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The case for milk

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

Packaging on show

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.

Joint venture for Heritage

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.

Aseptic market to grow by 2022

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.

UHT tops in Swiss report

UHT whole milk is the most frequently bought by the Swiss gastronomic sector, according to the Federal Office for Agriculture (BLW) in its market report.

Expansion for Berglandmilch

Berglandmilch in Aschbach Markt is the largest dairy in Austria and has been extended by a new logistics centre.

From sheet to bottle

Agami, part of the Serac Group, is making plastic bottles more interesting in France and worldwide. Suzanne Christiansen reports from Trappes.

Arla expands lactofree range

Arla Foods has continued to expand its portfolio of the UK’s lactose free dairy range by introducing Arla Lactofree Natural Yogurt.

MIV views in light of Brexit

“The UK is and will remain a member of the World Trade Organisation, and is thus bound by common rules,” says Eckhard Heuser, executive director of the Dairy Industry Association (MIV) in Berlin, reacting to Brexit, the British vote in favour of leaving the EU.

Growth and UHT

The news that UHT is set to grow by 12.8% by 2019, according to new research from Persistence Market Research, is good for dairy in general.