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Fonterra is a very large exporter in New Zealand, where the local market amounts amounts to around 4.7 million people and the local cows produce around 21.5 million metric tons of milk annually.

Austria reports positive outlook

“Foreign trade for the Austrian dairy industry in 2017 showed a pleasing development. Particularly towards the end of the year, exports of Austrian dairy products could be significantly increased,” according to the president of the Association of Austrian milk processors (VÖM) Helmut Petschar.

Glanbia Ireland’s Wexford cheese plant reopened

Michael Creed, minister for agriculture, food & the marine and Glanbia Group chairman Henry Corbally have re-opened Glanbia Ireland’s Wexford cheese plant following a major capital investment programme.

Dairy calcium helps combat obesity

At last year’s British Dairy Council’s event ‘Dairy & Obesity: What the science says’, Javier T. Gonzalez from the University of Bath presented some insightful points on the potential of dairy calcium to combat obesity.

Arla Foods announces global investment

Arla Foods has announced a plan to invest almost half a billion pounds (€527 million) in 2018 as the company continues to deliver on its 2020 growth ambition.

Fonterra Australia sees €107m expansion

Fonterra Australia is matching its push to secure additional milk volumes with over AU$165 million (€107m) in capital expenditure in this financial year at its Victoria and Tasmania sites.

January 2018

Yogurts Ice Cream Hygiene & Safety Whey Ingredients Show Issue: ProSweets.

Arla and DMK in mozzarella deal

Arla Foods and German dairy company DMK Group have signed a third-party manufacturing contract that will see DMK produce 35,000 tons of mozzarella cheese for Arla per year at its Nordhackstedt site in northern Germany.

Meggle up in 2017

“Overall, Meggle recorded a positive development in the past fiscal year,” sums up Reinhold Schlensok, CEO for the German dairy group.