These are all the posts that have been tagged with cows.
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.”
Public interest in milk production in Germany appears to be evident in the purchasing decisions of milk.
Fonterra has launched its first Anchor milk pop-up store at Super Brand Mall in Shanghai, bringing a slice of New Zealand to one of China’s busiest shopping complexes.
Here in the UK the daffodils are out and the countryside is greening.
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.
NZMP’s New Zealand origins, trusted name and reputation are paying dividends in the US market, as consumers increasingly turn to brands that offer high quality, safe and nutritious food from trusted sources.
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.
The rapid emergence of turmeric as the next big “naturally functional” ingredient is a perfect example of how you don’t need health claims to succeed.
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?
Mazoon Dairy of Oman has awarded a contract for a dairy project in Buraimi, which will produce 202 million litres of milk by 2026, from 25,000 cows and using a fully automated milking parlour.