It's a wrap! Our most-read stories of 2022

By Teodora Lyubomirova

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As we wave goodbye to a turbulent year, a look at what stirred your interest from across our publications.

Nutrition: Plant-based drinks ‘not real alternatives’ to dairy milk
Nutrient quality in plant-based beverages should be considered on a par with sustainability credentials, researchers say as they assessed the quality as well as quantity of micronutrients in common plant-based drinks.

America’s top 5 favorite ice cream flavors – revealed
The International Dairy Foods Association has released its ‘most comprehensive’ US ice cream trends data to date, asking ice cream makers and retailers – as well as consumers – about what their favourite ice cream flavors are.

Philippines dairy sector urged to ramp up production
With the recent signing of a joint declaration of the Philippines and France on agricultural cooperation in the dairy industry, the Philippines Agriculture Secretary William Dar has urged the sector to ramp up production.

Tomorrow Farms launches ‘animal-free dairy milk’ Bored Cow in US
Food tech company Tomorrow Farms has launched what it describes as an ‘animal-free dairy milk’ brand Bored Cow, leveraging fermented dairy protein supplied by Perfect Day.

What are dairy companies saying – and doing – on the war in Ukraine?
Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the subsequent sanctions imposed upon Russia, doing business with the world’s largest country is becoming increasingly complicated.

Danone unveils new strategic plan
Danone CEO Antoine de Saint-Affrique, together with a strengthened leadership team, presented Danone’s new strategic plan, called Renew Danone.

Trial of ex-CEO of Blue Bell Creameries Paul Kruse ends
Jurors failed to reach a unanimous decision whether to convict or acquit the former president of Blue Bell Creameries for allegedly concealing from the public why contaminated ice cream was being pulled from shelves.

Milk may be rich in… microplastics, study says
Dutch researchers have uncovered alarming evidence of a potentially large-scale problem for the dairy industry.

Remilk building world's largest precision fermentation facility
Following the close of $120m in Series B funding, food tech company Remilk has announced it will build the world's largest full-scale precision fermentation facility on more than 750,000 square feet of newly acquired land within The Symbiosis project, a pioneering sustainable industrial ecosystem, in Kalundborg, Denmark.

Zero sugar without compromise: How Reb M can offer a path to tasty sugar-free formulations
DairyReporter catches up with Ingredion to find out more about the company’s work on the in-demand steviol glycoside and its potential for use in the dairy industry.

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