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Latest IFCN analysis reveals that the world production growth rate of milk in 2016 was the lowest since 1997.
The news this week of further Brexit wrangling in Parliament, complemented by the bungling of the foreign secretary in matters dealing with a British national presently in prison in Iran, don’t really fill one with hope about how smoothly the transition to life outside the European Union will go for the United Kingdom, in light of the current government.
Is it too early to start thinking of Christmas? Over here in the UK, we have a whole procession of events leading up to the giant gorging, er, Christmas dinner.
Swiss dairy group Emmi has increased its stake in Mexideli 2000 Holding from 50% to 51%, and now owns the majority of the Mexican cheese importer.
As part of a four-day trip organised by Alltech, dairy farmers are being provided with the opportunity to tour some of Europe’s leading dairy farms.
With the Expo FoodTec Pavilion and its new Content Hub, this year’s Food ingredients Europe is set to offer a vast range of packaging, machinery, processing and consultancy services.
Flavours & Colours Functional ingredients Sweeteners Yogurts Show issue: Fi Europe, Food Matters Live.
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.
UK organic milk cooperative, OMSCo, has made a series of announcements at its OMSCo Together event.
Arla Foods has launched its first branded organic milk in the Middle East, the company’s biggest growth market outside Europe, the company says.
Butter prices in Austria are increasing, according to Georg Strasser, president at the Austrian Farmer’s Association.
Chocolate butter was very popular in Eastern Europe in the 1980s and 1990s and thanks to Grafschaft Hoya Dairy from Asendorf in Lower Saxony, the product is now experiencing a renaissance there.
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.