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The news that the dairy arm of the UK Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board was at Anuga as part of its Great Britain pavilion comes at the same time news was released about UK inflation hitting its highest since April 2012, partly due to the higher cost of raw material imports.
A report outlining the case for UK dairy farming to maintain access to EU labour in the short term, and improve the pipeline of domestic labour in the long term, has been presented to the UK Department of Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra)’s access to labour team by the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) in London.
UK manufacturer of specialist dairy products BV Dairy has begun contract packaging after signing a new long term contract to produce bottled kefir cultured milk drinks.
Commenting on Unilever’s decision to divest its margarine division, Pinar Hosafci, food analyst at Euromonitor International, says, “It is no secret that consumers have grown skeptical of health claims in spreads, and are returning to butter as they look for more natural and wholesome alternatives in their diets.
British dairy farmers lost an average of 3.49p/litre (€0.0394) in 2016-17, following the extended spell of low milk prices, according to a new survey by accountant Old Mill.
UK organic milk cooperative, OMSCo, has made a series of announcements at its OMSCo Together event.
Today’s (27 September) World School Milk Day is being celebrated with an initiative to get primary schools across Great Britain sharing their favourite thing about milk.
Proposals for a period of transition, and protections for the Republic of Ireland and EU citizens living in the UK currently are welcome, but clarity on EU labour and farming subsidies is still needed, says Dr Judith Bryans, chief executive of Dairy UK.
Plastic, despite the sight of islands of it floating in the Pacific Ocean, has been a great benefit to modern society – it provides us with safe, clean food in a transportable package, among its many other qualities.
According to the organisation’s sector chairman, British farm assurance scheme Red Tractor has never been more important to the UK dairy industry.
Tetra Pak recently published a white paper on how new assessment methodologies can allow extended running times for milk pasteurisers.
Women in Dairy has announced the finalists of the first ever Dairy Industry Woman of the Year Award which will celebrate the achievements of women in the British dairy industry.
Müller will invest around €113m over the next three years to facilitate a new generation of branded and private label yogurt and desserts products, made from milk produced by British farmers.
Considering the €31.8 billion a year American demand for organic food, independent economist Séan Rickard says British organic food producers must seize their opportunity to export goods to the US, while they can.
Dairy UK is set to get a new chairman in the form of Paul Vernon, the CEO of Glanbia Cheese Ltd. He succeeds the very capable Dr David Dobbin in this important role, as the British dairy industry faces its most challenging years.
Dairy co-operative LacPatrick has unveiled a new operation in Northern Ireland that will allow it to process milk on both sides of the Irish border, specifically for the growing number of customers in the UK.