These are all the posts that have been tagged with butter.
As New Zealand marks the one-year anniversary of its Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with South Korea, Fonterra Co-operative Group is gearing up to take advantage of huge potential for its dairy products there, particularly cheese.
The Wensleydale Creamery has celebrated the 20th anniversary of the formation of its dedicated milk producer group in the UK.
Like a pantomime villain, 2016 is being defeated and off it goes into the sunset at the end of the week. Good things did occur, but the loss of many notables made this year a particularly painful one. Never mind. There is always 2017 and much to look forward to.
Milk supply from dairy export regions has fallen sharply, by 2.6m tonnes in the second half of 2016, with milk volumes from Oceania and Europe severely challenged, according to agricultural bank Rabobank’s Dairy Quarterly Q4 2016 report.
Seems the British public is rediscovering its love for cream. In fat terms, over the last 12 months, sales of potted cream at retail level represented around 31% of the total disappearance of cream in the UK.
Berglandmilch in Aschbach Markt is the largest dairy in Austria and has been extended by a new logistics centre.
Goat cheese enjoys a long tradition in many countries, according to Julia Büch, food and drink analyst at Mintel. But today, goat cheese trails distantly behind cow’s milk cheese in most of the Western world.
“The market is working and responding. The amount of milk has declined and after a long time the milk market is finally moving up again,” says chairman Peter Stahl at the German Dairy Industry Association’s (MIV) annual meeting in Berlin.
Global milk production is tightening quickly and in the face of firm domestic demand surplus for exports has reduced sharply, according to a report by Rabobank.
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.
After grading approximately 520 million packs of cheese and butter in his lifetime, Nigel Pooley has announced his retirement at Wyke Farms.
The head of Arla’s South East Asian business, Patrik Hansson, is to return to Sweden as the new head of Arla’s Swedish business from 1 November.
A simple, natural ingredient list means that butter is back in a big way, says Julian Mellentin.
The first half of 2016 was at least quantitatively better in Germany than was expected at the beginning of the year.