These are all the posts that have been tagged with butter.
Fonterra Australia is matching its push to secure additional milk volumes with over AU$165 million (€107m) in capital expenditure in this financial year at its Victoria and Tasmania sites.
In a survey of 2,000 consumers in the UK, US, Spain and Australia, carried out by New Nutrition Business, 79% of consumers revealed that they find messages surrounding health, food and nutrition confusing.
Fonterra has launched a new fresh milk product in China in partnership with Hema Fresh, Alibaba’s retail concept which combines traditional bricks-and-mortar shopping with a digital experience.
Ornua is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Hunter to the new role of managing director of Ornua Foods UK.
Growth in milk supply—which turned positive in the second quarter if 2017— accelerated in the third quarter.
It has been a very busy year here at Dairy Industries International headquarters, with a flurry of shows and events throughout the year keeping us out and about, from Nantwich to Frankfurt to Chicago.
“Overall, Meggle recorded a positive development in the past fiscal year,” sums up Reinhold Schlensok, CEO for the German dairy group.
I went to Food Matters Live last week and talked about butter. Specifically, Finnish butter, which Finland co-operative Valio is introducing early next year in the UK.
New research from Mintel reveals that over three in five (62%) Brits who buy butter, spread, oil and fat say they are frying less food at home now compared to a few years ago, while 43% say they are buying fewer bread products and 42% say they are baking less at home.
“Butter was the price breaker of the year and in a positive way,” says Eckhard Heuser, CEO of the German dairy industry association MIV (Milchindustrie-Verband).
Is it too early to start thinking of Christmas? Over here in the UK, we have a whole procession of events leading up to the giant gorging, er, Christmas dinner.
The IDF launched the World Dairy Situation Report 2017 at the summit in Belfast.
According to agricultural consultany Promar International, the UN Dairy Price Index (DPI) is at its highest level since 2014, having increased by a significant 48.2 points in the last 12 months and by 4.5 points during September to reach 224.2 points.
Dairy UK has published the White Paper report for 2017 which details the opportunities and challenges that the industry is facing over issues such as Brexit and consumer confidence in dairy foods.