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Emmi, who already has a 60% stake in Mittelland Molkerei has announced it has acquired 100% after a 40% share package from AZM Verwaltungs.
Arla Foods has continued to expand its portfolio of the UK’s lactose free dairy range by introducing Arla Lactofree Natural Yogurt.
“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.
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.
The global UHT Milk market was valued at US$60.8 billion in 2012 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.8% from 2013 to 2019, to reach an estimated value of $137.7 billion (€121.2bn) in 2019.
Bel Portugal is spending time and money on revamping its Terra Nostra brand in the Azores. Suzanne Christiansen reports from São Miguel.
The challenge to make a profit in these very tough dairy conditions is causing companies to look at different sectors and re-examine their product lineup.
The news this week about US dairy organisations and producers asking the American White House, to challenge a World Health Organization (WHO) proposal discouraging the consumption of dairy products by young children, by discouraging the promotion of milk and milk products to them, saddens me.
The next place for Europe’s milk was the subject at the European Dairy Association’s World Dairy Forum in Edinburgh. Suzanne Christiansen reports.
A new Sterideal ST5T-SPEC UHT heat exchanger unit, supplied by JBT Corporation’s Stork Food & Dairy systems business unit, has been added to the equipment in the filling machine pilot plant at SIG Combibloc’s combiLab.
The milk price situation in Germany after the expiry of the milk quota is still tense due to the Russian embargo and the recently weakened demand in growing markets such as China.
Professionals from all corners of the dairy industry gathered in London, UK, recently to address the
issue of sustainability.
The milk price situation in Germany is tense after the end of the EU quota.
Arla Foods and the Egypt-based dairy company Juhayna have agreed to form a joint venture that will sell Arla’s products across Egypt.