These are all the posts that have been tagged with cheese.
According to a Dentsu study in which 1,822 Austrians between the ages of 15 and 64 were interviewed, Austrian hay milk is well known and in demand.
The news that the European Union and Mexico have reached a free trade agreement is of some concern in some quarters, particularly north of the Mexico-US border, but not here in Europe.
EU commissioner for trade Cecilia Malmström, EU commissioner for agriculture Phil Hogan and secretary of the economy of Mexico Guajardo Villarreal have announced the conclusion of an agreement in principle on trade and investment between the European Union and Mexico.
According to the latest figures from HMRC, exports of cheese from the UK surpassed the £615 million mark last year, rising 23% from 2016.
It’s always a challenge changing perceptions, as US cheese makers are discovering. US dairy is used worldwide, but often as a commodity base.
The Wensleydale Creamery, based at Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales, has added a Yorkshire Brie to its portfolio of dairy products.
It had to happen in the US. Having spent 20 years turning the American beer scene into a plethora of good beer options, the artisanal cheese market is booming, with various milk cheeses from around the country showing up in the suburbs.
German dairy Bauer won 85 gold and six silver medals at the Europe-wide test of dairy products conducted by the DLG (German Agricultural Society).
I’ve been in the US visiting friends and relatives this week, and enjoying the variety of weather on offer in April. Snow to start, and now it’s sunny.
Fonterra has added lactose-free and high protein cheese options to its Anchor dairy product range in New Zealand.
Arla Foods has announced that it plans to sell its cheese production site in Sonthofen, Germany to German-based dairy company Allgäuer Hof-Milch GmbH.
“Foreign trade for the Austrian dairy industry in 2017 showed a pleasing development. Particularly towards the end of the year, exports of Austrian dairy products could be significantly increased,” according to the president of the Association of Austrian milk processors (VÖM) Helmut Petschar.
“Significantly better milk prices over the last year were good for milk producers and dairies. However, 2017 was also characterised by rising milk volumes in Europe and around the world,” notes, Hans Holtorf, the CEO of frischli Milchwerke and deputy chairman of the German Dairy Industry Association (MIV).
The Swiss state is withdrawing from the culture production of typical Swiss cheese, according to Swiss media.