All news articles for June 2019

Dairy Dialog podcast 38: Academy of Cheese and DuPont.

Dairy Dialog podcast 38: Academy of Cheese and DuPont

By Jim Cornall

This week’s podcast re-visits the Vitafoods event in Geneva, Switzerland last month for a wide-ranging interview with Vincent Mathys and Sonia Huppert, from DuPont, as well with Charlie Turnbull from the Academy of Cheese in the UK, which has secured...

The AIPIA Americas Summit in New Jersey. Photo: Aly Kuler Photography

AIPIA Summit

Social media is changing the way brands think about packaging

By Jenny Eagle

From consumer digital engagement to reverse writing on packaging which appears left to right on selfies, Christopher Houghton, brand innovation and packaging, Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP) highlights the five areas to ensure ‘Context is King’.

Commission Chair Anna Rawlings said the case served as a strong reminder to businesses that they must be mindful of agreeing prices with a distributor that competes with them in the retail market. Pic: ©Getty Images/geckospake

Milfos to pay NZ$825,000 in price-fixing case

By Jim Cornall

GEA Milfos International Limited (Milfos) has been ordered to pay a penalty of NZ$825,000 (US$548,430) in the Auckland High Court after admitting it engaged in price-fixing with competitor Dairy Automation Limited (DAL) between at least October 2012 and...

In 2019, Froneri launched its new product, Nuii.

Froneri issues annual results for 2018

By Jim Cornall

The joint-venture between PAI Partners and Nestlé, Froneri, which is the world’s third largest ice cream manufacturer, has announced its annual results for the year ending December 31, 2018.

What’s new at the Summer Fancy Food Show?

What’s new at the Summer Fancy Food Show?

By Beth Newhart

The summer iteration of the Specialty Food Association’s (SFA) Fancy Food Show took place in New York City this week. Specialty food and beverage sales make up 16.1% of the total industry, with plant-based products growing the fastest in all categories....

There is reason to be optimistic about improvement in milk production in the second half of the year. Pic: ©Getty Images/Harvepino

South American dairy market update

Milk production limps along in Argentina and Uruguay

By Monica Ganley

The last few years have felt like a roller coaster for milk production at South America’s key dairy exporters. An ongoing push toward expansion has repeatedly collided with climatic issues and economic concerns resulting in dramatic year to year swings...

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