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Müller’s UK operation will start the New Year by adding a further 2.5ppl to the milk price it offers farmers, building on its 2ppl uplift which takes effect from 1 December.
Proposals designed to secure a sustainable and vibrant future for Britain’s biggest fresh milk and ingredients business have been confirmed by Müller Milk & Ingredients (MMI).
One of the top trends predicted for the next year by Julian Melletin of New Nutrition Business is that more people will say yes to cheese in many formats, particularly as snacking becomes more of a common event.
Müller has written to dairy farmers to confirm that its standard litre milk price will increase by an average of 1 pence per litre from 1 October 2016.
2015/2016 has been a significant year for Dairy Crest. It successfully sold its dairies business and completed a programme of investment in functional ingredients manufacture at the Davidstow facility in Cornwall.
Dairy Crest has announced that Cathedral City is launching a new extended range of Spreadable cheeses.
The year 2016 has been a bad one for celebrities and musical types. Another childhood icon, Prince, died this week. And poor Victoria Wood is gone now – a classic comedienne if ever there was one. Both of them were taken too soon.
Dairy Crest (DC) and Dairy Crest Direct (DCD) have announced the new Davidstow balancing contract.
Dairy Crest has issued its interim management statement for the nine months ended 31 December 2015.
Müller Milk & Ingredients can play a major role in invigorating and revitalising the UK’s fresh milk and dairy sector, according to managing director, Andrew McInnes.
Dairy Crest has announced that it has purchased the outstanding 50% share of Promovita Ingredients held by Fayrefield Foods for a cash consideration of £6 (€8) million, funded from existing borrowing facilities.
Unternehmensgruppe Müller has confirmed that it completed the acquisition of Dairy Crest’s dairy business on 26 December 2015.
The World Cheese Awards in Birmingham, UK had something for everybody, according to Jenny Deeprose.
Mark Allen, CEO, says the sale of the dairies business will transform Dairy Crest into a branded and added-value foods business with a clear strategy for profitable and sustainable growth.