All news articles for September 2019

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Sports nutrition appeal in Colombia “remains limited” despite growth

By Stephen Daniells

As the internet and direct selling channels prove popular routes to market for sports nutrition brands in Colombia, we explore the segments and players leading the landscape and the challenges they face, with market research provider, Euromonitor International.

TINE said it is looking to streamline operations to save about $110m.

Jobs to go as TINE says it must change

By Jim Cornall

Norwegian dairy cooperative TINE SA said it will undergo “significant changes” over the next three years – including the loss of around 400 jobs – as the company faces major changes with the loss of Jarlsberg exports, tougher competition and changes in...

The new Lurpak Butterbox is a reclosable box.

Lurpak switches from foil to box

By Jim Cornall

Arla’s butter brand, Lurpak, is unveiling new block butter packaging in the UK with the launch of its new Butterbox.

Concerns are growing over a no-deal Brexit's effect on the agriculture industry. Pic: ©Getty Images/Issaurinko

UK cheese exports could be hit with tariffs in no-deal Brexit

By Jim Cornall

Britain’s National Farmers’ Union (NFU) has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling for an urgent review of the government’s no-deal trade tariff policy that would come into effect if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

“There has not been an innovation in shelf-stable milk for years.

Maple Hill launches milk in SIG cartons

By Beth Newhart

For the first time, Maple Hill Creamery will offer its organic, grass-fed milk in single serve SIG carton packs that have ‘minimal impact’ on the environment.

The pending location in south central Idaho is considered the heart of the state's dairy industry. Pics: The University of Idaho

Largest US research dairy set for Idaho

By Beth Newhart

The University of Idaho has planned the largest research dairy in the US, set to break ground in 2021. A demonstration farm and agro-tourism center will accompany the 2,000-cow dairy on Idaho’s campus.

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