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Kraftkar has scooped the coveted title of World Champion Cheese at the 29th annual World Cheese Awards, coming top among a record number of entries that were judged at the Kursaal Congress Centre in San Sebastián, during the first day of the International Cheese Festival.
Scott Wotherspoon, CEO of The a2 Milk Company, UK and China.
The cheese equipment that will form Fonterra’s new state of the art cheese plant has arrived in Stanhope, Australia.
Donald Moore, chairman of the Global Dairy Agenda for Action, talks with Suzanne Christiansen about where the Dairy Sustainability Framework is now.
The European Commission says EU milk supply growth slowed down and EU milk deliveries are expected to be below last year in the second half of 2016.
Swiss giant Nestlé has topped agricultural analysts Rabobank’s top 20 list for dairy companies worldwide, according to the bank.
The International Dairy Federation’s parallel symposia on cheese and dried products showed the results of latest research. Suzanne Christiansen reports.
Somerdale International has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
It was an interesting way to spend a rainy Monday in Dublin, at the IDF Parallel Symposia. One half covered cheese science and technology, while the other was concerned with concentration and dried milk products. Both were well-attended.
Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited has announced a good performance in the first half of the current financial year, with normalised earnings of $665 (€596) million up 77% on the comparable period, and net profit of $409 (€366) million up 123%.
A new report published by the Dairy All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) in the UK looks at how dairy products contribute to a healthy lifestyle at all ages and calls for greater efforts to promote dairy as part of a balanced diet.
The World Cheese Awards in Birmingham, UK had something for everybody, according to Jenny Deeprose.
The next place for Europe’s milk was the subject at the European Dairy Association’s World Dairy Forum in Edinburgh. Suzanne Christiansen reports.
Fonterra Co-operative Group announced the intention to sell its Australian yogurt and dairy desert business to Parmalat Australia. The transaction, which is conditional on regulatory and other approvals, is expected to be completed in the first half of 2016.