These are all the posts that have been tagged with milk powder.
A year after the first milk summit in Germany, the federal minister of agriculture Christian Schmidt (pictured) invited the trade for a second milk summit.
Dr Mike Lewis of Reading University in the UK provides compelling arguments for dairy products.
German dairy Omira is considering a merger with the Lactalis Group.
A 16.5m cubic meter bio-methane plant is planned for installation at Arla Food’s Videbaek, Denmark site. The location produces milk powder.
Fonterra has reopened the doors to its milk powder manufacturing plant in Malaysia following a NZD$7 million ($4.8m) investment to boost manufacturing efficiencies and ensure that it continues to meet health and safety and food safety and quality standards.
Lakeland Dairies of Northern Ireland has reported increased profits for the year ending 31 December 2016.
All dairy proteins tested in a recent study met Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) standards as excellent/high-quality sources of protein for people six months of age or older, with DIAAS values of 100 or greater, according to the researchers at the University of Illinois.
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.
Pierluigi Christophe Orunesu, managing director, Eurolactis Italia
Export was difficult for the German dairy industry in 2016, according to Germany’s Export-Union für Milchprodukte.
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.
Swiss dairy group Emmi is continuing its niche strategy and has now acquired the US-based goat milk producer Jackson-Mitchell (also known as Meyenberg).
“The market is working and responding. The amount of milk has declined and after a long time the milk market is finally moving up again,” says chairman Peter Stahl at the German Dairy Industry Association’s (MIV) annual meeting in Berlin.