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German dairy Omira has introduced its latest development in milk powder, Pro Sweets. Omira has been producing the MinusL brand of lactose-free products for more than 15 years.
Hochwald Foods is closing production at the Weiding site in Bavaria, Germany as of 31 March 2018.
General director, Queseria 1605
Germany’s new dairy cooperative interest group IGM started its work in mid-February and the first subjects to be discussed were market volatility and animal welfare.
The year 2016 was successful for Germany’s Frischpack, as the cheese service provider recorded total sales of more than 45,000 tons, an increase of 400 tons compared to 2015.
Interest in Austrian products is growing in China, Salzburg Milch reported last week. Another example of cross-border trade is Fonterra’s move to make whiter butter for the Middle Eastern market.
The Chinese market is currently experiencing a steadily growing demand for high-quality Austrian dairy products, which is expected to grow in the future, according to SalzburgMilch.
One wonders what Glanbia and Hochland are thinking of the latest news from the US, about the executive order banning nationals from seven countries from entering, even with valid US permits. Both have set up joint ventures and purchased cheese businesses in the States.
Ornua has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire cheese ingredient company F.J. Need Foods Limited.
The supervisory board of DMK Deutsches Milchkontor has elected Heinz Korte as its new chairman. He will thus occupy the post of both Supervisory Board Chairman of DMK GmbH and Deutsche Milchkontor eG.
With some uncertainty about sustainability in the year ahead, Organic Monitor has given its predictions for sustainable foods in 2017.
Thorsten Rodehüser will assume the position of chief operating office for the planned business unit trade mark at DMK in Germany on 1 March.
In this season of eating and drinking, it is timely to consider the issue of food waste. For example, Gropper Dairy in Germany has teamed up with the local government to help reduce waste at source, along with recycling and raising consumer awareness.
Self-optimisation, healthy eating and fitness are topics that concern consumers, particularly in urban areas.