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Nobó moving into UK market

Dairy-free Irish food company Nobó will have its award-winning ‘Frozen Goodness’ ice-cream alternative range stocked in 310 Co-operative stores across the UK.

Great Indian Ice Cream Contest sees more contestants

DuPont Nutrition & Health, which provides food ingredient solutions to the global dairy industry, has launched the fifth season of The Great Indian Ice Cream Contest for ice cream manufacturers...

Online brand exposure is important, says Nestlé, as it signs partnership in China

Nestlé China has signed a strategic cooperation partnership with Alibaba, saying that an online presence is an essential part of building its brands in China. 

Morinaga Milk opens Singapore subsidiary

The leading dairy product company in Japan, Morinaga Milk, has established a new subsidiary, Morinaga Nutritional Foods, in Singapore.

Australia

Sugar-awareness likely behind drop in popularity of flavoured yoghurts

Flavoured yoghurts have been witnessing a downward slide over the last few years in Australia, while plain varieties have seen a general upswing, according to new market research.

Global cheese market to exceed $100bn by 2019

The global cheese market has seen huge growth in the last few years and will continue to do so until it exceeds $100bn in 2019, according to a recent report.

EMB says milk production costs ‘a crisis’

The European Milk Board (EMB) is urging the EU to adopt its Market Responsibility Programme (MRP) to address a price crisis.

'Night Milk' named in 2016 trends report

With Euromonitor’s newly-released 2016 consumer trends report, Top 10 Global Consumer Trends for 2016, including a section on selling sleep, Milchkristalle, the company mentioned in the piece, believes its product...

Bord Bia figures show healthy dairy sector in Ireland

Figures published by Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board, show the UK remained a key market for Irish dairy exports, accounting for almost one third of the total. 

News in brief

Danish EU cash headed to dairy farmers

Denmark’s Environment and Food Minister, Eva Kjer Hansen, has decided that the majority of the $12m (83m kroner) that the country receives from the EU emergency agriculture fund should be...

UK dairy industry needs to be proactive

Dr David Dobbin, chairman of Dairy UK, speaking at the Semex conference in Glasgow, said the UK dairy industry needs to take control of its own destiny to meet domestic...

Whey dairy poised for huge growth in coming years

Recent reports showcase the extremely bright future of whey as a dairy ingredient, specifically as a means of consumers staying healthy and active.

Kura brings New Zealand milk protein powder to families

Kura is continuing the expansion for its protein smoothie powder containing New Zealand grass-fed dairy protein, with Vitamin Shoppe now stocking the product. One serving contains 14g of dairy protein, and is said to...

Odysea launch new spreadable feta product

Artisan Greek food brand Odysea has launched a Feta & Greek Yoghurt spread, now available exclusively from Waitrose in the UK.

Arla UK launches new fat-free milk brand

Arla, the UK’s largest dairy company, has launched Arla BOB (Best of Both), a new branded fat-free milk product, which the company says tastes as good as semi-skimmed. It is...

Israeli and Indian companies to collaborate on South Sudan mega dairy project

A $600m dairy farming enterprise is being developed by Tel Aviv-based firm, AlefBet Planners Ltd., who will be conducting the planning and design work for Indian entrepreneurs in South Sudan

2015 Dietary Guidelines create marketing opportunity for manufacturers, trade groups

The 2015 Dietary Guidelines released Jan. 7 create a marketing opportunity for savvy manufacturers and industry stakeholders to promote their products through educational materials that help consumers better understand how...

US cheese production up for 18th straight year; exports on the rise

The US produced 5.3m MT of cheese in 2015, according to USDEC executives, up 2.2% from 2014.

Yili sells stakes in livestock company to Hong Kong dairy

Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co., Ltd. (Yili) has sold its 40% stake in its livestock company to Yogurt Holding I (HK) Limited

Sheep milk industry can earn billions for New Zealand

A multi-billion dollar industry in sheep milk is available to New Zealand farmers, if they can be convinced of the opportunity, and if they work together.

Which new food and beverage products had the highest purchase intent scores in December?

Comfort food dominated the December edition of Instantly's shelf score ranking of new products, although several of the products promised satisfaction minus the guilt, from PopChips cheddar & sour cream...

Slow recovery starts for New Mexico and Texas dairy markets after storm

The slow recovery has begun in the Northwest Texas and East New Mexico dairy markets after Winter Storm Goliath hit the areas hard with snow and high winds.

India’s organized dairy sector anticipates rapid growth in next three years

The revenue share from the organized dairy segment could rise to 25% of India's total dairy market by fiscal 2018, up from 19% in fiscal 2015, a new report shows.

Asia-Pacific fuels a challenging year for dairy

As the global dairy industry grapples with issues of oversupply and the changing face of product mixes, Asia-Pacific countries will hold massive sway over the direction the market takes over...

Daioni - 1st British organic dairy brand certified by China Quality Certification Centre

‘Potential demand for organic dairy produce in Greater China is immense’

Daioni, the first British organic dairy brand to be certified by the China Quality Certification Centre, has set up a sales team in Hong Kong and hired a brand manager...

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