These are all the posts that have been tagged with cheese.
Public Health England has been busy, with its latest report noting that companies should reduce sugar by 200,000 tonnes per year until 2020, using a voluntary guideline. Dr Alison Tedstone, director of diet and obesity at Public Health England, says that for example, bread contains 40 per cent less salt than 10 years ago, and nobody has really noticed.
Fonterra’s Australian business is in good shape and performing well, says Fonterra Australia managing director René Dedoncker.
Arla Foods has decreased its milk price to owners by 0.042 pence per litre from 1 April.
The majority of a room of healthcare and nutrition experts did not agree that milk and dairy foods should be targeted by public health recommendations to reduce population risk of heart disease or type 2 diabetes.
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.
First Milk has announced that Mike Gallacher is to step down as CEO and will be succeeded by Shelagh Hancock.
Award winning British cheese Stinking Bishop has launched a bid to be known as the Easter cheese with a full scale promotional campaign being run through its network of stockists, specialist delicatessens and cheese shops.
Looking at myself wittering on about cheese on the episode of The Farmers’ Country Showdown on BBC1 last week, I thought, I wish I’d combed my hair before they started filming. And boy, do I get red when put under any public gaze.
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.
General director, Queseria 1605
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.
The rise in vegetarians and so-called flexitarians – occasional vegetarians who reduce meat consumption because of health, animal welfare or environmental issues – is translating into specific opportunities in cheese aisles across France with cheese emerging as a popular replacement for meat, according to Caroline Roux, an analyst for Mintel.
We have been consuming less milk in the house, while at the same time increasing intake of Greek-style yogurt. This is due to the small child developing a keen interest in “yogurt pots,” as they are known.