DairyReporter special newsletters announced for 2017

By Jim Cornall contact

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In 2017, our special newsletters will cover nutritionals innovation, next generation dairy processing, Latin America, and dairy alternatives. Pic: ©iStock/Zerbor
In 2017, our special newsletters will cover nutritionals innovation, next generation dairy processing, Latin America, and dairy alternatives. Pic: ©iStock/Zerbor

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Each year, DairyReporter publishes four special newsletters in addition to its four-times-a-week schedule.

Our 2017 line-up is designed to inform readers on topics of current importance in the dairy industry, from innovation to dairy in Latin America, and the rise of non-dairy alternatives.

If you think that your company has something relevant that would be a good inclusion for any of the special editions, please contact DairyReporter editor​, Jim Cornall.

Submissions are based solely on their editorial merit; for information on advertising in special editions, or in the regular newsletter, please contact our sales department​.

Nutritionals innovation

The first special newsletter, on Thursday, March 16, 2017, is entitled Nutritionals Innovation.

This will take a look at new developments, ingredients and technologies in the field of infant formula, whey protein, oligosaccharides and hydrolysates.

Next Generation Dairy Processing is the focus for the Friday, June 9, 2017 edition, which will cover new technologies for the creation of different dairy products, more efficient processes, and maximizing profit through technology.

Looking at Latin America

A regional focus on Latin America is the subject of the Friday, September 15, 2017 newsletter.

While Asia has long been considered a growth market, South and Central America is a region that is developing. From acquisitions to improving productivity, and how local products dominate the markets in South America, we will explore how this large and diverse market is changing.

Movement to plants

The final topic of the year is published on Friday, November 17, 2017, and it looks at the rise of non-dairy alternatives.

One of the biggest trends is a move away from traditional dairy to similar products that are plant based. Traditionally, the alternatives market meant soy, however, now other sources have entered the market, including pea, coconut, almond and oat through to rice and hemp.

This special edition covers beverages, ‘milks,’ cheese, yogurt and infant formula that is plant-based.

Please note that all dates are provisional and subject to change.

To subscribe to the DairyReporter newsletters, please click here​.

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