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The news that the dairy arm of the UK Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board was at Anuga as part of its Great Britain pavilion comes at the same time news was released about UK inflation hitting its highest since April 2012, partly due to the higher cost of raw material imports.
Tetra Pak recently published a white paper on how new assessment methodologies can allow extended running times for milk pasteurisers.
Dairy co-operative LacPatrick has unveiled a new operation in Northern Ireland that will allow it to process milk on both sides of the Irish border, specifically for the growing number of customers in the UK.
Lakeland Dairies has opened a new €40 million milk powder plant at its Bailieboro site in Cavan, Ireland.
In the first months of this year, exports of butter from the EU fell by about a quarter, while exports halved in Australia.
Figures for the first half of 2017 show that Swiss cheese export levels for 2016 could not be maintained with 31,879 tons of exported cheese, processed cheese and ready-made dough (-77.2 tons or -0.2%).
Royal FrieslandCampina has announced that as of 1 January 2018 it will be splitting its organisation into four global business groups: Consumer Dairy, Specialised Nutrition, Ingredients and Basic Dairy.
Goat cheese consumption is growing globally, according to a recent report from Persistence Market Research.
Value-added drinks are becoming more popular globally, and the news from Mintel that India’s share of dairy milk introductions for flavoured milks reached 43% is just another indicator of that.
Having a pasteurizer run longer than the usual eight hours can be beneficial, says Andrzej Holanowski, senior dairy technologist at Tetra Pak
British independent dairy group Meadow Foods has announced its acquisition of Fayrefield Liquids.
Northern Ireland’s biggest dairy co-operative Dale Farm has won multiple awards at the recent International Cheese Awards.
The latest annual Rabobank survey highlights the global giants of the dairy industry, which have started to recover after two years of significant downturn.
Faced with unstoppable change, sometimes innovation and risk-taking is the only path that’s available.
The European Dairy Association (EDA) has welcomed the different initiatives that aim to simplify the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) at the European Commission’s conference, “The CAP: Have your say.”