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There continues to be encouraging news about the correlation between dairy and body mass index (BMI). A study published in the Nutrition & Diabetes journal showed that higher total dairy intake was associated with lower BMI, body fat percentage, waist circumference and blood pressure.
Tetra Pak has announced it plans to build a new plant at its Rayong site in Thailand, dedicated to producing closures for carton packaging.
According to new research from Euromonitor International, foods and beverages offering health benefits, such as free-from, and organic properties, drove value sales in 2016, with organic increasing by 6.8 percent to reach US$36 billion (€33.8bn) and free-from increasing by 7% to reach US$32 billion (€30bn).
The Austrian dairy Vorarlberg Milch will invest around €25 million in an expansion building on its company premises in Feldkirch.
Andina Ingredients has announced its appointment as the exclusive UK and Ireland agent for Caglificio Clerici and Sacco.
With some uncertainty about sustainability in the year ahead, Organic Monitor has given its predictions for sustainable foods in 2017.
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.
Fonterra has pledged support to the New Zealand Ministry of Health’s Healthy Kids’ Industry Pledge which aims to help reduce rates of obesity in children in New Zealand.
Lancashire Farm Dairies is a family business. It began in 1984 as Pakeeza Dairies in Rochdale, run by Ghulam Zouq, the current managing director Azhar Zouq’s father.
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Tetra Pak has released a consumer study to highlight opportunities in the food and beverage market for seniors, those aged 60 and over, the fastest growing consumer group in the world.
Goat cheese enjoys a long tradition in many countries, according to Julia Büch, food and drink analyst at Mintel. But today, goat cheese trails distantly behind cow’s milk cheese in most of the Western world.
The announcement that Unilever and Tesco are engaged in a tussle over whether to increase the price of Marmite or not shows the depth of the international aspect of British companies.
Marcel Gabriel, maker of Stärnächäs cheese, Schollrüti Käserei, Switzerland.