Tetra Pak has unveiled the full details of its new aseptic carton bottle – a package designed to rival plastic bottles at the premium end of the ambient milk market.
Milk fermented with Lactobacillus casei may help to alleviate fever caused by norovirus gastroenteritis by correcting imbalances of intestinal microflora, according to a new study.
Premium Ingredients has launched two new products for UHT chocolate milk, created to stabilise cocoa particles, avoid sedimentation and improve mouthfeel.
The reversal of the downward trend in UK milk production in 2010 could be more than a just blip, according to a DairyCo analyst.
China is facing yet another case of melamine contamination after police seized 26 tonnes of tainted milk powder from an ice cream manufacturer.
Ex-UNICEF head Ann Veneman has been appointed to the Nestle board, sparking debate over the Swiss food giant's compliance with WHO standards on baby milk marketing.
Three deaths from nitrite tainted milk in China show that the country still has some way to go to clean up its dairy industry. One of the authors of a...
State media reports suggest that a vendetta against a farmer led to the tainted milk incident in China last week, which killed three children.
Nitrate-tainted milk has killed three people and made 35 others ill in the latest food safety scandal to hit the Chinese dairy industry, according to state media.
Researchers have successfully produced healthy transgenic cattle that express a recombinant version of the human lysozyme protein, according to a new study.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued a reminder to local authorities and dairy businesses on the rules governing the sale of raw milk after some UK farmers were found...
Pre-close trading updates from Robert Wiseman and Dairy Crest today highlighted the continued turf wars between the major UK processors, with no clear winner in sight.
Tetra Pak has given a sneak preview of its latest innovation – an aseptic carton pack for ambient milk that is not rectangular but bottle shaped.
Milk produced by cows 48 hours after giving birth can improve athletic performance by massively reducing gut permeability, claims new research.
Lobby group Farmers for Action (FFA) says its bold plan to build a processing plant to turn liquid milk into powder for export will see British farmers “take control” of...
A committee of MEPs has voted narrowly in favour of blocking an EFSA-approved health claim that the fatty acid DHA in baby milk is beneficial to children’s eyes.
Further raw milk price increases are expected over the next six months as a projected recovery in demand for ice cream and other indulgence foods boosts the milk powder market,...
GEA Group has reported a surge in orders from the dairy industry in recent months as rising milk powder prices and a recovery in global demand give processors the confidence...
Ukrainian argi-food business Astarta is starting “a large-scale joint project” with French dairy giant Danone in milk production and processing.
Nampak Plastics has completed a two year redesign project on its HDPE milk bottles shaving off up to a fifth of their weight.
An approved EFSA claims that omega-3 form DHA contributes to the visual development of infants risks misleading consumers, due to a committee oversight in approving the relevant health claim, says...
Consumption of school milk is associated with a reduction in adult colon cancer, according to a new study.
Dairy Crest has met its profit expectations for the nine months to the end of 2010 but has warned of higher input costs over the coming year.
A group of German scientists have published a paper dismissing the suggestion that giving newborns cow’s milk could help promote dairy tolerance.
Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are questioning whether omega-3 form DHA can benefit infant eye sight, despite the nutrient winning endorsement from one of the world’s toughest claims assessment...