All news articles for July 2018

Keytone introduced its KeyDairy Goat Milk Powder in May, initially selling into the Chinese market through the online retailer JD.com,

Keytone Dairy completes fund raising for ASX IPO

By Jim Cornall

New Zealand based manufacturer, packer and exporter of powdered dairy products Keytone Dairy Corporation Ltd has raised A$15m (US$11.1m) as part of its initial public offering (IPO) to facilitate an Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listing.

In order to connect the Emmi site in Suhr to the district heating network, a new, underground pipeline will be built by 2020.

Emmi’s Mittelland Molkerei on the path to carbon neutrality

By Jim Cornall

Swiss dairy company Emmi has committed to reducing its global CO2 emissions by 25% by 2020. With the connection of Mittelland Molkerei in Suhr to the local district heating network, the company said it is taking a step towards achieving this target.

The transaction gives Arla Foods the rights to use the Yeo Valley brand in the UK for milk, butter, spreads and cheese under an intellectual property license with Yeo Valley.

Arla Foods UK and Yeo Valley partnership cleared

By Jim Cornall

Following the announcement in February this year of the partnership between Arla Foods and Yeo Valley on liquid milk, butter and cheese, Arla Foods said it is pleased the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has approved the deal following a Phase...

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"We are very sorry about the difficulties that some parents have had," says Danone

Danone to investigate Aptamil formula complaints in UK

By Nathan Gray

Danone says it is looking into reports that its newly reformulated Aptamil baby milk formula is making some infants ill, after hundreds of complaints from parents in the UK.

The changes will be implemented in the coming months as system enhancements are completed. Pic: ©Getty Images/Free law

GDT Events make changes to encourage more supply

By Jim Cornall

The GDT (Global Dairy Trade) Events Oversight Board has approved two rule changes to encourage a wider range of sellers to offer dairy ingredients on the auction platform to expand the breadth of regional published prices.

Laemme’s laboratory has two offices; the secondary facility in Moretta, is dedicated to tests on raw milk and dairy products.

Tentamus takes over Laemmegroup

By Jim Cornall

German safety company Tentamus Group has acquired Italian agrifood service firm Laemmegroup, which includes dairy applications in its portfolio.

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