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The news that the European Union and Mexico have reached a free trade agreement is of some concern in some quarters, particularly north of the Mexico-US border, but not here in Europe.
According to the latest figures from HMRC, exports of cheese from the UK surpassed the £615 million mark last year, rising 23% from 2016.
Dairy UK has said that the environmental and nutritional contribution of the dairy sector has been willfully misrepresented following the publication of a report urging reduced consumption of dairy products.
Lancashire Farm Dairies has revealed that it will be using free range milk in all of its yogurt products, a move that is hoped will benefit cows and farmers.
It’s always a challenge changing perceptions, as US cheese makers are discovering. US dairy is used worldwide, but often as a commodity base.
Arla Foods UK has begun consumer testing of a new indicator called Mimica Touch. When added to product packaging, the indicator can tell the consumer when the product is beginning to expire.
The Wensleydale Creamery, based at Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales, has added a Yorkshire Brie to its portfolio of dairy products.
British food and drink brand Appy Kids Co is expanding its portfolio of healthy goods by adding a new dairy line.
Patrick Denny, a final year student from Harper Adams University, has been crowned this year’s RABDF Dairy Student Award winner.
Last week I was at Anuga FoodTec, a trade show in Germany, and saw three bottles for adding to drinks in the press centre first thing in the morning, before I embarked on my mad gallop around the various halls and stands.
Exporter of Irish dairy products Ornua has published its operating and financial results for the year ended 30 December 2017.
Ice cream maker Henry Nurkowski has been appointed president of the Ice Cream Alliance (ICA).
Water use reduction, innovation centres and how the Swiss will improve their sustainable production were all features of last week’s news.
The Centre for Dairy Research (CEDAR), University of Reading has been named an Innovation Centre by LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming), the leading organisation promoting more sustainable farming.