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Fonterra to spend $150m to build two cream cheese plants for Asian market

Fonterra has announced plans to build two new cream cheese plants at its Darfield site in Canterbury, New Zealand.

Kraft on phthalates in macaroni and cheese: ‘Our products are safe for consumers to enjoy’

Traces of phthalates, a chemical found in food packaging and equipment, were detected in products of powdered macaroni and cheese mixes, according to a study by the Coalition for Safer...

DOC Dairy Partners takes over Uniekaas brand and facility

DOC Dairy Partners B.V. has acquired the brand and the Dutch business operations of Uniekaas B.V.

Cow is cheapest milk and most common adulterant - ProGnosis Biotech

Higher priced milk can be fraudulently adulterated with that of a lower price from other species like cow, according to ProGnosis Biotech.

Raising the profile of traditional Georgian dairy products

Developing and promoting Geographic Indications (GIs) and other origin-based labels for products can help countries preserve their often unique food heritage, while also driving economic growth.

Norway finds STEC in products made from raw milk

The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has detected Shiga toxin producing E. coli (STEC) in four unpasteurized milk products.

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Land O’ Lakes Ingredients launches clean-label, organic cheese powders aimed at popcorn consumption

To respond to consumer demand for natural dairy ingredients free from food coloring and dyes, Land O’Lakes recently launched a line of USDA Organic cheddar cheese powders at IFT in...

Alchemy launches dairy training course library to meet FSMA requirements

Alchemy Systems has collaborated with dairy experts to develop an online training course library for the industry to meet the needs of dairy processing facilities.

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Edlong Dairy Technologies improves vegan cheese mouthfeel and taste with dairy flavors

Dairy flavors have a market opportunity in the vegan lifestyle movement due their inherently rich flavor profiles, Edlong Dairy Technologies says. 

Arla closing Lillebælt dairy

Danish dairy cooperative Arla Foods is moving production of its Castello brand white mold cheese to its Troldhede dairy location, resulting in the loss of 66 jobs at Lillebælt Dairy,...

DMK responds to ‘crisis year’ with plant closures and job cuts

German dairy cooperative Deutsches Milchkontor eG (DMK) is closing three of its plants as it responds to the 2016 reporting period, which it called a ‘crisis year.’

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Glanbia Nutritionals launches freeze dried cheese to tap into prepared meals and snacks space

Glanbia Nutritionals has leveraged its existing cheese production of roughly 1bn lbs per year and freeze drying capabilities to create a freeze dried cheese, which it says will help open...

What’s new in the dairy aisles? June product launches

This month, yogurts, snack bars, kefir, and cheese are among the products launched.

Cottage cheese could be fortified with vitamin D: Study

A study on fortifying cottage cheese with vitamin D says the dairy food is a good candidate for delivery of the vitamin, and could be an alternative to fortified drinking...

Georgia clamps down on dairy definitions

Georgia’s National Food Agency (NFA) has introduced strict interpretations of how dairy products can be labeled.

New stabilizing systems from Hydrosol for cheese products

German company Hydrosol has launched a stabilizing and texturing system it says can make cheese products, and alternatives to cheese, simply and cost-effectively.

Australia

Beston ramps up milk supply to support cheese expansion

Australian food group Beston Global Foods has secured a deal to acquire an additional 60m litres of milk per year from 20 South Australian dairy farmers in a bid to...

US dairy exporters to gain increased access to Chinese market through MOU

The US and China have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will increase market access for more than 200 US dairy exporters, allowing for more shipments of milk, cheese,...

Russia lifts ban on two Belarus cheese companies' products

Two Belarusian dairy companies have had bans on their products entering Russia lifted.

US dairy groups urge prioritizing trade with Mexico when NAFTA renegotiation begins

When US negotiators begin the process of modernizing and updating NAFTA, US dairy groups have stated maintaining a dependable trade relationship with Mexico and removing trade barriers in Canada remain...

Can we learn to love cheese? It depends on the variety

Gorgonzola and Parmigiano-Reggiano won’t taste better no matter how many times you try them, according to a Korean study.

Nutrinor acquires Fromagerie Champêtre

Canadian cooperative Nutrinor has announced that it has acquired a majority share in Fromagerie Champêtre.

Sargento attorney: This case is without legal basis and speculative

Sargento 'natural' cheese under fire in new lawsuit over GMO feed, rbST milk

Should dairy brands using milk from cows that may have consumed GM feed or been treated with rbST be allowed to market their wares as ‘natural’? Not according to the...

Mother Dairy refurbished milk processing plant inaugurated in Nagpur

Mother Dairy Fruit & Vegetable Pvt Ltd, a subsidiary of India’s National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), has inaugurated its refurbished Nagpur plant.

Saputo sees decline in cheese sales in US and international markets but expects recovery

Canadian dairy company Saputo reported total revenue of C$11.16bn (US$8.29bn) for fiscal 2017, a 1.56% increase from C$10.99bn (US$8.16bn) for 2016 with the company’s fourth quarter decreasing by 0.5% due...

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