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Milk debate Down Under

The food safety agency of Australia and New Zealand has opened the way for public comment on a number of possible changes to its recently...

Fonterra tastes success in UK

New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra has won a prestigious award in the UK for its vintage cheddar cheese. The award-winning cheese, manufactured at Fonterra Waitoa,...

Whey to go

One of the most important issues in cheese making is the reduction of fat and cheese fines in whey. While many modern cheese plants recover...

Waitrose to sell buffalo milk

UK supermarket chain Waitrose has begun sales of buffalo milk this week. The product is being sold in two stores in Milton Keynes and Leighton...

Tagatose gains further approval

The functional sweetener developed by dairy giant Arla Foods, Gaio-tagatose, has been granted approval by the South Korean government.The decision opens the door to a...

The Finnish-ed product

Finnish packaging provider Huhtamaki has supplied Unilever with a line of innovative packaging for its Carte d'Or ice cream yoghurt, recently launched in a number...

Extra cheesy

Invensys APV's re-developed Curdmaster cheese tank is now said to allow cheese manufacturers to reduce cheese fines in whey by up to 35 per cent,...

The latest film release

ExxonMobil will be showcasing its new film for in-mould labelling (IML) applications, at Labelexpo in Brussels September 24th-27th. The company claims that the IML Label-Lyte...

Spreading the message

Custom-designed thermoformed tubs from RPC Bebo Plastik have played a key role in the recent development of a new range of children's spreads from leading...

Crystal clear

Dairy manufacturers have spent fortunes devising solutions to make ice cream more enjoyable for consumers. Today's choice of products includes brands that can be scooped...

A glass of milk for breakfast

The UK's Dairy Council has responded to a survey conducted by researchers from Helsinki University, which found that starting the day without food was associated...

Ice cream dreams

Summer days are upon us and the ice cream temptation rises with the temperature. Meeting the consumer's desire for the perfect texture and mouthfeel has...

All you need to know about milk

Finding simple and interesting information on what's in food is not always easy. As a result, the UK's Dairy Council has produced The Nutritional Composition...

Vanilla flavour saver

The volatile vanilla market has seen food manufacturers turning to synthetic substitutes as prices per kilo have soared from double to treble figures in recent...

By gum!

The 16th edition of Fi Europe, which takes place from 18 to 20 November 2003 in Frankfurt, Germany, is drawing near. The event, which brings...

Allied Domecq chills out

Dairy products have for many years come in a wide variety of tastes, and manufacturers are continually looking for flavours which will help their products...

Dairy innovations

Snack brands catering for specific markets, rice-based FABs, functional dairy products and energy-giving or low-carb confectionery are among the recent highlights from the Mintel Global...

Milking the drinks market

Organic drinks have increased in popularity in recent years. Capitalising on this trend is North Wales-based company Classic Organic, which has launched an organic milk...

Unilever chills out

Anglo-Dutch consumer products group Unilever is to launch a number of chilled food products in core European markets in the autumn. Unilever, which has been...

A lighter shade of apple

US food colour manufacturer D.D. Williamson has developed a caramelised apple product from 100 per cent apple juice concentrate. The company claims that food processors...

Arabian cheese delights Danes

Puck, one of Arla Foods' most popular brands in the Middle East, is proving highly popular in the Danish market. The Arabian feta-style cheese follows...

From strength to strength

Bravo! Foods says it is ready to complete the rollout of its Slammers brand vitamin fortified flavoured milk to the entire Dutch Farms network, after...

Britvic shoots wide of the mark with Freekee Soda

Britvic launched its innovative new soft drink Freekee Soda in a blaze of publicity at the start of the year, but with sales faltering after...

Flavour innovation for soya milk

Moves to increase market share drove Belgian soy product developer Alpro to develop a chocolate flavour fresh soya milk for the British consumer. Launched under...

Can milk reduce asthma?

The components in milk fat could be responsible for lower rates of asthma among young children, concludes a study in Thorax, which challenges previous findings...

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