Müller Dairy is planning £45-50M worth of investment across its UK business and expects eventually to create up to 100 jobs at its Market Drayton site in Shropshire.
GEA is to launch a bacterial screening and enzyme-based cleaning service with bacteriological monitoring next year.
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has created a “heightened level of awareness” about allergens and pathogens within the dairy industry, food safety specialist Neogen has claimed.
Using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy to identify microorganisms can find contamination on production lines, according to Nofima.
Fortress Technology has received IP69K rating for its Stealth mode of metal detector, stressing the importance of robust washdowns in food safety.
Membrane filtration and aseptic filling technologies will never provide a "complete replacement" for traditional heat treatment methods in the manufacture of extended shelf life dairy products such as UHT milk, GEA Process Engineering has claimed.
Mocon has expanded its food safety system that can reduce bacterial detection times for food processors and packers.
The growth of Greek yogurt has increased the relevance of in-line protein analysers within the North American dairy industry, FOSS has claimed.
Ecolab will continue to take aggressive actions to drive top and bottom lines in growth markets such as food and beverage.
Foss has launched a compact, streamlined version of its XDS analyser for research and development on liquid and solid samples in the laboratory.
Irish scientists developing automated $177,000 milking machines claim to have cracked the problem of pasture-based farms – a breakthrough that could free up farm labour and allow greater production of grass-fed milk.
Drinktec’s organizers claim that the trade show is ‘simply the best’ after almost 70,000 visitors attended the show, which won glowing reviews from GEA, Ecolab, Döhler and Gebo Cermex.
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Claranor has partnered with a German dairy processor in the hope of verifying that its newest pulsed light cap sterilization technology can meet the log reduction requirements of aseptic and extended shelf life (ESL) products.
Dairygold is investing €130m ($176m) in Irish processing facilities to massively increase operations when EU restrictions on milk production are lifted in April 2015.
Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny joined executives from Tesco, Glanbia and the World Bank to address "Our Food, Our Future" in Dublin on Thursday September 26.
Silver Pail’s MD tells DairyReporter that the end of EU milk production quotas could bring price changes and discusses some of the trends shaping Ireland’s $3.6bn per year dairy export market.
High health care costs, a lack of interest in repetitive manual labour and rising worker wages has led to an explosion of automated machinery, according to Intelligrated.
Ben Bouckley and Mark Astley from BeverageDaily.com and DairyReporter.com chat about technology and trends at Drinktec 2013, including the show’s growing international focus and the trend towards added-value dairy beverages.
Tania Higgins from DrinkTec TV wraps up the show’s final day exploring new labeling technology from SACMI and the importance of secondary packaging to Carlsberg.