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Sour taste for EU

There are fears that today's EU summit could be overshadowed by a dispute over Portuguese milk quotas. The country has long complained of losing out...

Ireland to invest

Ireland's minister for agriculture and food, Joe Walsh, has stressed the importance of investment in research and development. Speaking recently at the Moorepark food research...

Dairy food safety in a wider Europe

The imminent enlargement of Europe is littered with potential complications, and none more so than for the food and drink industry. An industry-backed event focusing...

Lid lifted on Lidl

Swedish dairy firms such as Arla have refused to supply German discount chain Lidl with milk. The supermarket group, which operates around ten stores in...

Foss first for rinsing

Denmark-based analysis and safety systems provider Foss says it has improved the capabilities of the new rinse concentrate for its milk scanning system. The company...

Commission penalises sorbate cartel

The European Commission yesterday slammed a €138.4 million fine on four sorbate suppliers accused of operating a cartel in the 1990s. Following investigations the Commission...

Innovations in Asian dairy market

New Zealand dairy leader Fonterra says sales of its colostrum and Stolle milk have risen significantly in key Asian markets, following the outbreak of Severe...

The future of Jersey cows

The future of Jersey's dairy industry is to be the subject of an island-wide debate, following the publication of a recent report. Dr Maurice Bichard...

Dairy drive to reduce obesity

Leading scientists from the United States, Australia and Canada gathered in Toronto yesterday to present their latest findings on the role of diet, nutrition and...

Saucy salads!

Suppliers of whey, dairy proteins, emulsifiers and other ingredients for salad dressings will welcome the findings of a new survey that reveal 95 per cent...

The benefits of dairy goods

A campaign to persuade schoolchildren to consume more dairy products has been launched in Ireland. The aim of the initiative is to ensure that as...

NFU demands milk price hike

The UK's National Farmers' Union (NFU) has repeated its demands for a two pence per litre increase in farm gate milk prices at the National...

Dairy FiE finalists

Our run up to the Food Ingredients Europe exhibition in Frankfurt continues with a look at the selection of ingredients nominated by the jury for...

Irish dairies: unify or die

The heads of the Irish dairy sector met with agriculture minister Joe Walsh yesterday to discuss the Prospectus Strategic Development Plan. This report, which was...

UK's shadow secretary speaks out

David Lidington MP, the UK's shadow secretary of state for the environment, food and rural affairs, outlined his party's view of the dairy industry at...

GM-free dairy labels popular with consumers

Good news for food manufacturers and ingredients companies involved in the dairy market with findings from a recent study in the US revealing that many...

Good networking

Europe has launched a new functional food network for the European food industry in a bid to strengthen innovation in this burgeoning area. Functional foods...

Edendale expansion for Fonterra

A new milk powder drier will begin processing milk today at Fonterra's Edendale plant. The factory that is now possible of processing 11 million litres...

Russian ice cream sales improve as Unilever lifts the market

After a two-year absence, Anglo-Dutch food company Unilever returned to the Russian ice cream market in the first half of 2003, a move which helped...

Restructuring after the sucess of One-Shot

The success of the One-Shot brand of single portion ice cream dispensing has led the inventor, UK-based McGill Technology, to restructure its group operations in...

Say cheese as the Brits go abroad

Following a 5.8 per cent value growth in British cheese sales abroad, Food from Britain (FFB) aims to stimulate foreign interest at Cheese 2003 in...

Dairy Alliance condemns ruling

The Global Dairy Alliance has criticised any further WTO rules designed to restrict the naming of dairy products to their original territory of manufacture. Citing...

Price fixing under the spotlight

Practices used by Scottish milk market leader Robert Wiseman Dairies to attract new custom are once again under investigation by the Office of Fair Trading...

A 'healthier' milk for UK market?

UK dairy farmers are planning to market the controversial A2 milk, said to be better for the heart, and also claimed to help children with...

The Spanish yoghurt war

Leche Pascual , the Spanish dairy product producer, looks set for conflict once again with its main rivals after participating in a study designed to compare...

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