diary vs dairy

diary dairy

Definitions

  • 1) A daily log of experiences, especially those of the writer.
  • 2) UK, Canada A calendar or appointment book.
  • 3) The method or media used to keep such experiences.
  • 4) A usually daily written record of personal experiences and observations; a journal.
  • 5) A daily record of events or measurable phenomena, usually kept to track patterns over time.
  • 6) A book or computer file used for keeping such a record.
  • 7) A register of daily events or transactions; a daily record; a journal; a blank book dated for the record of daily memoranda
  • 8) a personal journal (as a physical object)
  • 9) A book prepared for keeping a diary; especially, a book with blank leaves bearing printed dates for a daily record, often including other printed matter of current use or interest: as, a lawyers' diary.
  • 10) [= Sp. Pg. It. diario, ⟨ L. diarium, a daily allowance for soldiers, LL. also a diary, neut. of *diarius, adj., ⟨ dies, day: see dial, deity. The synonym journal is of the same ult. origin.]
  • 11) An account of daily events or transactions; a journal; specifically, a daily record kept by a person of any or all matters within his experience or observation: as, a diary of the weather; a traveler's diary.
  • 12) obsolete Lasting for one day.
  • 13) obsolete lasting for one day.
  • 14) Lasting for one day: as, a diary fever.

Definitions

  • 1) A shop selling dairy products.
  • 2) A place, often on a farm, where milk is processed and turned into products such as butter and cheese.
  • 3) Products produced from milk.
  • 4) New Zealand A corner-store, superette or 'mini-mart' of some description.
  • 5) A dairy farm.
  • 6) A place where milk and cream are stored and processed.
  • 7) The dairy business; dairying.
  • 8) A commercial establishment for processing or selling milk and milk products.
  • 9) Food containing milk or milk derivatives.
  • 10) That department of farming which is concerned in the production of milk, and its conversion into butter and cheese.
  • 11) The place, room, or house where milk is kept, and converted into butter or cheese.
  • 12) rare A dairy farm.
  • 13) a farm where dairy products are produced
  • 14) That branch of farming which is concerned with the production of milk, and its conversion into butter and cheese.
  • 15) A shop where milk, butter, etc., are sold.
  • 16) A dairy-farm.
  • 17) A house or room where milk and cream are kept and made into butter and cheese.
  • 18) referring to the milk production and processing industries
  • 19) referring to products produced from milk.
  • 20) UK on food labelling, containing fats only from dairy sources (e.g. dairy ice cream)
  • 21) Judaism Of or relating to food products containing milk or milk derivatives and not containing meat or meat derivatives, as dictated by dietary law.
  • 22) Of, for, or relating to milk or milk products.
  • 23) Of or relating to dairying.

Examples

  • 1) My new book, a diary of that period, is my right of reply.
  • 2) It was like reading the diary of my life.
  • 3) They must write all their meal choices down each day in a food diary.
  • 4) Use your diary to help you identify what may be upsetting your guts.
  • 5) She kept her literacy skills up with a daily diary and had her own budget.
  • 6) Back in the house it had been my intention to write up my diary.
  • 7) Your son could keep a diary to record any dry nights that he has.
  • 8) Things have changed a lot since the days of diaries.
  • 9) It is a gruelling life with a diary full of engagements and precious little purpose.
  • 10) Then book her an appointment and take the food diary with you.
  • 11) This shocking story uses evidence including diaries and letters.
  • 12) Mobile phones should be willingly left lying around for all to see and ditto your daily diary.
  • 13) Here is the diary of my day.
  • 14) Ten dreary pages devoted to her food diary.
  • 15) And try keeping a daily exercise diary.
  • 16) To answer the question, you had to look to letters and diaries for clues.
  • 17) Do you have a favourite diary entry from the past 30 years?
  • 18) Schedule training in your diary Write down what you plan to do for a week.
  • 19) In detailed diaries, he recorded what we would call its ecology.
  • 20) Senior managers have reduced their booked diary time, allowing the large proportion to remain unscheduled.
  • 21) She said No letters or diary survive.
  • 22) In December she recorded a video diary calling for assisted suicide to be legalised.
  • 23) A vivid and powerful diary of life in the trenches.
  • 24) Ditch the diary Use a digital calendar that the whole family can use and send out reminders by email.
