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Fonterra has announced an investment of almost $20 million (€12.6m) at its Te Rapa site to meet growing demand for cream cheese and mini-dish butter.
Ornua has published a review of its 2016 operational and financial performance. It delivered a strong trading performance in 2016 and turnover rose by 9%, on a like for like basis, to €1.75 billion.
Stephen Jones, director and co-founder, Somerdale International
Lakeland Dairies of Northern Ireland has reported increased profits for the year ending 31 December 2016.
Fonterra has launched its first Anchor milk pop-up store at Super Brand Mall in Shanghai, bringing a slice of New Zealand to one of China’s busiest shopping complexes.
Heritage Foods Limited of India is in the process of entering into a joint venture with a European dairy firm for manufacturing and marketing yogurt in India, according to its executive director Bahmani Nara.
As packaging and label laws keep changing, the global regulatory affairs team at Campden BRI discussed what lies ahead for dairy processors with Dairy Industries International.
Export was difficult for the German dairy industry in 2016, according to Germany’s Export-Union für Milchprodukte.
Deutsches Milchkontor (DMK) has started it its comprehensive organisational and business reorientation. The employees representatives agreed to the plans at after several months’ discussion.
Here in the UK the daffodils are out and the countryside is greening.
The Organic Milk Suppliers Cooperative (OMSCo), which represents 65% of the UK’s organic milk pool, is keen to raise awareness that consumers have always had an ‘active choice’ when it comes to supporting a pasture-based farming systems and buying ‘free range’ milk.
Kris Lloyd of Woodside Cheese Wrights discusses how she has made her market in South Australia with cheeses and a festival or two.
Arla Foods has released its group 2016 results and reveals a strong performance across its branded portfolio.
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.