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People in the United Arab Emirates have been drinking camels' milk for centuries, but now there are plans to go global. Dubai's ...
plans to export camel milk products worldwide, using it for everything from cheese to ice cream. (April 1)
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SHOTLIST:AP Television January 27th, 2013 - Camelcious Farm, Dubai 1. Wide camels being milked 2. Mid of camels being milked 3. Close of camels being milked 4. Wide of camels with gate closing 5. Camels being fed carrots 6. Close of camels eating 7. Wide of camels being fed carrots, zoom in 8. Milk being bottled at Camelicious factory 9. Mid of milk being poured into bottles 10. Close of milking process 11. Mid of milk going along production line 12. Chocolate being poured into milk pan and stirred, zoom into milk and chocolate being stirred 13. Wide of machine stirring milk 14. Various of man stirring milk for cheese production 15. Close up of cheeses 16. Man wearing mask while choosing cheese 17. Crumbling cheese between his fingers 18. Wide of man crumbling cheeses 19. Set up of Dr Peter Nagy, farm manager 20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr Peter Nagy, farm manager: "The camel milk has a different protein structure so people who are allergic to cow milk would not be allergic to camel milk. Even those who cannot tolerate sheep or goat's milk they can tolerate very well camel milk ..." 21. Camels sitting in pen January 17th, 2013 - Majlis Cafe, Dubai Mall 22. Girl picking up cakes at cafe 23. Close up of cakes 24. Chocolate 25. Various of cafe 26. Woman boiling milk 27. Close up of coffee and milk being poured 28. Woman making a latte 29. Close of sign: "The Majlis" 30. Close of latte being put on tray with coffee 31. Waitress picking up coffees on tray 32. Set up of Roddy-Fok-Shan, general manager of the Majlis al Nasseem Coffee Shops 33. Cutaway of iPod menu 34. SOUNDBITE: (English) Roddy-Fok-Shan, general manager of the Majlis al Nasseem Coffee Shops: "We have to bring it to the major market, Paris, London, Seoul which will be coming soon, Japan. Japanese market has a craze, the Japanese market, the Chinese market, the Asian market ..." 35. Waiter delivering a camel milk shake to table 36. Saudi women at table 37. Man drinking shake 38. His wife drinking 39. SOUNDBITE: (English): Derek Turner, from Leicester, UK, voxpop: "I thought it was very interesting. I thought it was sweet but not overpowering, refreshing and different in a nice way." 40. Set up of woman drinking coffee 41. "SOUNDBITE: (English) Judy Havard, from Adelaide, Australia, voxpop: "Beautiful, actually it's a lovely cup of coffee and I didn't even realise that it was camel milk." 42. Set up of Saudi women at table 43. Close of eyes 44. Mid of pouring coffee, zoom out to women 45. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic): Taghreed Turki, from Medina, Saudi Arabia: "It was drunk by my grandfather and my ancestors and was the best drink for them, but now it's not very popular. It's healthy and is said to be a deterrent against cancer." January 27th, 2013 - Camelicious Farm, Dubai 46. Camels walking in desert 47. Wide of camelsVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:IT COULD BE THE NEXT FOODIE CRAZE ...THE MILK OF *CAMELS* ... CREATING YOUR NEXT SLICE OF CHEESE ... OR COMPLIMENT TO YOUR COFFEE.THIS IS THE FIRST REGULATED FACTORY IN THE WORLD ... DEDICATED TO PRODUCING CAMEL MILK.THREE THOUSAND CAMELS IN DUBAI ... EATING A NATURAL DIET ... FREE FROM HORMONES OR ADDITIVES.SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr Peter Nagy, farm manager: "The camel milk has a different protein structure so people who are allergic to cow milk would not be allergic to camel milk. Even those who cannot tolerate sheep or goat's milk they can tolerate very well camel milk."*CAMELICIOUS* MAY BE THE BRAND ... BUT PEOPLE IN THESE PARTS HAVE BEEN DRINKING THE STUFF FOR CENTURIES, MOSTLY FROM THEIR OWN CAMELS OR BOUGHT ALONGSIDE THE ROAD.SOUNDBITE: (Arabic): Taghreed Turki, from Medina, Saudi Arabia: SHE SAYS "It was drunk by my grandfather and my ancestors and was the best drink for them, but now it's not very popular. It's healthy and is said to be a deterrent against cancer."NOW, AN ARRAY OF PRODUCTS ... READY FOR EXPORT WORLDWIDE.SOUNDBITE: (English) Roddy-Fok-Shan, general manager of the Majlis al Nasseem Coffee Shops: "We have to bring it to the major market, Paris, London, Seoul which will be coming soon, Japan. Japanese market has a craze, the Japanese market, the Chinese market, the Asian market ..."BUT WHAT ABOUT *TASTE?*SOUNDBITE: (English): Derek Turner, from Leicester, UK, voxpop: "I thought it was sweet but not overpowering ... "(NAT SOUND)SOUNDBITE: (English) Judy Havard, from Adelaide, Australia, voxpop: "Beautiful, actually it's a lovely cup of coffee and I didn't even realize that it was camel milk."FROM BEASTS OF BURDEN ... A TASTE ... THAT SATISFIES.LEE POWELL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS