All news articles for August 2019

Japanese and American negotiators will meet soon in Washington in a last-minute attempt to compromise on agriculture and automobile exports to conclude a trade deal by September. Pic: ©Getty Images/btgbtg

In letter to government, dairy firms warn they could lose $5.4bn through deals with rivals

US dairy piles pressure on Washington to complete Japan trade deal

By Richard Whitehead

Dairy companies and farmer-owned cooperatives in the US have mobilized to put pressure on Washington to conclude its negations with Japan for a “strong trade deal” to secure critical market access for the domestic dairy industry.

Nutricia plans to launch a full Karicare Sheep Milk formulation range in 2020.

Nutricia launches Karicare Toddler Sheep Milk

By Jim Cornall

Specialized nutrition company Nutricia has launched its first Karicare Toddler Sheep Milk formulation, which it says represents a ‘significant step’ for the New Zealand sheep dairy industry.

Bimbosan AG was a bright spot for Hochdorf, recording a result above expectations in the first half of the year.

Hochdorf facing ‘serious crisis’

By Jim Cornall

Swiss company Hochdorf issued its financial report for the first half of 2019, and has admitted it is facing a serious crisis.

Camelicious continues to not only push the boundaries of products, but also research.

Behind the scenes at a camel farm

WATCH: Talking about camels at Camelicious

By Jim Cornall

During Gulfood in Dubai this year, DairyReporter had the opportunity to take some time out from the event and go behind the scenes to visit the operation of the camel milk company Camelicious.

Dairy Dialog podcast 45: Rabobank and Pack Expo

Dairy Dialog podcast 45: Rabobank and Pack Expo

By Jim Cornall

The podcast this week features two interviews. The first is with Thomas Bailey, executive director of dairy research at Rabobank North America, talking about Rabobank’s latest report, ‘Making Milk Cool Again.’

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