All news articles for December 2018

The technology could lead to the diagnosis of potentially fatal health conditions like sepsis in just a few minutes. Pic: ©Getty Images/Albert_Karimov

Australian startup awarded license for device which can measure dairy proteins

Cybertongue has protein detection licked

By Richard Whitehead

A diagnostic tool that can quickly detect lactose and spoilt milk is set to be released by an Australian startup.

Spanish brand Quescrem introduced its new culinary yogurt at SIAL.

Watch: Quescrem culinary yogurt debuts at SIAL

By Jim Cornall

Dairy company Innolact, based in Lugo, northwest Spain, introduced one of its new products at the SIAL food show in Paris recently, its Quescrem branded culinary yogurt.

Agropur will close its only plant that produces goat cheese next year. Pic: ©GettyImages/5PH

Agropur in talks with Quebec Goat Milk Producers

By Beth Newhart

Just two months after Agropur announced it will close its goat cheese-producing plant in Saint-Damase, it has engaged in discussions with Quebec Goat Milk Producers about an undisclosed deal.

The trade deal won't take immediate effect and must be ratified by each country's government. Pic: ©GettyImages/Bet_Noire

Dairy industry reacts to North American leaders signing USMCA deal

By Beth Newhart

After months of back-and-forth and a tumultuous summer of trade disputes between the US, Canada and Mexico, the three North American nations have officially signed the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA), dismantling the previous North American Free Trade...

Packaging and product innovations are allowing for a longer shelf life and healthy products to be sold in convenience channels. Pic: ©GettyImages/DmitriMaruta

State of the industry: How Greek yogurt keeps customers coming back

By Beth Newhart

Greek yogurt still accounts for half the total yogurt category. After explosive growth in the US throughout the last decade, Greek yogurt brands are innovating however they can to keep consumers interested in the high-protein snack, taking cues from wider...