Ireland, together with France, New Zealand and Denmark are some of the largest casein producers in the world. Kerry Group, one of the worlds largest food ingredient companies originally started as a casein production plant in Listowel. Arrabawn operates one of the worlds largest and most modern casein plants within their factory in Nenagh. Whey Proteins Whey proteins largely constitute the other 20% of the proteins found in cows milk. Liquid whey extracted from the cheese making process accounts for most of the available whey globally. During the cheese production process much of the casein protein, fat and minerals are retained in the cheese product. What remains in the cheese whey is largely the lactose component, and what are known as whey proteins. This raw whey can be processed further to give products with greater added value. For example: Basic Whey Powder 13% Protein. Raw whey from the cheese process is dried and sold. WPC35 Whey Protein Concentrate with 35% protein. Value is added to the raw whey by extracted a proportion of the Lactose to help increase or concentrate the protein fraction to 35%.
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The Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-Hazards Department said Donna was about 245km west-northwest of Torres and 365km west-northwest of Vanua Lava at 5am local time (6am NZ time). "Winds close to the centre are estimated at 145km/h, gusting to 205km/h." Destructive winds of 90km/h gusting to 130km/h and "very rough to phenomenal seas with heavy swells" were expected to continue in the Torba area and parts of the Sanma province, the meteorological department warned. "Heavy rainfall and flash flooding is also expected over Torba, Sanma, Penama and Malampa provinces especially over low lying areas and areas close to river banks." Continued below. Watch NZH Local Focus: Bugle player marks 50 years of ANZAC service Owners of coastal properties in Vanuatu told WeatherWatch.co.nz on Thursday that they'd already started battening down the hatches in preparation for the storm. Red Cross and World Vision volunteers are on the ground in Vanuatu and ready to help those affected when they need assistance. World Vision Vanuatu country director Mike Wolfe told NZME since Cyclone Pam, staff had been working with communities on "how they're going to be prepared for disaster, and what they're going to do in times of disaster". "We're really concerned about children and families being more vulnerable due to impacts to drinking water and shelter," he said. Wind speeds are likely to increase to 210km/h, with gusts of up to 260km/h later today and tomorrow expected before slowly dying down later in the week. The exact path of the storm is unclear, WeatherWatch.co.nz said, because "the South Pacific islands is possibly the trickiest place on earth" to track a storm's path. "Cyclones in this area tend to meander a lot and cross back on themselves in the same unpredictable way a coin, once spun on a table top, can move around with a mind of its own. "Tracking a cyclone around small islands is very hard - almost like hitting a hole in one when playing golf.
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