These are all the posts that have been tagged with cows.
The Hippocratic Post website reports that Britain’s teenage girls are ditching dairy, according to a survey among 2,000 UK adults, including over 1,000 parents, which showed that almost 1 in 5 teenage girls aged 13-19 are drinking less milk than two years ago, and one in six have cut it out of their diets altogether.
A PhD student at Harper Adams University in the UK has increased the level of long chain omega-3 while reducing the level of saturated fatty acids in cheese and producing the same the taste, by feeding microalgae to cows.
The advent of Food Ingredients Europe in Frankfurt last week was a much-needed note of cheer to round out this eventful year.
Dairy and livestock information company National Milk Records (NMR) has secured a £250,000 (€281,000) hire purchase facility from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
Testing services provider TÜV SÜD has carried out a survey examining consumers’ knowledge of hay milk.
I was in Stockholm last week for the European Dairy Association’s annual conference. When I wasn’t eating cottage cheese with nuts and small dried fruits, I was listening to the European Union’s Commissioner Cecilia Malmström get quizzed by top executives from Valio, Arla, DMK and Danone.
British retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) has become the first major retailer to source all of its fresh milk from RSPCA Assured dairy farms.
I was drinking my morning coffee last Saturday and reading the Grauniad (also known as the Guardian) when I came across Richard Clothier of Wyke Farm’s smiling visage peering out at me, from a field surrounded by cows.
Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a new Pure Dairy campaign to highlight how its range of Nutrilac dairy ingredients satisfies growing consumer demand for natural products.
Jonathan Fell, Director of The Ice Cream Farm, UK
Those who have not been to the International Cheese Awards at Nantwich should probably go at least once to the field in Cheshire if they love cheese.
In recent years, retail sales of fluid milk have experienced significant change and per capita consumption has decreased at a rate of 830ml per year since 1975.
Faced with unstoppable change, sometimes innovation and risk-taking is the only path that’s available.
Dr Mike Lewis of Reading University in the UK provides compelling arguments for dairy products.
Arla Foods in the UK has launched a new campaign for its brands that focuses on the commuter market and encourages people to “Eat Monday for Breakfast.”