  • 25) Anna had underlined the word diary in her notebook.
  • 26) (Of course, if your diary is a Livejournal, it talks back to you in many voices ...)
  • 27) Between your excellent analysis in the VA -02 and your insights and ideas here, your diary is already “written.”
  • 28) But with this difference: a diary is almost always a private matter.
  • 29) Telling Scott he should leave stuff in his diary is almost as bad as telling him to leave stuff out, like you said its his, let him pick what he wants to leave in or out.
  • 30) This diary is a love letter written by a new mother named Suzanne for her baby son, Nicholas.
  • 31) I light a spirit-lamp, and make some coffee, and he open the dead man's book -- it is what they call a diary -- and begin to read.
  • 32) ‘In either case, keep a diary or other written record of events.’
  • 33) ‘All participants completed a stress scale questionnaire and kept a daily food diary.’
  • 34) ‘Throughout the study, participants kept a daily symptom diary and completed a quality-of-life questionnaire.’
  • 35) ‘A video diary was kept during the trip and has been used to produce a TV documentary.’
  • 36) ‘If the student writes an online diary on an external website, we won't know unless the student tells us.’
  • 37) ‘A written symptom diary was completed each morning, and spirometry was performed twice daily.’
  • 38) ‘After all, she couldn't deny that she'd read a secret diary or two in her day.’
  • 39) ‘Eligible patients completed a baseline headache diary for four weeks.’
  • 40) ‘A travel diary recording all activities is also required to be kept by members in these circumstances.’
  • 41) ‘During all this time every half hour I faithfully updated the electronic diary the consumer people sent me.’
  • 42) ‘The diary reveals all of her feelings that she doesn't want anyone to see.’
  • 43) ‘Meanwhile, the diaries reveal a later life of flamboyant perversity.’
  • 44) ‘His diary records the belief that the British would easily defeat the Japanese.’
  • 45) ‘I was reading Mother's diary, and in one entry she admitted her secret.’
  • 46) ‘Nelson's well-chosen diary extracts are, apart from anything else, hilarious.’
  • 47) ‘You may recall that on his recent tour, Eric Idle kept a witty, engrossing day-to-day online diary.’
  • 48) ‘How can anyone touched by the eloquent pages of Anne Frank's diary become an anti-Semite?’
  • 49) ‘Particularly interesting is that this diary was begun exactly nine years ago today.’
  • 50) ‘It is difficult to be inspired to keep up with a pen and paper diary because it takes so long to finish each entry.’
  • 51) ‘I shall write in this diary every night, so that if something happens, there'll at least be some kind of record.’
  • 52) ‘You should not be foolish enough to venture on to the British rail network with anything like a scheduled appointment in your diary.’
  • 53) ‘You got an alphabetised phone and address book, an appointments diary and a basic notepad so you could jot down short text pieces.’
  • 54) ‘Like most people I used to keep a personal diary for appointments etc in the form of something called paper.’
  • 55) ‘In fact, Himmler's appointments book and diaries, where extant, come as close as most people would require to demonstrating what the Final Solution was all about.’
  • 56) ‘I phoned your office and was told that you had not booked the appointment in your diary and that you were feeling ill.’
  • 57) ‘Achieving a toehold in America remains an objective and he intends to explore this option with appointments already in his diary to meet distributors.’
  • 58) ‘Make a note in your diary for the next series in May 2005, and remember that without the BBC that was we wouldn't have such priceless gems.’
  • 59) ‘They said they had been able to place appointments in his diary for their clients, with the help of his constituency secretary who had also worked for Beattie.’
  • 60) ‘And whilst I may or may not be asked to sing in any of them myself, I'll definitely be putting a note in my diary to go along.’
  • 61) ‘In reality, it was Mr Kerry who refused to make space in his diary.’
  • 62) ‘To avoid any repetition of this nightmare I have put a note in my diary to use my mobile to ring the Speaking Clock in five months' time.’
  • 63) ‘I jumped out of the driver's seat and made an appointment in my diary, got the dog out, shut the boot and off we went for a walk.’
  • 64) ‘Meanwhile, she has a full diary of counselling appointments, just as on any other day.’
  • 65) ‘Make a note in your diary of the consultation dates and go along and let your view be known.’
  • 66) ‘I bet York architect Phil Bixby and North Yorkshire garden designer Rosie Allisstone don't have acres of virginal white space in their diaries.’
  • 67) ‘What I would love you to do though, is to make a note in your diaries of two special dates right now.’
  • 68) ‘All gardeners should have some quiet time in their horticultural diaries to give them space to reflect.’
  • 69) ‘Mark it down in your diaries and we'll have more news in the coming weeks with regard to the entertainment and guests of honour on the night etc.’
  • 70) ‘His business partner Diarmuid Lennon is now managing director of the company, which produces magazines, yearbooks and diaries.’
  • 71) ‘His green eyes darkened as he stared at the diary, its cover slightly damaged by water that had long since evaporated.’
  • 72) ‘The next day he'd even got the story in some of the newspaper diaries.’
  • 73) ‘Balance is important; no newspaper is exclusively politics or celebrity gossip, so the diary cannot be that way either.’
  • 74) ‘Yet in the news pages, entertainment columns and social diaries of the same publications, the celebrity cycle continues to turn.’
  • 75) ‘The possible participation of Camilla Parker Bowles has occupied column inches in the diaries of The Times and the Daily Telegraph all week.’
  • 76) ‘This column, like all diaries, is fond, indeed much enamoured, of the legal profession.’
  • 77) ‘The diary column reported on an elderly Dales farmer who was taking only his second holiday away from the farm, a week in Morecambe.’
  • 78) ‘Last week, in the letters page to the Daily Telegraph, he wrote to defend the Edinburgh group from an item which appeared in a diary column.’
  • 79) ‘The diary column recalled the days of ‘sparrow shoots’ which were particularly popular in north Craven.’
  • 80) ‘I don't expect any of them to review it, and so far none of them have, but I thought it might get a mention in a diary column here and there.’
  • 81) ‘Not only is he Cambodia's top boxing journalist, he is a diary writer for the capital's biggest newspaper.’
  • 82) ‘The diary has gone, but a four-page news roundup section has been added.’
  • 83) ‘Richard Wild is going to be the subject of my BBC News Online diary this week.’
  • 84) ‘Charlie's first column appears next week and the diary awaits his musings with interest.’
  • 85) ‘Great news for regular diary readers - Swiss Radio Man is alive and well, and greeted the BBC team in familiar fashion on Monday.’
  • 86) ‘Jenson Button will share his thoughts on every single race in an exclusive diary for Five Live.’
  • 87) ‘We will have a full report on the night in next week's diary page.’
  • 88) ‘More about the big night in Tooreen in next week's diary page.’
  • 89) ‘He was a particular favourite of mine when I was writing diary columns.’
  • 90) ‘By good luck, there was a vacancy on Peterborough, the paper's diary column.’
  • 91) ‘diary columns are a popular home for more subtle anti-gay hatred.’

Examples

  • 1) He grew up on a dairy farm.
  • 2) Go vegan for two days and eat dairy products and white meat the rest of the week.
  • 3) dairy products and meat account for more than a third of the goods it sells overseas.
  • 4) These usually fail to grasp the complexities of the dairy food group and the impact of dairy substitutions.
  • 5) Formerly a dairy farm, the house sits in a farmyard setting flanked by historic buildings.
  • 6) I ask about the rumour that he bought a dairy farm in Wales on expenses and he laughs.
  • 7) At 15 he made 5 a weekend by mucking out at a dairy farm.
  • 8) Some meat and dairy products will be used as feed for livestock.
  • 9) The house was next door to a dairy farm.
  • 10) Generally easier as most will eat eggs and dairy products.
  • 11) We know dairy foods increase concentrations of oestrogen in the blood.
  • 12) The prices fetched for dairy cattle have trebled and milk prices have improved.
  • 13) The major sources of calcium are milk and other dairy foods.
  • 14) But most of them are from ethnic groups that did not historically eat dairy.
  • 15) They claim all dairy foods are a risk.
  • 16) Cue an unintentionally revolting routine involving dairy produce.
  • 17) Is there anything wrong with the dairy milk alternatives such as rice and soya milk?
  • 18) Both maintained small dairy herds and used to take their milk into the village for collection by the distributor.
  • 19) It now seems inevitable that many of the less efficient dairy farms will give up before prices rise again.
  • 20) Many people have grown used to and accepted the existing situation of shortages in the meat and dairy trade.
