All news articles for August 2019

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.’

Closure of the Aberdeen distribution, garage, tanker and retail operations would come at a cost of 50 jobs.

Müller confirms Aberdeen depot review

By Jim Cornall

Müller Milk & Ingredients (MMI), Britain’s largest producer of branded and private label fresh and flavored milk, cream, butter and dairy ingredients, is to review depot operations in Aberdeen with the business proposing to relocate to existing sites...

Each keto variety has about 1g of sugar and 1g net carbs per serving, but are higher in calories than the core line.

Enlightened debuts Keto Collection pints and bars

By Beth Newhart

US light ice cream brand Enlightened is expanding its range of better-for-you frozen desserts with a keto-specific collection. The line launches this week with seven pint flavors and four bars.

The EBRD and FAO say they will continue working with Kazakhstan’s livestock industry to create export opportunities for Kazakh producers. Pic:EBRD

Kazakhstan pushing ahead with dairy roadmap

By Jim Cornall

Kazakhstan has signed a ‘roadmap’ in the country’s capital Nur-Sultan that is intended to bring the country’s dairy industry to Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) standards.

A species of seaweed disrupts enzymes that produce methane in cows.

Antipodean academics have been breaking through in methane production research

Could Australian seaweed reduce methane from cows?

By Richard Whitehead

A puffy pink seaweed that can stop flatulent Friesians and gassy Guernseys from burping out methane is being primed for mass farming by Australian researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast.