All news articles for June 2020

Organizations and companies around the world celebrated World Milk Day on June 1. Pic: Getty Images/Butsaya

World Milk Day celebrated

By Jim Cornall

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) is one of the organizations that joined with dairy companies to recognize the 20th anniversary of World Milk Day.

The variation in relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions will ensure varied rates of recovery in foodservice sales while business and tourism travel will remain minor until late in 2020.

Maxum publishes global dairy commodity update for June

By Jim Cornall

Dustin Boughton, procurement director at Maxum Foods in Australia and New Zealand, says dairy markets turned the corner in May with improving demand as COVID-19 lockdowns started to ease in most regions while milk output slowed in the US and EU.

Permeate from any country may be exported to China provided it complies with the requirements.  Pic: Arla Foods Ingredients

China allowing whey permeate imports

By Jim Cornall

Arla Foods Ingredients has welcomed the news that whey permeate can now be exported to China for use in food and beverage products.

The company said it has seen strong sales of long life milk during the coronavirus crisis, but the long term outlook is more difficult to assess.

Crediton Dairy publishes 2019 results

By Jim Cornall

UK dairy company Crediton Dairy Limited, has published its report and accounts for the 53 weeks ending January 4, 2020, which show increased turnover but a 28.6% drop in profit before tax.

The range under license will commence with three flavor SKUs. Pic: Keytone

Keytone signs Baileys distribution deal

By Jim Cornall

Keytone Dairy Corporation Limited has announced its wholly-owned subsidiary Omniblend Pty Ltd has signed a license agreement with R & A Bailey & Co Ltd for the distribution of ready-to-drink Baileys non-alcoholic coffee flavored milk drinks and...

The box, which includes five cheeses, is available at all 251 Waitrose stores that have cheese counters. Pic: Waitrose

Waitrose helping struggling UK cheese suppliers

By Jim Cornall

UK retailer Waitrose has launched a special “best of British” cheese selection box, to help its smaller British artisan cheese suppliers adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Nanako Oikawa has been appointed CEO of the newly-formed Sacco System Japan. Pic: Sacco System

Sacco System expanding in Japan

By Jim Cornall

Italian biotech company Sacco System, which works in the food, nutraceutical, and pharmaceutical industry, is opening a subsidiary, Sacco System Japan.

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