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Self-optimisation, healthy eating and fitness are topics that concern consumers, particularly in urban areas.
Powder has been in the news this week, as Switzerland’s Hochdorf buys dairy powder Pharmalys, and Irish concern Ornua purchased CoreFX Ingredients in the US.
Non-dairy and the return of fat are two of the diverse trends in the sector.
The maximum volume limit for the EU’s milk production reduction scheme has been almost reached in the first wave of applications, according to a report released by the UK’s Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).
Swiss dairy group Emmi reached CHF 1.594 billion (€1.4bn) in sales, an increase of 2.0% (-0.7% organic) in the first half of 2016, compared to the same period last year.
Switzerland’s Hochdorf Group has processed 415.9 million kilograms of milk, whey, permeate and cream for the first half of this year, which is slightly less than for the same period last year.
Irish dairy ingredients giant Glanbia says its adjusted earnings are up 10.8% over the prior half year, and EBITA from wholly owned businesses was €157.4 million, up 13.7% in the same time period.
Clasado Biosciences, producers and suppliers of Bimuno(R) (B-GOS), a patented trans-galactooligosaccharide complex, announced the publication of results for the latest clinical study using B-GOS.
Agami, part of the Serac Group, is making plastic bottles more interesting in France and worldwide. Suzanne Christiansen reports from Trappes.
My family and I had full-fat yogurt smoothies this morning for breakfast. I am embracing the Turkish/Greek 10% fat lifestyle in yogurt, and we go through tubs of the stuff in the house – it is eaten for breakfast, used instead of crème fraiche in sauces, and generally incorporated into our daily diet.
Bel Portugal is spending time and money on revamping its Terra Nostra brand in the Azores. Suzanne Christiansen reports from São Miguel.
Last year wasn’t very good for Austrian dairy Nöm AG, which achieved sales of €321 million in 2015, 5% lower than the previous year.
Sometimes, when one is busy trying to figure out how to make a profit with the slump in milk prices post-quota, and how to reconfigure businesses so that the public will continue receiving its doorstep milk deliveries, other items that may be of importance in the future pass by.
The International Dairy Federation’s parallel symposia on cheese and dried products showed the results of latest research. Suzanne Christiansen reports.