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‘Hard cheese made easy’: Behind the scenes of the parmesan cheese factory Part II

In Part II of our tour behind the scenes of Parmesan cheese factory Parmigiano Reggiano, in Italy, Giouanna Rosati, consultant, talks about how at the end of the minimum period...

From blue cheese to Blue Brew

Whey is a common dairy product for boosting protein levels in sports and health nutrition, but a UK brewery is working with dairy company Arla to use it in a...

We look at the ‘Whey’ Parma cheese is made

‘Hard cheese made easy’: Behind the scenes of a parmesan cheese factory Part I

Parmigiano Reggiano is a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) product that was first produced by Benedictine monks in 1200 between the Po River and Apennine mountains, Italy.

AIPIA Congress 2016

Thinfilm to launch smart labels for temperature sensitive dairy products

Thinfilm will launch a smart labels product line next year focusing on temperature sensitive products, such as dairy.

Growth in cheese demand solidifies organic whey protein supply, says Milk Specialties Global

The growth of organic cheese production has ensured the supply chain for organic whey, said Milk Specialties Global. The company says its new organic whey protein ingredient helps fill a...

Fonterra’s increased milk price is good news after earthquake, says DairyNZ

DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle said Fonterra Co-operative Group’s increase of its 2016/17 Farmgate Milk Price is great news for farmers.

Double victory for Norwegian cheese at World Cheese Awards

Kraftkar, a blue cheese made by Norwegian producer Tingvollost, took the title of World Champion Cheese at the 29th annual World Cheese Awards, held in San Sebastián, Spain, last week....

Coveris aims to be launch pad for dairy brands with blank slate packaging solutions

Chicago-based packaging and coating solutions provider, Coveris, introduced its Nextrus shrink bags highlighting its “glass like” clarity and a 15 to 20% waste reduction using one piece of flexible PET...

Probiotic oral cavity-reduction potential has bite, study shows

A supplement containing Lactobacillus rhamnosus could enhance dental health by reducing tooth decay, according to a Chilean study.

Prabhat Dairy sees growth in cheese

Indian company Prabhat Dairy Limited has invested Rs. 140 crore ($21m) in setting up a production line for cheese at its Shrirampur facility in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra.

Dairy Crest profits up

UK company Dairy Crest has announced its interim results for the six months ending September 30, 2016.

FSS releases info on E. coli O157 outbreak linked to Errington Cheese

Errington Cheese has dropped a judicial review against Food Standards Scotland (FSS) but it can still not sell product.

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A cheese by any other name: Let plant-based alternatives use traditional dairy terms

Why call something 'vegan cheese' when you could call it 'a plant-derived, oil-based dairy analog'? How about because it is vegan cheese. It's time for the dairy lobby to see plant-based alternatives...

World Cheese Awards heads to Spain alongside first International Cheese Festival

San Sebastián in Spain will become the unofficial dairy capital of the world, at least for a few days, when it plays host to the 29th annual World Cheese Awards and...

GRH Foods explains the rise of goat cheese popularity in the UK

Welsh cheese company GRH Food branched out into goat cheese around 18 months ago, and the results have so far been impressive – culminating in one of their products receiving...

The re-birth of cheese: cheese snacks are the number-one dairy growth opportunity

Connecting cheese to the snacking trend could mean market success, according to New Nutrition Business.

Errington Cheese welcomes Actalia’s E. coli findings

Errington Cheese has welcomed findings from a specialist dairy testing lab that its cheeses did not contain E. coli O157 implicated in an outbreak which sickened more than 20 people.  

Cheese: why we love it or hate it

Some people simply hate cheese, although exactly why has been a mystery. 

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Chr. Hansen coagulant for consistent soft cheese shelf life

Chr. Hansen has launched a coagulant, CHY-MAX Special, for soft cheese manufacturers that the company says eliminates undesired bitter notes developing throughout shelf life.

Schuman Cheese finds consumers will pay more for transparency in cheese products

Schuman Cheese, with the help from marketing agency Emergent, is continuing to roll out its “True Cheese” program to tackle the issue of Italian hard cheese adulteration, which is estimated...

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Global Dairy Trade strengthens independence

New governance principles to monitor GDT Events, the twice-monthly auction held by Global Dairy Trade (GDT), have been approved by the GDT Events Oversight Board, at its second meeting held...

CIBUS TEC 2016

CMT expands cheese technology following GEA acquisition

GEA took the opportunity to showcase machinery from its newly acquired company CMT, at Cibus Tec 2016.

Wine and cheese do go hand in hand, study says

The Center for Taste and Feeding Behavior in Dijon, France, conducted a scientific study using a new sensory evaluation method to identify how exactly eating cheese with wine impacted an...

'This product is not against cheese'

Plant-based pioneers say lactofermented soy will enrich traditional cheese sector

"Soy is good, but lactofermented soy is better," says French firm Sojami which predicts its patented process for creating plant-based cheese will lead to a vegan cheese industry as rich and...

SIAL, Paris 2016

DMK Group debuts newly acquired company DOC Dairy Partners at SIAL

DMK Group dairy cooperative in Germany presented its newly acquired company DOC Dairy Partners at SIAL, Paris, last week.

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