After months of back-and-forth and a tumultuous summer of trade disputes between the US, Canada and Mexico, the three North American nations have officially signed the US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA), dismantling the previous North American Free Trade...
Greek yogurt still accounts for half the total yogurt category. After explosive growth in the US throughout the last decade, Greek yogurt brands are innovating however they can to keep consumers interested in the high-protein snack, taking cues from wider...
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has declared milk in India to be ‘largely safe’ following reports from its 2018 National Milk Quality Survey, holding ‘poor farm practices’ responsible for current contaminations.
There may be deficiencies in hygiene procedures during the production and storage of cheese in Brazil, with a new study finding viral and bacterial contamination of fresh and ripened semi-hard cheeses.
New Zealand dairy cooperative Westland Milk Products has welcomed the investment, in the form of a NZ$9.9m (US$6.8m) loan, from the Government’s Provincial Growth Fund to help build a NZ$22m (US$15m) plant at Hokitika.
Recent announcements by the Brazilian Health Ministry to significantly reduce salt and sugar levels of industrialized food products creates opportunities for natural aromas and flavors, says ingredients supplier Kerry.
Siemens and GEA are collaborating on a Module Type Package (MTP) digitalization project where processes can be changed with little effort, modules can be added or removed, and production quantities can be adapted.
The coffee world is experiencing massive growth, with consumers finding new ways to enjoy their brew. Plant-based creamers, premium RTD options and shelf stability are all trends to watch in the coffee space.
Success of world’s first allergen-free milk producer could help persuade Kiwis of benefits.