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The Life Cycle of Frozen Yogurt

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daphne sipaque

on 13 June 2015

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Transcript of The Life Cycle of Frozen Yogurt

Component Origin/ Production
Milk is a white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals.
It is the primary source of nutrition for young mammals before they are able to digest other types of food.
Background of Yogurt land/ History
Effects to health/ Social Impact/ Ethical Concerns
Some Milk contain cancer
World Impact
The Life Cycle of Milk in Frozen Yogurt
By:Lindsay Pierce,David Rivas, and Daphne Sipaque
Yogurtland was founded in February 2006 by Phillip Chang.
The first location was in Fullerton, California
Environmental Impact in producing milk
Social Impact
Economical Impact
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Cows need lots of wheat and grass to eat. So, farmers need to use up more water to keep the grass alive. This results of a loss of water.
When cows produce waste, it goes into the atmosphere and creates Greenhouse gas, which pollutes our air.
Every $1 earned on the farm equates to $5-$7 for the local community.
• Cost of production:
100-cow dairy: $1.50/gallon
• Net:
ranges from 33 cents/gallon loss to 69 cents/gallon profit
• Price for milk sold for pasteurization:
$1.13/gallon (current price) to $2.19/gallon

Most farmers make as much as $30,000 per year. It is nearly impossible to live with that income.
Milk is always sent to a lab for the following reasons:
To separate 76 % of access fats
To add other chemicals
Antibiotics, Pain killers,Growth Hormones
To get packaged
Then it is sent to...
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