These are all the posts that have been tagged with yogurt.
Northern Irish food businesses, Morelli’s Ice Cream and Irish Black Butter Company, have joined forces to create a new ice cream.
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.
After a few fraught weeks for Müller’s home delivery system Milk & More, everything is now running smoothly again.
According to new data published by Müller UK, since 2015 the brand’s popular yogurt range has achieved a 13.5% reduction in total sugar, equalling 1,759 tonnes.
Arla Foods amba has announced its 2017 results with the UK increasing retail and foodservice revenue to £1.94 billion (€2.2bn), up from £1.79bn (€2.19bn) in 2016.
We all worry about our waistlines here in the modern world. I myself spend quality time plodding down by the Thames, exercising away my continued reliance on too much of a good thing (plus, doing a bit of bird-watching. I saw two Egyptian geese there yesterday).
Swiss dairy group Cremo is building an organic dairy in Lyss.
The Soil Association has released its Organic Market 2018, with results showing that dairy accounted for 28.7% of the UK’s total organic spend in 2016-2017, and saw an increase of 3.1% in value for that period.
Arla Foods has announced that it will acquire Yeo Valley Dairies, a subsidiary of the Yeo Valley Group.
A healthy diet is important for people, according to 92% of respondents in a nutrition survey by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
Arla Foods has announced that it will be closing its Brabrand Dairy in Aarhus, Denmark due to an increasing demand for yogurt products from European consumers and a lack of expansion options.
Siggi’s, the US based maker of Icelandic style skyr yogurts with “simple ingredients, not a lot of sugar” has been purchased by dairy giant Lactalis.
The advent of Food Ingredients Europe in Frankfurt last week was a much-needed note of cheer to round out this eventful year.