All news articles for June 2019

Valio said the decision to reduce the quota is a good one.

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Valio happy with reduced quota

By Jim Cornall

In 2000, Finland’s Competition and Consumer Agency, or KKV, imposed a milk quota on the dairy cooperative Valio, requiring it to supply its competitors with 185m liters of raw milk or components per year.

Fair Oaks Farms is one of 30 farms that provide milk to fairlife.

Fairlife and Coca-Cola deal with Fair Oaks abuse fallout

By Beth Newhart

Last week, an undercover video surfaced showing severe calf abuse at Fair Oaks Farms. The Indiana-based farm supplies milk to ultrafiltered milk brand fairlife, which is a Coca-Cola Company partner. Several retailers have pulled the products from shelves...

Müller is targeting sugar reduction of 25% across its branded yogurts by June 2020.

Müller targets 25% sugar reduction

By Jim Cornall

UK dairy company Müller says it is targeting a total sugar reduction of 25% across its branded yogurt portfolio by June 2020.

Peruvian Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation Fabiola Muñoz attended an event to celebrate World Milk Day; a breakfast with 200 children from various hostels in Huamanga.

Peruvian government invests $19m in dairy technology

By Jim Cornall

MINAGRI, the Peruvian Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, through its AGROIDEAS program (Compensation Program for Competitiveness), has co-financed business plans related to the adoption of technology for 6,167 small and medium dairy farms.

CSK, which has clients in more than 50 countries worldwide, produces a variety of ingredients for dairy applications. Pic: CSK

CSK introduces a new range of yogurt cultures

By Jim Cornall

Dutch dairy culture manufacturer Royal CSK is expanding its portfolio of yogurt cultures with the addition of an extensive range of new cultures designed for stirred, set, concentrated and drinking yogurt applications.