  • 21) He said big milk processing companies were squeezing out small dairy farms by paying them less per litre than big farms.
  • 22) I thought it was very anarchic of the dairy company to want to attach themselves to me.
  • 23) Milk yields of infected dairy cattle can drop by 40 per cent and some animals that survive suffer muscle wastage.
  • 24) The dairy company said it would put an extra 30 million into the scheme and defer changes to early retirement rights.
  • 25) Their diet was simple but wholesome, based on barley and oats, with just enough vegetables and dairy products.
  • 26) It might also not be a bad idea to drop the word "dairy."
  • 27) This tianguis booth specializes in dairy products with clotted cream in covered plastic glasses, many kinds of cheese and a bowl of golden milk custard.
  • 28) You know, I'm betting these would be a great entertain-the-kids activity to do over the summer holidays - depending on how young they are, the full fat dairy is actually beneficial - and they can make fun shapes out of the dough that are all their own!
  • 29) He talks about the antibiotics in dairy, the steroids in meat, the mercury in fish.
  • 30) It is interesting to note that worldwide, India ranks first in dairy production followed by the United States.
  • 31) When were growth hormones an issue in dairy foods and meats?
  • 32) Then Sopo, where the main dairy plant in this region exists (Antioquia has more dairy than Cundinamarca has, but I learned nothing of the paisa production).
  • 33) The ability to digest the milk sugar lactose first evolved in dairy farming communities in central Europe, not in more northern groups as was previously thought, finds a new study led by UCL (University College London) scientists published in the journal PLoS Computational Biology.
  • 34) The main dairy production in our part of the country is out of Alpina, in Sopo.
  • 35) ‘Indeed, the need for cost-effective solutions and consumer-friendly features continues to impact the decisionmaking process among dairies.’
  • 36) ‘With the consolidation of dairies and building of more megaplants, the pressure is on to reduce costs.’
  • 37) ‘Currently fewer than a quarter of large hog operations and large dairies are spreading their manure on adequate crop land acreages to meet the new EPA guidelines.’
  • 38) ‘The DBIC provides a full array of technical assistance to new and emerging dairy businesses including farmstead and artisan dairies as well as small, medium and large dairy processors.’
  • 39) ‘The facility had to be large enough to accommodate a tractor-trailer tank truck of the type used to haul milk to commercial dairies processing 10-million gallons a day.’
  • 40) ‘Twenty-three hundred Holstein cattle were maintained at the dairy with 1300 cows milked three times daily.’
  • 41) ‘By 2020, those dairies will be replaced with 100 feed-lot dairies averaging 1,400 cows.’
  • 42) ‘While many dairy processors use contract carriers to deliver their products, several dairies maintain their own fleet.’
  • 43) ‘Free manure from an out-of-business dairy helped move things along.’
  • 44) ‘Such large dairies face higher costs, including those associated with manure storage.’
  • 45) ‘Since Maine's three major dairies require farmers to pledge not to use hormones, farmers who do use them have to ship their milk to out-of-state dairies.’
  • 46) ‘Woodson mentions that many dairies have consolidated their warehouses, creating the need for larger distribution facilities.’
  • 47) ‘Another innovative way Midwest is providing service to members with dairies is through a heifer-replacement program.’
  • 48) ‘We have regional superdairies, regional dairies and small regional dairies that we work with closely.’
  • 49) ‘Since then, the company has gone on a massive shopping spree, acquiring and building some 14 different packaging and processing plants and dairies.’
  • 50) ‘Instead of selling fluid milk to agribusiness dairies, these farmers develop a market niche for their products by adding value to the milk.’
  • 51) ‘Milk bottles would transport milk from the dairy to your door and you would recycle that bottle each day by giving it back to your milkman.’
  • 52) ‘Treatments were blended into a supplement at a commercial feed mill and delivered to the dairy.’
  • 53) ‘Other dairies believe 3.25% or high-fat milk is what consumers want.’
  • 54) ‘This is the story of two very different goat dairies who found direct-marketing success with meticulous management and distinctive products.’
  • 55) ‘The shop was a dairy that supplied milk to the boats in the harbour and involved long hours.’
  • 56) ‘Because so many farms have diversified in recent years there are often jobs for partners in bakeries, dairies and farm shops.’
