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

BMI sets up milk production line in Germany

The German dairy Bayerische Milchindustrie eG (BMI) has announced it will be setting up a production line for drinking milk, whipped cream, acid cream and chocolate milk in reusable glass packaging at the fresh stand of the cooperative in Würzburg.

Northern Irish in export drive

Sales of almost £4 million (€4.7m) for dairy products from Northern Ireland companies were achieved over the past two years from a major marketing initiative part funded by the European Union.

The US in dairy

It is interesting that the current occupant of the White House seems to embody what healthcare issues the US has right now. He is an older gentleman and quite overweight. I have no doubt he probably suffers from type-2 diabetes and high blood pressure.

Arla Organic Farm Milk supports UK Coffee Week

Arla Organic Farm Milk has announced that it will be the sponsor of UK Coffee Week, a campaign that takes place in thousands of coffee shops across the country to support the coffee growing communities around the world.

Gropper expands Bissingen site

The German dairy Gropper has invested in the expansion of its main location in Bissingen, with the opening of a new canteen, more office space and changing rooms.

Raise a glass for one billion

Happiness, I am sure, can be found in a glass of milk, and since 2001, 1 June, World Milk Day, has been observed by the United Nations. It was initiated by the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to mark the importance of dairy.

Sterilizer cleared out

At an Indonesian production site of the world’s leading dairy food brand, sterilized milk is produced in huge quantities.

Guiding cheese to the end of line

One of New Zealand’s top dairy companies needed to safely transport flow packs of cheese without decreasing the accessibility of the production lines.

Reformulate with care

Public Health England has been busy, with its latest report noting that companies should reduce sugar by 200,000 tonnes per year until 2020, using a voluntary guideline. Dr Alison Tedstone, director of diet and obesity at Public Health England, says that for example, bread contains 40 per cent less salt than 10 years ago, and nobody has really noticed.