Nutrition and flavour expert Carbery Group is introducing Carbery Dairy to markets in Europe and Asia.
DuPont has received a first prize award from the China Dairy Industry Association for its YO-MIX® PRIME yogurt cultures.
The company has increased its lactoferrin capacity to enable strategic growth in its Early Life Nutrition and Adult Nutrition segments.
DuPont’s new dairy cultures allow for the production of optimal yogurt for both consumers and producers.
Chr Hansen Natural Colors now offers a colouring foods turmeric that can be used across many applications, including ice cream.
This week promises to be one where people smack their heads and try to figure out what others are thinking. As in, doing things like the following: signing their company’s name to a letter where it basically asks the European Union to take out Amendment 171 in the Common Agricultural Policy Reform. This is the one ensuring that the words “milk”, “cheese”, “yoghurt”, “butter” or “whey” are used exclusively for products that contain dairy milk.
A letter signed by several multinational companies including Unilever and Nestlé asks that the European Parliament reconsider some of its premises, including current provisions ensuring the words “milk”, “cheese”, “yoghurt”, “butter” or “whey” are used exclusively for products that contain dairy milk.
Future Market Insights (FMI) has highlighted the important factors that are expected to shape the growth of the lactose market over the forecast period (2020-2030).