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A new cleaning analysis service for dairy plants can reduce the operating expenses and the environmental impacts of processing, its manufacturer claims.
Demand for active and intelligent packaging will reach $1.1bn by 2011 in the US, driven by rapid growth in innovation and the need to improve shelf life and safety, according...
A major dairy group in the US could lose its organic production certification unless it complies with new requirements set out by the country's agriculture department.
Glanbia has reported a strong performance for the first half of 2007, largely thanks to its US food ingredients and global nutritionals businesses.
France-based Emmi is the latest dairy processor to combine operations with one of its rivals.
A number of leading dairy co-operatives worldwide have announced continuing rises in payouts to their suppliers and farmers as the cost of milk continues to surge.
In 1993, it seemed superheroes had reached their lowest peak when Superman was slain by an unstoppable monster known as "Doomsday".
Encapsulation of conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) using whey protein led to better stability of the ingredient and consumer acceptance when used in dairy, says a new study.
Whey proteins hydrogels - 3D networks with the ability retain water in it structure when dissolved - have the potential to encapsulate sensitive ingredients, suggests a new study.
Chr Hansen regards nutrigenomics as technology to underlie the food industry's future away from one-size-fits-all nutrition, and has placed exploration of this area high-up on its R&D agenda.
European processors should prepare themselves for a significant rise in the price they pay for cheese, the head of the European Dairy Association (EDA) warned today.
The European Commission yesterday announced that UK exports of live animals and meat and dairy products will resume, with the exception of a 10km zone in Surrey.
Danone has played down fears over the safety of some of its yoghurt products as it becomes the latest European company to be hit by concerns over possible dioxin contamination...
Mastertaste has developed a new line of natural botanical extracts using a process that allows for specific aromatic factions to be isolated, then blended into a custom solution for use...
Nestle expects to significantly reduce its acquisitions spending for the foreseeable future following a hectic twelve month period of expansion.
The latest round of talks designed to set out more international standards for the manufacturing of milk products will take place from 4 to 8 February in New Zealand, it...
Sealed Air Corp. is close to a deal to buy the packaging arm of Alcan Inc. for between $4bn to $5bn in cash, according to Reuters News Agency.
Whole milk will not be blacklisted as a product unsuitable to be advertised on children's television in the UK, the Food Standards Agency has revealed.
A new system of screening and testing cheese can offer processors a cost effective way of driving large-scale innovation within their products, its manufacturer claims.
A manufacturer of dairy packaging products claims its redesigned three litre dairy container offers a more robust, cost efficient solution for processors to transport their goods in.
Symrise is investing in understanding the flavour and nutrition needs of consumers in Asia with the 'dramatic' expansion of its regional Sensory and Consumer Science Center in Singapore.
Nestle's drive to be a major health and nutrition player resulted in a strong first half fiscal performance for the company.
Drinking fat-free milk after resistance exercise has a greater effect on helping to increase lean body mass compared to soy or carbohydrates in young male weightlifters, a study has concluded.
A court in Argentina has dismissed allegations against Danone that it had engaged in unfair trade practices in the country against rival Coca-Cola.
UK food and drink manufacturers may soon be able to offer their workers recognised qualifications and get government funding for such in-house training.
Consumers are bombarded with an overload of nutritional advice and product marketing - be it from magazines, television shows, and product advertising - and without a degree in nutritional science,...
The recent price and supply pressures facing users of dairy ingredients have spurred National Starch Food Innovation to launch a promotion platform for its new and existing dairy replacement ingredients.
Leading dairy group Fonterra has hit out at new government legislation in its native New Zealand that will force it to supply local rivals with more milk over the next...
The number of jobs in the UK's food and drink sector fell by 14 per cent from 2000 to 2005, reflecting the decline in the number of companies in the sector.
Choline, a nutrient found in meat, eggs and dairy products, has been linked to a possible increase in the risk of colorectal cancer in women, reveals a study published in...
Two former subsidiaries of Italian dairy group Parmalat have failed in their attempts to win compensation from financial institutions alleged to have played a part in its one time parent...
A new closure, designed to store and dispense separated active ingredients into liquid, could increase the shelf life of products such as sports drinks and functional beverages.
US investment fund SigmaBleyzer today confirmed it is to enter the Romanian dairy market to tap into growing potential in the country.
Arla Foods is to step up both the amount of payouts to its suppliers and organic production in an attempt to adapt to a rapidly changing global dairy market.
Forbes Medi-Tech is teaming up with beverage manufacturer Uni-President to launch a new milk drink containing Reducol for Chinese consumers.
Groupe Danone expects to conclude its acquisition of nutrition company Numico in the first half of November, the two companies said today, setting a timetable for the French group's bid...
Research conducted for Nutrinova on the impact of sweeteners on the taste of no-sugar yoghurts could help manufacturers develop better-for-you products that meet consumers' sweet taste needs, says the company.
As New Zealand's dairy industry continues to profit from increased prices, politicians have hit out at the environmental impacts of the resulting rise in production.
As the dust settles on this year's IFT Food Expo 2007 in Chicago, health and wellness and food safety came through as the star performers, and drivers for the future...
The European Commission has now banned all UK exports of live animals, as well as meat and dairy products, after Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) was found on a UK...
Greek dairy group Vivartia has sold its entire 24 per cent stake in ice cream producer and retailer Dodoni to the National Bank of Greece Group as it continues to...
A manufacturer of analysers designed to assess milk composition claims to have adapted their products for use in the production of high viscosity milk products - a first for the...
Drinking skimmed milk after exercise may promote recovery and rehydration better than water or an isotonic sports drink, suggests a new study from the UK.
Unilever today announced it will cut 20,000 jobs, accounting for 11 per cent of its total workforce, as part of a new "aggressive" growth strategy for its operations.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) has now been adapted to track Spanish blue cheese as it travels along the food chain.
A number of the world's leading food manufacturers have revealed their concern this week at the current high prices for milk supply, as they move to offset the adverse affects...
Danone yesterday announced a major restructuring of its senior management as it continues to refocus its operations towards being a leading player in health and nutrition.
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