All news articles for June 2019

The report says the biggest opportunity to re-balance and improve margins throughout the chain is the removal of over-capacity to match capacity to demand.

Kite Consulting report concerned by risk of UK dairy instability

By Jim Cornall

Kite Consulting has launched “The Future of the Liquid Milk Processing Sector” – a report containing an analysis of the sector that considers the short and long-term challenges it faces and what farmers need to be aware of when planning their long-term...

Westland's Rolleston site.

Westland urges shareholders to approve sale to Yili

By Jim Cornall

The board of Westland Co-operative Dairy Company Limited is urging all its shareholders to exercise their votes at, or before, the Scheme Meeting on July 4 to support the sale of the cooperative to Hongkong Jingang Trade Holding Co., Limited, a wholly...

Wisconsin wants more kids to drink milk

By Beth Newhart

As Wisconsin’s dairy farms continue to decline, the state assembly is encouraging more children to consume milk, particularly through school lunch programs.

Dairy Dialog podcast 37: IFT and PACCOR

Dairy Dialog podcast 37: IFT and PACCOR

By Jim Cornall

This week’s podcast features several interviews from the IFT event in New Orleans earlier this month, as well as with PACCOR about their next-generation bottle caps. We also have our weekly update on the dairy markets with INTL FCStone.

The new box, made from PE (polyethylene) coated cardboard, can be widely recycled in the UK.

Solero trials wrapper-less multipack ice cream

By Jim Cornall

In the UK, Unilever has launched a trial of the first wrapper-less ice-cream multipack for its Solero Organic Peach product, with 35% less plastic compared to the original Solero Organic pack with individual plastic wrappers.

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