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Dairy Dialog podcast 84: Tetra Pak, Hälsa Foods, IFT, YPACK

Dairy Dialog podcast 84: Tetra Pak, Hälsa Foods, IFT, YPACK

By Jim Cornall

On this week’s Dairy Dialog podcast, our guests are Jan Lindqvist, food technologist at Tetra Pak; Hälsa’s CEO, Mika Manninen; Thomas Burke, food safety scientist at the Institute of Food Technologists; and Dr José María Lagarón, YPACK project coordinator.

EkoNiva products in Russia. Pic: Ekosem-Agrar

Ekosem-Agrar sees sales up in 2019

By Jim Cornall

Ekosem-Agrar AG, the German holding company of Russian milk producer EkoNiva Group, has published its 2019 annual report.

Nestlé said it has decided to step up its focus on the plant-based category.

Nestlé investing in plant-based in China

By Jim Cornall

Nestlé has announced a series of investments it says will further strengthen its footprint in China and enable it to further enhance its product portfolio.

All three of Fonterra’s business units have delivered a good performance for the year to date, despite the negative impact COVID-19 had on the foodservice business in the third quarter.

Fonterra publishes third quarter results

By Jim Cornall

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited has announced its third-quarter business update, narrowed the range for its 2019/2020 forecast Farmgate Milk Price, and announced an opening forecast Farmgate Milk Price range for the 2020/2021 season.

St. Paul Group has sites in Belgium and the Netherlands. Pic: St. Paul

Givaudan selling grated cheese business to St. Paul Group

By Jim Cornall

Swiss-based flavors and fragrances company Givaudan has announced that it has entered into an agreement to divest its processed and grated cheese business to St. Paul Group, a cheese specialist in Belgium and the Netherlands.

Driftwood made donations to the Los Angeles food bank. Pic: Vinamilk

Vinamilk's US dairy factory responds to pandemic

By Jim Cornall

In April, Vinamilk's Driftwood Dairy Company in the US donated nearly 23,000 liters of milk to the Los Angeles Food Bank to support those struggling due to the prolonged effects of the coronavirus epidemic.

The company said e-commerce frozen sales are up +31% since the COVID crisis started. Pic Alden's Organic.

Alden’s Organic pivots to e-commerce

By Jim Cornall

US organic ice-cream producer Alden’s Organic has responded to the coronavirus lockdown by making its ice cream, novelties and new dairy-free frozen desserts available for purchase on the brand’s website, delivering to consumers doorsteps nationwide.

The nine startups are from the US, Canada, Israel and the UK. Pic: Getty Images/jacoblund

Nine startups in 2020 DFA Accelerator class

By Jim Cornall

An all-natural sports drink made from dairy by-products, handheld pizza and Philly cheesesteak cones, a green fashion brand creating t-shirts from excess milk and a hand-crafted spirit made from whey are just a few of the startup companies convening virtually...

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