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Arla Foods and the Egypt-based dairy company Juhayna have agreed to form a joint venture that will sell Arla’s products across Egypt.
According to Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead, Scotland’s dairy sector could reap the benefits if the EU extends country of origin labelling to dairy products. The issue is due to be discussed on Monday at the Agriculture and Fisheries Council. Mr Lochhead says, “Scotland has a number of world class dairy products that truly are […]
Vinamilk, Vietnam’s leading dairy products manufacturer, has launched a drinking yogurt under the brand name ‘Ozela’ that is designed specifically to meet the needs of preteen children, and is packaged in the carton pack combiblocMini 200 ml from SIG Combibloc.
Marketing products that have naturally functional ingredients and benefits remains the ‘king of trends’, according to the new trend forecast for 2015 from New Nutrition Business. “Naturally functional is an innovation strategy and it is behind many of the biggest successes such as water and almonds,” says Julian Mellentin, author of 10 Key Trends in […]
The dairy sector in India, which epitomizes the socio-economic development of the country, forms a crucial growth segment for India’s economy according to a report from Research and Markets. Increasing revenues and meliorated profits of the sector’s domestic players, a trend of diversification and consolidation observed in the sector, and foreign companies’ foray into the […]
Consumption of dairy products is increasing among British consumers, and children’s development remains a key growth driver, according to a new report from Canadean. In particular, there are opportunities to target busy parents with on-the-go dairy products such as milk or yogurt, says the research analyst. UK consumers are increasing the demand for dairy products, […]
The drinking yogurt market is exploding in China due to significant and sustained investment and a new demand for healthier drinks on the go, according to a report by Canadean. Drinking yogurt will become the third most consumed dairy drink in China by 2016, as the volume consumption of drinking yogurt will exceed that of […]
Yogurt consumption in Germany is growing almost twice as fast as other dairy products; a trend that is set to continue. According to a new report from Canadean, ‘Market Focus: Trends and Developments in the Dairy Food Sector in Germany’ the taste and texture of yogurt is more important than price and calorie count. Yogurt is set to grow […]
British yogurt company The Collective is expanding into the dessert category with a new range of gourmet yogurt mousse dessert pots.
Dairy food and drink is one of the fastest-growing sectors of world trade, according to market surveyors ACNielsen Global Services in an announcement made at the Anuga food fair in Germany. Overall champion in the league is drinking yogurt, with a 10% increase in earnings from sales in the 49 largest national markets and an […]
Following the breakdown of merger talks between the German Heideblume dairy and Austria’s N&M, another giant producer in the German-speaking dairy sector, Bauer from south Bavarian Wasserberg am Inn, has stepped in with a bid. The deal has been already accepted by the Heideblume board and now needs approval from the co-operative’s members. Bauer and […]
German sales of drinking yogurts increased by 7% in 2005 while total yogurt sales (solid and drinking) stayed stable at just under 25kg per household. Latest figures from the central market and price agency (ZMP) indicate that drinking yogurt is now the motor for dairy fresh article expansion with annual household consumption of the of […]
Campina has announced that Michael Feller has been named managing director Germany, a division of the Consumer Products Europe group, from 1 January 2006. Feller is currently country manager, Campina Russia, a post he has held for seven years. He will succeed J. Hans Burger, who accepted a position a few months ago as Director […]
After conquering the catering market, wrapped butter portions are being increasingly sold for use in private households in Germany, according to the country’s largest market research company GfK group. There, butter sales remain stable at around 6.5 kg per head in 2003 and 2004 but the high-fat dairy product has never lost its importance in […]