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Korea’s new love for cheese makes up for world’s highest milk prices

Now one of Asia’s fastest-growing markets, South Korea offers greater export opportunities for countries like New Zealand as tariffs are cut through free-trade agreements, according to an American market report....

‘Europe needs innovation’: Kerry

Irish dairy giant Kerry has called for more innovation in the dairy sector, saying Europe needs it more than ever to counter a flat macroeconomic environment and dropping milk prices.

'Cheese is intimidating': Sell the story and experience of the product to make consumers comfortable

Buying cheese can be confusing: but focusing on the story and experience behind the product can help alleviate confusion for consumers, according to an industry organization. 

Healthy innovation from British start-ups: Cauliflower porridge, cinnamon water and quark

Is cinnamon water set to steal coconut water's crown, can quark ever rival Greek yoghurt and will cauliflower rice really replace oats for a healthy breakfast porridge? FoodNavigator met up...

Germans ditching mild cheese for stronger, heartier offerings, says Mintel

German consumers are increasingly ditching mild cheese in favor of stronger offerings, including alcohol-flavored products, says Mintel.

Loud and proud: EU handouts to help European agri-food products stand out

Over 30 trade-association led campaigns promoting everything from olive oil to fresh meat have been named the recipients of the latest round of EU funding for agri-food products.

10% increased demand for formula expected from China’s relaxed baby policy

The relaxation of China’s birth policy has had little immediate impact on milk demand and its global prices, though a moderately increased demand for infant formula is likely.

Swisslog wins €43m order with Almarai dairy in Saudi Arabia

Swisslog has won a €43m order with Almarai dairy, in Saudi Arabia, to automate its distribution logistics for its operations in Al Kharj, to be completed by 2018.

US Greek yogurt market to reach $4bn by 2019: Technavio

The Greek yogurt revolution will continue its stateside ascent, according to Technavio. The market is slated to grow 5% each year before reaching $4bn in 2019.


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Dairy alternatives market to reach $19.5bn by 2020

Global consumption of dairy alternatives is set to rise rapidly driven by Asian-Pacific, according to a recent report.

Tesco to improve dairy industry support

British supermarket Tesco has announced that its biggest farming group, the Tesco Sustainable Dairy Group (TSDG), is aiming to expand the amount of dairy farms it supports by a quarter.

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Tetra Pak to launch ad-on-pack advertising to promote UHT milk in North Africa

Tetra Pak will be reaching out to consumers through ad-on-pack and digital advertising and holding events for doctors and nutritionists, to promote the benefits of UHT milk in Morocco later...

EEX platform sets new Dairy Futures record

The European Energy Exchange (EEX) has registered a new record in Dairy Futures, six months after it migrated agricultural futures to its platform.

Dairy Crest becomes ‘key corporate target’: analysts

Dairy Crest is a prime takeover target as the sale of its troubled dairies to Müller nears completion, according to leading analysts.

Worldwide infant formula sales set to rocket as China ends one-child policy

The abandonment of the one-child policy in China is expected to grow sales of infant formula by 10-15%, with 1.5-2 million more babies likely to be born each year in...

Apac cheese market to leap to $15.5bn by 2021

The Asia-Pacific cheese market is worth US$8.3bn and is expected to almost double to US$15.5bn by 2021, according to a Research and Markets report. This corresponds to an annualised growth...

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Napco expands into extrusion coating, rotogravure printing and aluminium lidding

Napco, which works with Nestle, Mars and Kwality ice cream, has expanded its corrugated, paper and plastic packaging manufacturing capabilities to include extrusion coating, rotogravure printing and aluminium lidding. 

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Formulation strikes, marketing makeovers, new ingredients, winning science, regulatory landscapes explained – take your seat for this and more at Sports Nutrition 2015, online and free on October 22, otherwise known as today!

KPMG highlights 'misconceptions' about offshore interest in NZ dairy land

KPMG has published a report that highlights "misconceptions" about Chinese investment in New Zealand dairy farm land. 

Industry must boost social protection for rural farmers: FAO

Rural poverty is the theme of this year’s World Food Day but agriculture in itself is not enough to end hunger, says the FAO – social protection is vital to protecting...

Great American Milk Drive boosts 'goodwill and feelings toward milk': MilkPEP

The Great American Milk Drive has delivered more than 6m servings of milk to food banks across the US to date, but Victor Zaborsky, vice president of marketing for MilkPEP,...

‘Enjoy, it's from Europe’: New programme set to promote EU agriculture in 2016

A new €111 million programme aims to help European food producers find new markets outside the European Union and promote consumption of agri-food products within the EU.

Consumers will pay more for products with additional information on ingredients, allergy, survey finds

Manufacturers could help restore consumers' waning faith in the quality and safety of food and beverages, and potentially command a higher price point, by providing consumers with more information about...

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