All news articles for August 2019

Dairy Dialog podcast 47: Somerdale International, BrainMilk and Vegware

Dairy Dialog podcast 47: Somerdale International, BrainMilk and Vegware

By Jim Cornall

This week’s podcast features three interviews, with Stephen Jones, managing director of Somerdale International, whose cheeses have made it in to Costco’s first store in China; Aarti Arora-McLean, brand communications lead at Scottish eco-friendly packaging...

Pic: Getty/Baris-Ozer

What's new in US dairy: August

By Beth Newhart

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

Arla’s revenue outlook for full year 2019 is expected to be €10.2-10.6bn.

Arla revenues up

By Jim Cornall

Arla Foods has published its financial report for the first half of 2019, and the Danish-headquartered dairy cooperative said it saw a rare stability in the otherwise volatile global dairy market resulting in stable prepaid milk prices to farmer owners...

Milk Specialities vows to take new sustainability action

By Beth Newhart

Dairy protein ingredients company Milk Specialties Global has released its first corporate social responsibility report, outlining new tactics for how it will reduce its carbon footprint and recycle water.

The high price of milkfat means it is susceptible to replacement by other animal fats or vegetable oils. Pic: Getty Images/maxsol7

IDF issues guidance to help determine milkfat purity

By Jim Cornall

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) has issued guidance on the determination of milkfat purity, providing additional direction to those involved in the testing of milk and dairy products.

Large scale operations in new areas are driving US milk production. Pic: Getty/Yauhen Akulich

Are Idaho and Texas the future of US dairy?

By Beth Newhart

More milk production is happening on fewer farms, and large-scale operations have expanded into non-traditional markets. Rabobank’s latest report on the changing US dairy landscape examines the biggest challenges.