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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.
New research from Mintel’s Global New Products Database (GNPD) shows that flavoured milk products accounted for 43% of dairy drink introductions in India in 2016, up from 20% in 2012.
GEA is to install a new dairy plant, on a turnkey basis, for the AmulFed Dairy in Gandhinagar, India – a unit of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF).
China is currently the world’s biggest ice cream market, with sales estimated at 4.3 billion litres in 2016, followed by the US (2.7 billion litres) and Japan (756 million litres).
Exports of cheese from Britain have increased in the first three months of the year with worldwide sales up 29% to almost £143 million.
The outlook from the International Farm Comparison Network (IFCN) a year ago accurately predicted world milk prices would recover.
Dr Mike Lewis of Reading University in the UK provides compelling arguments for dairy products.
Stephen Jones, director and co-founder, Somerdale International
This week I am starting my working week off in Düsseldorf. This is the home of Interpack, the once every three-year packaging colossus that takes over the trade showgrounds in that German city. I expect to visit many stands and look at many machines, ranging from bulk bag filling to packaging for shelf units.
A better balance between supply and demand over the last year has improved prices, despite the build-up of EU intervention stocks in 2016, says a new report on milk ingredients from 3A Business Consulting.
Heritage Foods Limited of India is in the process of entering into a joint venture with a European dairy firm for manufacturing and marketing yogurt in India, according to its executive director Bahmani Nara.
European dairy exporters may boost sales in India if mandatory fortification is introduced, says Raghavendra Verma in New Delhi.
The rapid emergence of turmeric as the next big “naturally functional” ingredient is a perfect example of how you don’t need health claims to succeed.
The market for aseptic processing, by equipment is projected to reach US$12.24 billion (€11.5bn) by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 3.8% from 2017, in terms of value, according to a report from Markets and Markets.