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The case for milk

Dr Mike Lewis of Reading University in the UK provides compelling arguments for dairy products.

Ornua publishes 2016 review

Ornua has published a review of its 2016 operational and financial performance. It delivered a strong trading performance in 2016 and turnover rose by 9%, on a like for like basis, to €1.75 billion.

Belief in better times

The first big European meeting of the dairy industry in 2017 was, on the face of it, a triumph of hope over adversity, as flags and banners around Brussels proclaimed the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty, which set Europe on the path to union.

Dairy APPG asks UK government about Brexit

The UK Dairy APPG held a second oral evidence session as part of its inquiry on skills, education and labour in the context of the Brexit negotiations, raising several issues with Immigration Minister Robert Goodwill MP.

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.

Kerry Group appoints Sheil

Kerry Group’s taste and nutrition division has appointed Malcom Sheil as president and CEO of its business in Europe.

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.

New face at FrieslandCampina Germany

FrieslandCampina Germany will now be managed by Jan Kruise. He follows Peter Weltevreden, who will devote himself to cross-organisational projects at FrieslandCampina Consumer Products Europe, Middle East & Africa.

Glanbia’s grass fed ingredients approved in US

Glanbia has announced the verification of Truly Grass Fed, a range of dairy ingredients from Glanbia, by the Non-GMO Project, North America’s seal for genetically modified organisms (GMO) avoidance for consumers.