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These are all the posts that have been tagged with cheese.

Saputo bids for rest of Warrnambool

Canadian dairy giant Saputo’s Australian arm is making an all-cash takeover offer for Warrnambool Cheese and Butter, to cover the 12% of the company it does not already own.

Gambling on the US

One wonders what Glanbia and Hochland are thinking of the latest news from the US, about the executive order banning nationals from seven countries from entering, even with valid US permits. Both have set up joint ventures and purchased cheese businesses in the States.

Fonterra produces white butter for Middle East

Fonterra’s research and development centre, alongside its global ingredients business NZMP, has developed a new white butter product to meet growing demand from manufacturers in the Middle East market.

Glanbia, DFA, MMPA and Foremost Farms in US joint venture

Glanbia, Dairy Farmers of America, Michigan Milk Producers Association and Foremost Farms USA announced today that they are in advanced discussions to create a stand alone joint venture to build and operate a new cheese and whey production facility in Michigan, US.

Hochland buys Franklin in US

German cheesemaker Hochland has taken over the US fresh cheese producer Franklin Foods, which was founded in Vermont in 1899, but today is headquartered in Florida.

Cheese debate is grate, says Innovative Farmers

The UK Grate Cheese Debate hosted by Innovative Farmers brought together farmers attending the Oxford Farming Conference and Oxford Real Farming Conference, by asking, how do different farming systems offer the taste of cheese and what do they offer the future of dairying?

Klevertec develops new pasteurisation techniques

The industrial pasteurisation of viscous foodstuffs with piece fractions is usually carried out in a time consuming and energy intensive batch process in stirred kettles, however German company Klevertec is developing new processes.

Cheese and global expansion

I spent my holiday season personally ensuring that French, Dutch and English cheese makers sold products. I did this by buying and eating loads of it, including the delightful Bermondsey hard-pressed cheese, which is made in a 100-year old vat under the arches near London Bridge.