All news articles for July 2024

Dairy cows are indirectly linked to deforestation through feed consumption. Image Source: Getty Images/John Giustina

Is dairy linked to deforestation?

By Augustus Bambridge-Sutton

Deforestation has been linked to a range of commodities including palm oil, soy, cocoa and cattle. But how close is its link with dairy?

A growing trend for function food ingredients has been driven by more health conscious consumers. Image: Getty, Matt Lincoln

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Functional foods fuel healthy eating trends

By Gwen Ridler

A growing trend of health-conscious consumers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked calls for manufacturers to focus on functional foods.

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Cheese lovers, would you try Cheese Tea?

By Teodora Lyubomirova

Tea brand Heytea has landed in Paris, France with the aim to entice the cheese-loving nation with its Cheese Tea in the build-up to the Summer Olympics.

Dairy farmers need to improve silage storage capacity in order to be climate-resilient, according to Kite. Image: Getty/Wieland Teixeira

British dairies face steep climate resilience costs

By Teodora Lyubomirova

UK dairy farmers may need to fork out more than $60,000 per year on average on top of the cost of production in order to achieve an acceptable level of climate resilience, a dairy consultancy has estimated.