All news articles for May 2020

Dairy products were among $1.2bn in contracts for distributors, processors and non-profit organizations to deliver food to people in need. Pic: Getty Images/Maksymowicz

DBA and Edge support government moves

By Jim Cornall

The Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative in the US have announced their support of the Agriculture Department for awarding $317m in contracts to purchase milk and other dairy foods for struggling Americans.

After Brexit, the UK will become a third country where rules of origin will apply for trade between the UK and the EU.

Future EU-UK dairy framework set out by EDA

By Jim Cornall

Something important in the European Union has been overshadowed by the coronavirus crisis: there are only 160 business days remaining before December 31, 2020, when Brexit is due to take place.

Curds + Kindness will continue at least through the end of May for the nearly 5m residents of Idaho and Utah.

Crisis donations continue

By Jim Cornall

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, US company Dairy West has launched Curds + Kindness, a program to direct surplus, nutrient-rich dairy foods to those who are hungry and unable to afford groceries throughout Idaho and Utah.

Fresh cheese, including white cheese, represents 30% of total volume growth by 2030. Pic: Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak launches complete processing line for white cheese

By Jim Cornall

Tetra Pak has launched its first complete processing line for feta type white cheese products, with a fully automated and integrated solution the company says ensures the highest standard of food safety and speed to market.

Hochdorf is concentrating its efforts on its baby care and dairy ingredients divisions.

Hochdorf to liquidate three subsidiaries

By Jim Cornall

Hochdorf Group in Switzerland is dissolving some of its companies to continue with last year’s announcement of a strategy to focus on its baby care and dairy ingredients divisions.

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