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Enter IDFA’s Innovative Milk and Cultured Products Contest

Mar 11, 2015

IDFA is inviting attendees of the upcoming Milk and Cultured Dairy Products Conference to submit new products for its annual innovative products contest. The conference, scheduled for May 19-20 in Minneapolis, will explore what’s new in dairy ingredients, processing technology and packaging.

“This competition for new products and prototype flavors provides great insight into the creative approach that milk and cultured dairy companies and flavoring suppliers are using to create new flavors and products,” said John Allan, IDFA vice president of regulatory affairs and international standards.

During the Innovative Milk and Cultured Dairy Products Contest, attendees will sample the latest products and vote for their favorites. Awards will be given for the most innovative milk or cultured dairy product and for the most innovative milk or cultured dairy prototype product.

Guidelines for "Most Innovative Milk or Cultured Dairy Product" Entries

Each company may enter one of any of the following types of milk or cultured dairy products:  milk, yogurt, sour cream, dips, cottage cheese, probiotic drinks, cultured milks and smoothies. Only milk or cultured dairy products that are currently being sold in the marketplace are eligible. The products can be in the original retail containers.

Guidelines for "Most Innovative Milk or Cultured Dairy Prototype Product" Entries

Each company may enter one prototype milk or cultured dairy product that is not yet available in the marketplace.  

To submit a product, complete and email the entry form to Erin Dlugacz, IDFA manager of meetings and educations services, at edlugacz@idfa.org.

The conference will be held at the Crown Plaza Northstar Minneapolis. Registration is now open, and hotel and travel details are available here.

For more information, contact Dlugacz, at edlugacz@idfa.org or 202-220-3512.

 
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