The European Food Safety Authority has published an opinion that Arla Foods Ingredients’ Peptigen IF-3080 (protein hydrolysate) is safe and suitable for use in infant formula and follow-on formula products in the EU.
A report has been released outlining the benefits and challenges of the nutrition labelling system, Nutri-Score.
The announcement from USDA clears up several years of confusion and takes a positive step toward restoring more varieties of milk to the school meals programme, according to the International Dairy Foods Association.
News arrives that the term Gruyère is a generic term, as decided by a US District Court, is being appealed by the plaintiffs, the Swiss Interprofession du Gruyère and the French Syndicat Interprofessional du Gruyère, the US-based publication, Cheese Reporter, notes.
The decision by Morrisons to remove Use-By-dates from milk packaging to avoid food wastage is welcomed news for the dairy industry, according to the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF).
The Austrian dairy industry is ready to further expand its sustainability & quality strategy, but additional services for higher qualities and cost increases for farmers must be compensated, says the president of the Association of Austrian Milk Processors (VÖM).
International leader in natural gums Alland & Robert announced it is delighted that acacia gum can be classified as a fibre for nutrition labelling purposes in the United States, including within dairy products.
In Germany, the Initiative Animal Welfare (ITW) organisation, which so far has developed a uniform labeling for meat, wants to expand to the husbandry for milk and dairy products as of 2022.
The yearly edition takes readers through a journey of animal health and welfare and illustrates the importance of adequate animal care of dairy animals for sustainable production.
The EFSA opinion confirms that the feed additive, Bovaer, reduces enteric methane emissions from dairy cows and is safe for the animal and the consumer.