Here is your roundup of the latest dairy processing news. Next week’s roundup will focus on packaging.
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- An expanding family farm has more than halved milking time for its herd, improving working conditions as well as increasing milk yield, after investing in GEA’s rotary milking parlour (pictured above).
- Fonterra’s Stirling cheese plant in Otago (NZ) has plans to be coal free and using wood biomass to fire the site by August 2022.
- Food Union has announced its investments in renewable energy to power ice cream and dairy operations in the Baltics and Norway.
- Arla’s on-farm R&D facility has been launched, showcasing a range of cutting-edge trials that are testing the tech of the future.