Business & trade
Novozymes invests in UV pasteurisation technology from Lyras
Biotech group, Novozymes, a global company specialising in industrial enzymes, has invested in a new, energy-saving UV filtration system from Lyras.
Business & trade, Dairy processing, Dairy science, Sustainability
The importance of education
One of the issues with education is that often, one doesn’t see the results for years, it’s no different from the dairy industry.
Fact.MR report shows parmesan cheese market growth
According to the latest published research report by Fact.MR, the expected valuation of the parmesan cheese market is $22.1 billion for 2032-end.
Rabobank says producers are feeling the squeeze
According to a new report from Rabobank, participants all along the dairy value chain are being squeezed.
Business & trade, Dairy processing, Dairy Production, Logistics
Wyke Farm’s better butter facility opens
Wyke Farm has invested £10 million (€11.2m) into the state of art dairy.
IFE 2023 returns to ExCel in London
IFE, International Food & Drink Event, returns to ExCeL London 20-22 March with food and drink products, over 100 insightful discussions, presentations and demos, and a host of new features.
Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses secures investment from Made Smarter
The Preston-based firm initially used Made Smarter help to invest in software systems.
Glanbia to sell mozzarella joint venture to Leprino
Glanbia and Leprino Foods Company says they have signed a non-binding agreement for Leprino Foods to acquire full ownership of Glanbia Cheese, a mozzarella maker in Europe, comprising Glanbia Cheese UK and Glanbia Cheese EU.
A way to stop milk losses in dairies
The rising costs of raw milk, electricity and other expenses are driving dairy plants to put more focus on reducing milk loss.
SIG to construct aseptic carton plant in India
The plant will supply its growing filler base, which now serves all leading dairy and non-carbonated soft drink players.
Looking north and west for exports
Northern Ireland has been in the news this week, due to the “Windsor Framework” agreement between the UK and the EU. I also got the chance to enjoy some Northern Irish cheeses at an event.
Update on the Swiss cheese export market
Amid a difficult year for the markets, Swiss cheese export figures have been mixed, with many positive points to note.
Fonterra updates on business sale in Chile
CEO Miles Hurrell says he’s pleased to confirm approval from the competition authority, Fiscalía Nacional Económica (FNE), has now been received.
Harrogate man wins Ice Cream Van of the Year 2023
John Taylor from ice cream van business C and M Ices in Harrogate has won Ice Cream Van of the Year award.