  • 57) ‘When you support local dairies, bakeries, clothes shops, restaurants, butchers and local businesses and retailers in general, you are supporting local jobs and a vibrant local economy.’
  • 58) ‘Over time, the hotel was expanded and a dairy, bakery and stables were added.’
  • 59) ‘A dairy in the north of England has begun selling Newcastle Brown Ale flavoured ice cream.’
  • 60) ‘Several Amish cooperatives and family run dairies have developed a loyal relationship with the restaurant, selling only to Pouillon.’
  • 61) ‘Licenses for all kinds of businesses, from dairies to pet food stores to horseback riding schools, now cost more money.’
  • 62) ‘When over the acute stage, avoid: alcohol, red meat, tobacco, spicy, greasy and fried foods and dairy.’
  • 63) ‘In these cases Dampness-engendering foods like dairy, citrus, and perhaps wheat may need to be eliminated from the diet.’
  • 64) ‘Most importantly we'd recommend consulting a medical practitioner or dietitian before excluding any major food group like dairy from the diet.’
  • 65) ‘It's widely available in animal foods including dairy, eggs, fish, and poultry.’
  • 66) ‘Chief among allergic foods are dairy and wheat.’
  • 67) ‘This will rot cooked food, oils, dairy, meat, rubber, cardboard and newspaper.’
  • 68) ‘You will need to read all food labels as dairy turns up in many disguises, eg, whey, lactose, skimmed milk powder, casein, milk protein.’
  • 69) ‘The Government says it is responding to concern about the power of the supermarket chains, not just in dairy but for other foods such as fruit and vegies as well.’
  • 70) ‘I not only have gluten sensitivity but wheat, dairy and various other food sensitivities.’
  • 71) ‘They say primary school meals should provide at least one portion from the following groups: fruit and vegetables, milk or dairy, meat or fish, and a starchy food such as bread or pasta.’
  • 72) ‘I've followed a healthy macrobiotic diet for 10 years now, which means that I try to stick to fresh organic food and avoid dairy and meat.’
  • 73) ‘Allergy sufferers also find relief by avoiding dairy, meat and/or wheat-based foods when symptoms are at their worst.’
  • 74) ‘Formerly 75% of our revenue was derived from dairy, largely milk and ice cream.’
  • 75) ‘Saturated fats have been shown to have health repercussions, too, but are naturally occurring in such foods as meat, eggs and dairy.’
  • 76) ‘According to Chef Sumara Malingalis, raw food with no meat, no dairy, and no cooking is all the rage in Hollywood.’
  • 77) ‘Willett, however, considers dairy that's been skimmed of saturated fat an optional food.’
  • 78) ‘The most common food intolerances are wheat or gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs and peanuts.’
  • 79) ‘While it's true that there are a variety of other foods that are rich in calcium, dairy is still the best bet.’
  • 80) ‘Greens and other plant foods easily hold their own against dairy in terms of calcium content.’
  • 81) ‘Diet often plays a role, with wheat and dairy being the most common food offenders.’
  • 82) ‘The corner dairy is a delicatessen and I can buy soy-yoghurt, fresh bread and good coffee all as I walk to work.’
  • 83) ‘I have actually heard one of the co-leaders of the Greens say that we should not be allowed to drive to the corner dairy - we should be forced to walk.’
  • 84) ‘Most of this work is unproblematic - teenagers taking an after-school job in a supermarket, corner dairy, or working in a family business.’
  • 85) ‘Blanche was known to get water from a nearby dairy where she shopped - mainly for canned goods, candles and fuel for her little primus stove that she cooked on.’
  • 86) ‘I funded my habit by roaming the streets and beaches looking for glass softdrink bottles that I'd trade in to the dairy for two or four cents each.’
  • 87) ‘Experiment to determine your tolerance for dairy foods.’
  • 88) ‘Choose lean meats, poultry without skin, liquid plant oils instead of hydrogenated oils or butter, and skim-milk dairy foods.’
  • 89) ‘The DASH diet is rich in fruits, vegetables, and low fat dairy foods and reduced in total and saturated fat.’
  • 90) ‘But so far, studies haven't been able to tease out what it is in meats or dairy foods that may cause prostate cells to go haywire.’
  • 91) ‘It emphasizes fruits, vegetables, and low fat dairy foods, and includes whole grains, poultry, fish, and nuts.’
