Dairy companies need to look outside traditional channels to medical nutrition for future growth. Julian Mellentin investigates. Dairy has long been the “most credible” source of nutrition for children, with a positive, all natural identity in the minds of parents. Recent years have seen most of the dairy industry back away from adding science-based ingredients […]Read more
The end of the quota system means that milk deliveries will increase significantly, the export market will grow in importance and above all competition will increase and thereby the challenges for the Austrian dairy industry, as throughout Europe the farmers already are preparing for the phasing out of quota and a corresponding increase in the milk delivery.
A new Canadean survey finds that consumers in the UK are acknowledging the importance of eating and drinking products that are high in protein, but consumers do not have enough protein in their daily diets – a challenge and opportunity for manufacturers.
Müller Wiseman Dairies has launched a promotion, in celebration of 25 years of its black and white brand, to help retailers engage with their local communities.
SCR Engineers has announced it will be collaborating with Nestlé to create the Nestlé Dairy Farming Institute (DFI) in China.
Irish Flexible Packaging (IFP), a supplier of butter foil to the dairy sector, is investing close to €1 million in its Wicklow factory ahead of next year’s planned abolition of milk quotas.