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DMV launches topping for cold milk applications

DMV has launched its new base for toppings, Aerion DP 59, billed it as a healthy alternative for dairy cream toppings that does not come with a compromise on taste...

UK milk production slide expected to flow into 2009

Declining milk production in the UK will continue into next year, according to reports.

Solutions abound for polyphenol-fortified milk: study

Adding fruit flavours and cyclodextrin to milk may boost consumer acceptance of polyphenol-enriched dairy, without the need for added sugar, report New Zealand scientists.

News briefs: Milk contamination case, Parmalat

This week, two dairy farmers reportedly plead guilty at a US court for their role in an alleged E. coli milk contamination, and Parmalat settles its ongoing dispute with UBS.

Bagged-milk highlighting green dairy development

A new milk packaging initiative by a leading UK retailer designed to cut package waste is just one of many green container innovations being carried out by dairy processors, according...

Innovation required to milk sheep and camel dairy potential

Milk derived from sheep, buffalo and even camels could open up promising new avenues for dairy processors, providing that innovation and investment is made to squeeze their potential.

Arla ready to pay price over organic milk needs

Cooperative Arla Foods says it is looking to increase the supply of milk from its member farmers to tackle growing concern over organic supply, particularly in its Swedish and Danish...

Farmers claim milk-battle victory

Dairy farmers across Europe say they are temporarily calling for an end to ongoing strikes that have threatened milk supply in the bloc, after industry players agreed to enter talks...

Raw milk camembert rule approved

French authorities have approved revisions for the production of camembert cheese, which only allows products derived from raw milk to carry the sought after AOC Appellation Contrôlée (AOC) Camembert de...

Dairy groups call for end to farmer milk protests

Tensions have risen this week between European dairy farmers and processors as blockades and protests rage over the profitability of production.

Milk Link invests to target packaging innovations

Milk Link, a UK-based dairy cooperative, has announced it has completed a major investment at its Oswestry cheese-packaging plant, which its claims will become one of the most advanced sites...

Study links milk farm chemical input to nutrient kick

Lower input non-organic and organically produced milk has been found to contain significantly higher levels of beneficial fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants compared to higher chemical use sources, a new...

US group denies wrongdoing amidst milk price uncertainty

A leading US dairy cooperative has denied any wrongdoing over allegations that it may be involved in price fixing for some of its products, as yet another country finds its...

UK milk output up amidst fragile future

UK dairy farmers remain committed to stepping up production levels amidst ongoing EU agricultural reforms, though further falls in their profitability could yet lead to significant output decline, according to...

Global dairy groups to follow UK green milk strategy

The global dairy industry could be set to follow its UK counterparts by adopting similar environmental commitments to those set out as part of the country's milk roadmap unveiled announced...

UK could lead milk eco-packaging potential

The UK is one of the most significant markets for the use of plastic packaging in milk bottles, and could lead the way for environmental innovation in the bloc, a...

Milk processors outline eco-goals

UK dairy processors will be required to ensure that they do not send any factory produced waste to landfill sites by 2020 as part of a raft of new proposals...

Study asserts role for flavored milk in kids' diets

Children who include flavored milk in their diets consume more milk overall than those who just drink plain milk, says a new study that suggests such products could help boost...

Report favours 'soft landing' approach to stabilising EU milk supplies

A 'soft landing solution' for the abolition of milk production quotas within the EU is expected to ensure a smoother transition for the industry than abruptly scrapping the system, according...

Raw milk feta may hold anti-Listeria key, say researchers

Feta cheese made from raw milk in Greece may hold secrets that could lead to new methods for battling food poisoning bacteria like Listeria, researchers at the University of Lincoln...

Sainsbury to push one per cent milk

Sainsbury's launch of an own-brand one per cent fat milk highlights the product's move into the mainstream dairy market, just a year after the implementation of new EU rules regarding...

News briefs: milk quotas, Agropur and Unimilk

This week, the EU agrees to implement a two per cent quota hike, Canada-based Agropur expands its operations in the country, and Unimilk reportedly sets a possible date for its...

High milk prices vital for long-term dairy stability, says industry

The continued price hikes faced by European dairy processors for milk will offer an important opportunity for encouraging further investment and ensuring product sustainability in the industry, a UK dairy...

Raw milk camembert poses safety concern, says manufacturer

A leading France-based cheese manufacturer claims that authorities responsible for protecting traditional manufacturing techniques of camembert will eventually be forced to stop using raw milk in the product because of...

Milk prices slowing EU dairy herd decline

The current high prices for raw dairy milk being paid by processors and consumers is encouraging Europe's dairy farmers to better meet growing demand for the product, according to a...

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