  • 92) ‘A farm shop selling local produce will be allowed to extend its premises to sell meat and dairy goods despite a request by planning officers for the scheme to be thrown out.’
  • 93) ‘Their businesses range from condensed dairy milk to trade in chemical products.’
  • 94) ‘Exclude dairy foods - milk and cheese are possible irritants to the lungs as they produce large amounts of mucus.’
  • 95) ‘We defined high fat dairy food as whole milk, ice cream, hard cheese, butter, and sour cream.’
  • 96) ‘There will also be small volume niche market opportunities for functional foods, organic milk products and dairy ingredients, according to the report.’
  • 97) ‘These national chains typically carry popular dairy basics like milk, cheese, sour cream, ice cream, and butter for consumers running errands or between supermarket trips.’
  • 98) ‘The yogurt and flavored dairy beverage categories also have seen their share of low-carb and no-sugar-added product introductions.’
  • 99) ‘Over the past year, the company introduced a refrigerated coffee and dairy beverage in flavors such as French Roast, Mocha, and Vanilla.’
  • 100) ‘Flavors that are decadent and dessert-like continue to be popular across the board when it comes to milk and dairy beverages, yogurt products, ice cream, and frozen novelties.’
  • 101) ‘Fruit-and-chocolate blends also are trendy, but not all fruits are created equal when it comes to chocolate dairy blends.’
  • 102) ‘The Philadelphia market has which long enjoyed a high reputation for fine dairy butter.’
  • 103) ‘Soy cheese comes in a range of flavors and can be substituted for dairy cheese in most recipes.’
  • 104) ‘Whether it's natural talent, culinary training, or the fact that he cooks with minimal oil and only occasionally uses dairy cream, the spices in his cuisine emerge with remarkable clarity.’
  • 105) ‘In dairy desserts such as mousses, the desired texture and air content determine the type and amount of cocoa powder to be used.’
  • 106) ‘As an ingredient, chocolate adds decadence to our dairy desserts.’
  • 107) ‘This genetically modified hormone was designed to increase milk production in dairy cows.’
  • 108) ‘Death is not usual but animals cease gaining weight and milk production in dairy cattle falls.’
  • 109) ‘The competition rewards the country's top dairy farmers who produce milk with the highest protein content and with a firm eye to cost efficiency.’
  • 110) ‘This limitation reduces wool growth on sheep, milk production by dairy animals, and meat quality.’
  • 111) ‘Around 15% of dairy farmers said they would exit milk production over the next two years.’
  • 112) ‘The funds raised will be used for expanding liquid milk, ice cream and other dairy production facilities.’
  • 113) ‘When it comes to milk, dairy farmers receive only a quarter of the average 36p which you will pay in the shops or on the doorstep for a pint.’
  • 114) ‘Factory farms feed dairy and beef cattle on grain, not their natural diet of grass.’
  • 115) ‘The Government has accepted the need for rationalisation of the dairy processing sector, Agriculture and Food Minister Joe Walsh has said.’
  • 116) ‘The state, bordering the Rocky Mountains, says it needs an additional 65,000 cows to meet the milk demands of its expanding dairy processing industry.’
  • 117) ‘For those who do not know, supply management involves the dairy and poultry industries, the latter including chicken, turkey and egg production.’
  • 118) ‘The challenges facing the dairy processing sector, as identified by the Prospectus report, were also considered by the forum.’
  • 119) ‘If the milk suppliers are really serious, what they should be trying to attempt is the acquisition of the dairy processing end of the business.’
  • 120) ‘The meat, egg, dairy, fast food, and soft drink industries have abandoned a head-on assault on the science.’
  • 121) ‘The consequences of uncovering a large scale problem may be difficult to deal with, having major implications for the food, dairy, and pharmaceutical industries.’
  • 122) ‘Carr's has three mills manufacturing 300,000 tonnes of food each year for dairy and beef cattle, and sheep.’
  • 123) ‘The family have had to sell their dairy herd after the tanker firm that collected their milk had its vehicles attacked.’
  • 124) ‘However, an organic dairy farmer who rents land from us has diversified by selling vegetables at farmers' markets.’
  • 125) ‘They also plan to import over a 1,000 dairy cattle to provide milk products in a country that imports just about everything, from milk powder to meat.’
  • 126) ‘In fact, some of these dairy cooperatives market products made from member milk directly to consumers.’
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