Aaron L. Brody

Packaging of dairy products has leapt far forward from the goatskins and amphorae of Biblical and slightly later times. That was one theme of a presentation I made in May 2001 at an International Dairy Products Association (IDPA) cultured dairy products conference, which, incidentally, also discussed nondairy products derived from soy protein. It’s amazing what can be wrested from cow, goat, buffalo, and yak milk and their analogs: cottage, farmer’s, and ricotta cheeses; yogurt; sour cream, incl…Say “Cheese”—and Package It, Please!

Say “Cheese”—and Package It, Please!

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