These are all the posts that have been tagged with cheese.
I was up in the beautiful, rainy Lake District this weekend for a swim. The swim didn’t go as planned – my day was cancelled and I wound up swimming a mile in choppy water on the Saturday and getting the biggest calf cramp I think I have ever had.
Dairy foods are linked to almost one quarter of infections caused by the food-borne pathogen, Listeria monocytogenes, accounting for over $700 million (€623.9m) in annual healthcare costs in the US.
Cheese veteran Tim Rowcliffe has been awarded the annual British Cheese Board Cheese Industry Award 2017 at the Royal Bath and West Show.
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.
On 25-26 July, the 120th International Cheese Awards will be held in Cheshire, UK.
Arla Foods is relaunching its Apetina brand globally this summer with a new pack design to reposition the brand as the cheese to cook with, it says.
Northern Ireland’s City Cheese company gained a gold award at the recent Artisan Cheese Awards, in Melton Mowbray, for a new raw milk goat’s cheese.
The Innovation Center for US Dairy has debuted the “Undeniably Dairy” campaign, which is an industry wide push to promote a love of all things dairy.
Having sold off its liquid milk assets and refocused on cheese and powders, Dairy Crest reported adjusted profit before tax up 5% to £60.6 million (€71m).
Arla has opened its new global innovation centre in Aarhus, Denmark. The centre will play a pivotal role in the company’s collaboration with customers and a key part in the pursuit of Arla’s UK Strategy 2020.
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.
Somerdale International has revealed plans to grow its presence further with the launch of a bespoke range of cheeses, the ‘Savile Row Cheese Co’ (Savile Row).
Stephen Jones, director and co-founder, Somerdale International
The Dairy Council has welcomed a new study which has found that eating milk, yogurt and cheese, does not increase risk of heart attack or stroke.