All news articles for July 2019

The prime minister warned legal action would be taken if Bangladeshi exports were hampered due to the spread of rumors by the public and corporations about the antibiotic traces found in the tested milk. Pic: Getty Images/DenizA

Three of 14 fresh milk brands allowed to resume production after antibiotics and metals were identified

Adulterated milk action could come from overseas plot, says Bangladeshi PM

By Richard Whitehead

A face-off between Bangladeshi milk producers and food safety authorities has been partially averted, following the decision by the Supreme Court to stay a lower court’s order to halt the production and sale of products by several of the 14 milk companies...

“The details we announced today ensure farmers will not stand alone in facing unjustified retaliatory tariffs.

USDA releases new farm aid details

By Beth Newhart

A $16bn aid package for US farmers was first announced in May. Last week Secretary Sonny Perdue gave more details about how and when the funding will be divided up.

New products for July 2019.

New in the dairy aisles: July

By Beth Newhart

DairyReporter brings you its monthly round-up of what’s new in the dairy aisles for July 2019.

Grupo Lala has been setting its sights on more premium products, like Promised Land's high-protein and high-calcium milk.

Grupo Lala’s Q2 shows growth in US premium products

By Beth Newhart

Mexican dairy producer Grupo Lala's 2019 second quarter sales netted 14,467m pesos ($758m) in Mexico, a 3.9% increase from Q2 2018. The company cited “innovation and an improved mix” of its ‘value-added dairy’ offerings as reason for the jump.

 FrieslandCampina Ingredients' organization consists of four strategic segments.

VIDEO: FrieslandCampina Ingredients interview

By Jim Cornall

At Vitafoods in Geneva, Switzerland, DairyReporter spoke with Herman Ermens, managing director of FrieslandCampina Ingredients’ Performance, Active and Medical Nutrition business.

Dairy Dialog podcast 42: DSM, Kerry Group and Pecan Deluxe

Dairy Dialog podcast 42: DSM, Kerry Group and Pecan Deluxe

By Jim Cornall

On this week’s podcast, we feature interviews with Bob Savage, product application expert, cheese, at DSM, talking about the new culture range for cheddar; Jenny Baillie, business development manager, Pecan Deluxe Candy (Europe) Ltd., about the company’s...

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