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Danone has launched a €1 billion efficiency programme. CEO Emmanuel Faber notes, “While we delivered a robust performance in 2016, the challenges we faced, including a slower turnaround of dairy in Europe and major market volatility, are a clear case to step up in our ability to seize consumer opportunities and improve our efficiency.
Tetra Pak has announced it plans to build a new plant at its Rayong site in Thailand, dedicated to producing closures for carton packaging.
According to new research from Euromonitor International, foods and beverages offering health benefits, such as free-from, and organic properties, drove value sales in 2016, with organic increasing by 6.8 percent to reach US$36 billion (€33.8bn) and free-from increasing by 7% to reach US$32 billion (€30bn).
Interest in Austrian products is growing in China, Salzburg Milch reported last week. Another example of cross-border trade is Fonterra’s move to make whiter butter for the Middle Eastern market.
Somerdale International has for the first time commenced the export of a range of British cheeses to The Philippines.
The US Dairy Export Council (USDEC) says that former US Department of Agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack has joined the organisation as president and CEO, effective 1 February.
The market for aseptic processing, by equipment is projected to reach US$12.24 billion (€11.5bn) by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 3.8% from 2017, in terms of value, according to a report from Markets and Markets.
Delegates at the recent Nizo Protein Dairy Conference in Singapore donned virtual reality headsets to step briefly into the dairy farm virtual world.
The trade in dairy products has suffered a number of massive blows in the last three years and is set to continue face headwinds going forward, according to Kevin Bellamy, global dairy strategist at Rabobank.
Non-dairy and the return of fat are two of the diverse trends in the sector.
Scott Wotherspoon, CEO of The a2 Milk Company, UK and China.
One of the top trends predicted for the next year by Julian Melletin of New Nutrition Business is that more people will say yes to cheese in many formats, particularly as snacking becomes more of a common event.
Winners of the 10th Swiss Cheese Awards have been selected, with the overall winner Jean-Claude Pittet from Alpage Les Amburnex for his Gruyére d’alpage AOP.
GEA has installed a high performance spray dryer at Fonterra’s new milk powder plant in Lichfield, New Zealand.