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Food Union brands Ekselence, Pols and Lakto are now available in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. Pic: Food Union

Food Union expands into Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan

By Jim Cornall

Food Union, which creates dairy and ice cream products in the Baltics, has expanded exports of its Ekselence, Pols and Lakto brands into three East Asian markets - Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan.

So far, the Farmers Feeding Families Fund has raised more than $650,000 and distributed more than $225,000 to rural and community food banks. Pic: Getty Images/johnrandallalves

DFA donating refrigeration to rural food banks

By Jim Cornall

Through the Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) Cares Farmers Feeding Families Fund, the nationwide dairy cooperative’s 13,000 family farm-owners are donating refrigeration to rural and community food banks across the country and pledging to keep them stocked...

The webinars will be of interest to scientists and other professionals involved in the sheep, goat, and other non-cow dairy sectors.

IDF goat and sheep milk symposium goes digital

By Jim Cornall

Originally set for May 2020 in Brussels, Belgium, but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the 8th International Dairy Federation (IDF) international symposium on sheep, goat, and other non-cow milk have decided on a digital format, with...

Aluminum lidding sealing to glass. Pic: Chadwicks

Chadwicks sees challenges and opportunities for dairy packaging

By Jim Cornall

COVID-19 has created widespread economic uncertainty resulting in many sectors critically reviewing their business models. The dairy packaging sector is no exception and across the supply chain companies have had to innovate and respond quickly to changes...

The eco-friendly format sees the yogurt and oat cluster pots now clip together, replacing the previous plastic wrap. Pic: Nomadic Dairy

Nomadic Dairy on the importance of packaging

By Jim Cornall

One of the fastest growing yogurt brands in the UK, Nomadic Dairy has invested £2.7m ($3.5m) in new packaging that removes 240 tonnes of plastic annually from its supply chain.

Reykjavik Creamery uses ultra-filtration technology developed in Iceland and built in the US to make cultured dairy products such as Icelandic-style skyr and Greek yogurt. Pics: Reykjavik Creamery

Icelandic innovation in US dairy

By Jim Cornall

Reykjavik Creamery is a new dairy processor in Pennsylvania specializing in contract manufacturing for the US market.

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