News to delight dairy manufacturers and dismay opponents to
genetically modified foods arrived this week with publication of a
new study that reveals protein-rich milk from not only cloned but
also genetically modified cows could...
News to delight dairy manufacturers and dismay opponents to GMO
foods arrived this week with the publication of a study revealing
protein-rich milk from cloned cows could cut cheese- and
Finland-based Elopak Materials Handling, which currently claims to
be the leader in fresh milk handling systems, has just installed a
sophisticated automatic order picking system, the final part of a
complete state-of-the-art automated...
Finland-based Elopak Materials Handling has just installed an
automatic order picking system, the final part of a complete
state-of-the-art automated handling system for Skåne Dairies in
Finnish food group Valio claims to have produced a new low-fat
cheese without the rubbery texture often associated with many light
products. Polar 5 also has a lower salt content than many low-fat
Innovation will be the key driver of growth in the western European
dairy market, claims a new report from market analysts Zenith
International, but old favourites such as butter and cheese
continue to grow in popularity.
The European consumer may be turning towards healthier food
products, but a recent report shows that butter and cheese sales in
western Europe continue to grow steadily. But more significantly,
the report stresses that innovation...
Caspian Climatic Ltd, a UK-based manufacturing company, has
introduced Cool Cab, a refrigerating system specifically designed
for racks and enclosures that is said to offer considerable savings
on operating costs.
Dutch-based food research company NIZO has organised the third in a
series of meetings on key topics in dairy and food science.
'Dynamics of Taste, Texture & Perception' aims to present the
most recent developments in...
Swedish manufacturer of speciality vegetable fats Karlshamns has
clarified its position on the ongoing issue that suggests the
production of soybean and palm oil in Brazil and South East Asia is
destroying valuable natural environments.
Austrian dairy co-operative Tirol Milch launched its Pro Frucht
yoghurt in three new flavours on the domestic market last month.
Aimed at health-conscious consumers, the product contains probiotic
bacteria and the natural fibre inulin.
Nippon Milk Community, established last Wednesday to take over the
milk businesses of troubled Snow Brand Milk Products Co. and two
agricultural cooperative federations, started nationwide sales of
milk products under the Megmilk...
Austrian dairy cooperative Tirol Milch launched its Pro Frucht
yoghurt in three new flavours on the home market last month. Aimed
at health-conscious consumers, the product contains probiotic
bacteria and the natural fibre inulin.
Innovation in the food industry has never been higher, as our
regular visits to the pages of the Global New Products Database
show. Today we look at the European dairy sector, where health
issues are the main drivers of innovation.
With the booming trend in health products, and dairy manufacturers
under pressure to innovate, there is an impressive number of
healthy dairy products being launched each month. We take a look at
some of the latest entries, from market...
Research carried out at the Texas A&M university shows how
increasing the pressure during the milk homogenisation process
could improve dairy industry consumer products of tomorrow, claim
scientists this week.
In the first six weeks on sale in Sweden, the lactose-free milk
drink from Finland's Valio group has far exceeded even the
company's most optimistic expectations. Full year sales could be as
much as five times greater than...
Ready-to-eat cereals fortified with a moderate amount of calcium
can help kids meet their calcium needs withoutdecreasing iron
absorption, report scientists at the Children's Nutrition Research
Center in Houston, Texas following...
Greece's hard fought victory in the battle to win PDO status for
feta cheese could be short lived. France will join Denmark in
appealing against the EC's decision to give Greece the sole right
to feta production.