These are all the posts that have been tagged with yogurt.
I have been editing a story on biofilms, which is set to be in the October issue of Dairy Industries International.
Cheshire, UK cheesemaker FJ Need (Foods) has been acquired by Irish agri-food co-operative Ornua. The multi-million pound acquisition was facilitated by legal firm Jolliffe & Co LLP.
Royal FrieslandCampina has announced that as of 1 January 2018 it will be splitting its organisation into four global business groups: Consumer Dairy, Specialised Nutrition, Ingredients and Basic Dairy.
Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a new Pure Dairy campaign to highlight how its range of Nutrilac dairy ingredients satisfies growing consumer demand for natural products.
The fastest growing market for goat milk is in the production of cheese due to increasing demand, according to a report from Persistence Market Research.
Organic flavour and ingredient manufacturer Blue Pacific Flavors has announced the opening of its new research and development laboratory, the Flavour Creation and Culinary Innovation Centre.
If WTO tariffs are applied post-Brexit, trade barrier rates will vary significantly depending on fat level and flavouring.
Having a pasteurizer run longer than the usual eight hours can be beneficial, says Andrzej Holanowski, senior dairy technologist at Tetra Pak
On 14 July, Prince Charles visited the Gemak-built Llaeth y Llan – Village Dairy yogurt plant.
Northern Ireland’s biggest dairy co-operative Dale Farm has won multiple awards at the recent International Cheese Awards.
Due to lower organic milk production in Switzerland being seen, the country’s organic butter storage is getting very low, so processors are thinking of importing organic milk.
It’s high summer here in the Northern Hemisphere, and even in the UK where we normally don’t get much of a summer, the recent heat has people are thinking of ice cream.
Not only German dairies support German athletics. Now Arla Foods is also starting to sponsor sports in Germany.
Silvestre Tulumba Investimentos (STI) in Angola has chosen GEA for the building of a turnkey dairy powder packing plant.