Improving dairy production in developing countries is a topic that will be highlighted in the November issue of the Journal of Dairy Science.
Brazilian dairy farm Fazenda Trevisan has again chosen GEA for its latest project: a new production line for milk processing that guarantees low energy consumption, minimises carbon footprint and adds a guarantee of origin.
The International Dairy Federation’s latest project – the development of a Global School Milk Knowledge Hub, is to be launched in early 2021.
Emmi increased sales in the first six months of the financial year, which was affected by the corona crisis, by 6.6% to CHF1.7bn (€1.5bn).
Yili Group’s rise to the global top five in Rabobank’s 2020 Global Dairy Top 20 Report strengthens its number one spot among Asian dairy producers.
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).
One of the things I’ve been saying for years is that soya drinks are not an eco-friendly alternative to cow milk, and it seems the Times of London agrees with me. A new study published in the paper notes that more harm may be done to the rainforests of Brazil because it is being cleared to grow soya beans.
Chr Hansen is celebrating a successful reception of its CHY-MAX Supreme coagulant by donating money to Danish NGO Dairy Without Borders for each industrial trial with the product.