These are all the posts that have been tagged with yogurt.
Public Health England has been busy, with its latest report noting that companies should reduce sugar by 200,000 tonnes per year until 2020, using a voluntary guideline. Dr Alison Tedstone, director of diet and obesity at Public Health England, says that for example, bread contains 40 per cent less salt than 10 years ago, and nobody has really noticed.
Danone, which has been negotiating to buy American food and beverage company WhiteWave Foods, says that the companies have reached a major step in completing the planned merger.
Müller Milk & Ingredients unveiled its reformulated and rebranded FRijj range.
Kris Lloyd of Woodside Cheese Wrights discusses how she has made her market in South Australia with cheeses and a festival or two.
There continues to be encouraging news about the correlation between dairy and body mass index (BMI). A study published in the Nutrition & Diabetes journal showed that higher total dairy intake was associated with lower BMI, body fat percentage, waist circumference and blood pressure.
Arla Foods has released its group 2016 results and reveals a strong performance across its branded portfolio.
Arla Foods will invest approximately €19 million at its German Upahl plant this year, which will bring the total investment in the site to €70 million over the last three years.
It’s often the little things in life that irk a person. One personal bugbear of mine is being addressed by Rachel’s, which has added spoons to its on-the-go breakfast yogurt pots in the UK. I applaud this measure as so often, you’re out and about, and to have to remember to grab the spoon from the pile in the supermarket after the checkout and while you’re galloping towards a train, while not spilling your coffee as well.
We have been consuming less milk in the house, while at the same time increasing intake of Greek-style yogurt. This is due to the small child developing a keen interest in “yogurt pots,” as they are known.
Interest in Austrian products is growing in China, Salzburg Milch reported last week. Another example of cross-border trade is Fonterra’s move to make whiter butter for the Middle Eastern market.
European dairy exporters may boost sales in India if mandatory fortification is introduced, says Raghavendra Verma in New Delhi.
Ornua Nutrition Ingredients and EasiYo, a homemade, fresh yogurt brand from New Zealand, have entered into a supply partnership.
Like a pantomime villain, 2016 is being defeated and off it goes into the sunset at the end of the week. Good things did occur, but the loss of many notables made this year a particularly painful one. Never mind. There is always 2017 and much to look forward to.
In this season of eating and drinking, it is timely to consider the issue of food waste. For example, Gropper Dairy in Germany has teamed up with the local government to help reduce waste at source, along with recycling and raising consumer awareness.
Lancashire Farm Dairies is a family business. It began in 1984 as Pakeeza Dairies in Rochdale, run by Ghulam Zouq, the current managing director Azhar Zouq’s father.