All news articles for November 2021

The IDF report looks at countries including Nigeria, New Zealand, Chile, Israel, as well as across the EU.

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IDF launches Animal Health Report 2021

By Jim Cornall

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) has released the 15th edition of its Animal Health Report, which is available to download for free on the IDF website.

Kerry research shows taste is the top purchase consideration for more than 60% of global consumers, with protein quality second. Pic: Kerry

Kerry publishes Protein Mindset report

By Jim Cornall

Taste and nutrition company Kerry said new global research shows most protein consumers are motivated by health and wellness, with 50% of respondents associating protein with “healthy diet” and 46% with “healthy lifestyle.”

At first, the new Dutch manufacturing facility will add 40,000 tons of yogurt production capacity each year. Pic: Getty Images/Andrey Elkin

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FAGE to construct new €150m facility in the Netherlands

By Jim Cornall

Greek dairy company FAGE said due to increased sales volumes in Europe, it plans to increase production capacity by constructing a new manufacturing facility at the Riegmeer Hoogeveen business park in the Netherlands.

Milk Moovement will use the investment to advance its route optimization and milk quality matching initiative. Pic: Getty Images/Rowena Kong

Government of Canada boosts dairy supply chain company

By Jim Cornall

The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, has announced an investment of C$1.5m (US$1.2m) in St. John's, Newfoundland-based Milk Moovement through Sustainable Development Technology Canada...

Dairy Dialog podcast 160: Defend Our Health, DSM, Milcobel

Dairy Dialog podcast 160: Defend Our Health, DSM, Milcobel

By Jim Cornall

This week on the podcast, we have interviews with Pim van Hee, innovation manager dairy and dairy alternatives, and Eric van den Berg, product application expert phages, at DSM Food Specialties; research analyst at Defend Our Health, Roopa Krithivasan;...

More than 300bn lids are produced globally each year. Pic: UniCup Scandinavia

Swedish company develops bio-based beverage cup lid

By Jim Cornall

In response to potential EU legislation, Swedish company UniCup Scandinavia AB has created a new bio-based lid made of spruce and pine. The Liplid is placed inside, rather than on, the cup, and the company said this improves the stability and drinking...