the leading research in nutrition, and new and improved dairy products, processes and packaging
- Offering assistance with applications, formulations, and product and process scale-up
- Providing the latest strategic information and insights on consumer trends and marketing
Plus, you can turn to DMI and the dairy research centers and applications/technology development labs to help with product and process troubleshooting, prototype and concept development, product and process scale-up or sensory evaluation.
The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) manages the licensing and use of the REAL® Seal to highlight the importance and value of American-made dairy.
www.realseal.com - Dairy food and beverage manufacturers may apply here for REAL® Seal certification to highlight on product packaging. The REAL Seal may be featured on “basic” dairy products that meet federal standards of identity or potentially on manufactured products that contain U.S. dairy. The REAL Seal is one of the best recognized and most-used symbols in the food and beverage industry — as well as among consumers.
- www.usdec.org - The U.S. Dairy Export Council® (USDEC) is a non-profit, independent membership organization that represents the global trade interests of more than 90 U.S. dairy producers, proprietary processors and cooperatives, ingredient suppliers and export traders. Its mission is to enhance U.S. global competitiveness and assist the U.S. industry to increase its global dairy ingredient sales and exports of U.S. dairy products. USDEC accomplishes this through programs in market development that build global demand for U.S. dairy products, resolve market access barriers and advance industry trade policy goals. USDEC is supported by staff across the United States and overseas in Mexico, South America, Asia, Middle East and Europe.
Other DMI programs offer educational and promotional activities targeted at consumers of dairy products, and foods and beverages made with dairy ingredients.
- www.nationaldairycouncil.org – National Dairy Council (NDC) is the most authoritative source of dairy nutrition information in the U.S. NDC provides timely, scientifically sound nutrition information to the media, physicians, dietitians, nurses, educators, consumers and others concerned about fostering a healthier society.
- www.Fueluptoplay60.com - This in-school program encourages the availability and consumption of nutrient-rich foods, along with 60 minutes of daily physical activity. The program was founded by National Dairy Council® (NDC) and the National Football League (NFL) and is based on a mutual commitment to the health of the next generation. The program offers bold leadership for child health and wellness through the support of many businesses and industry leaders. This outstanding initial support is expected to grow as government, businesses, communities and families join the effort.
- www.ilovecheese.com - At this site, cheese lovers get the scoop about cheese, including tasty recipes, current cheese trends and more.
- www.nutritionexplorations.org - Parents, educators and school foodservice professionals can get useful tools and tips here to keep kids on the right track to healthy eating.
- www.dairyfarmingtoday.org - Learn how modern farm families care for their animals and protect the land while growing healthy family businesses for future generations.
Another related site accessible through DairyInfo.com is for the dairy farmers who fund DMI:
- www.dairycheckoff.com - Here's where dairy farmers learn how their 15-cent-per-hundredweight dairy check-off investment works through dairy promotion, marketing and research programs. This site includes a link to state and regional organizations that also work to ensure the future success of dairy by building demand through integrated marketing, promotion, advertising, public relations, nutrition education and research programs.
Below are other ways DMI programs can help move products from concept to market faster:
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