All news articles for December 2017

Plenish Gut Health Programme. Picture: Plenish.

Food & drink wellness trends for 2018

By Jenny Eagle

Kara Rosen, founder of the organic pressed juice and dairy-free nut milk brand, Plenish, reveals her predictions of the trends set to land in 2018.

SomaDetect can alert dairy farmers to individual cow health issues to prevent certain diseases from developing. ©GettyImages/jenoche

SomaDetect technology brings transparency to dairy farms

By Mary Ellen Shoup

SomaDetect, a dairy technology startup measuring milk quality and cow health, will launch its business in the US with a new office and pilot program with 10 dairy farms in the State of New York in early January 2018.

Both TINE ansd Emmi are looking to reduce GHG emissions. Pic: ©GettyImages/dragance137

TINE and Emmi look to cut GHG emissions

By Jim Cornall

Last month, DairyReporter covered a report from the group GRAIN, which investigated the amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from dairy companies.

A PhD student in the UK says her research shows omega 3 can be added to cheese through microalgae in cows' diet.

Microalgae in cow diet can deliver more omega 3 in cheese

By Jim Cornall

A PhD student at Harper Adams University in the UK has successfully increased the level of long chain omega-3 while reducing the level of saturated fatty acids in cheese, and producing the same the taste, by feeding microalgae to cows.

Picture: Minebea Intec.

Minebea Intec expands its business in France

By Jenny Eagle

Minebea Intec has renamed its business in France as Minebea Intec France, following the acquisition of industrial weighing specialists Aaz Pesage and Centre Pesage last year.

Researchers say the findings coincide with other studies on dairy foods being associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Pic:©iStock/Guy45

Study says yogurt consumption may reduce inflammation in women

By Jim Cornall

A study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences says eating yogurt on a regular basis may help reduce measures of chronic inflammation in women and support a healthy digestive system.