New Zealand’s second biggest dairy cooperative, Westland Milk Products, has recovered from a loss in the 12 months ended July 31, 2016, to post a break-even profit before tax for the 2016-17 financial year.
DuPont is targeting innovation at both ends of the age spectrum as it seeks to meet the vast needs of Asia's ageing societies, while also helping infant formula firms overcome considerable pricing and regulatory challenges.
Ownership of the entire value chain and increased demand for higher-margin products in the infant formula market drove Synlait’s FY17 profit margins up 39%, according to managing director and CEO, John Penno.
Müller said it will invest £100m ($113m) over the next three years to develop, manufacture and market a new generation of branded and private label yogurt and desserts products made from milk produced by British farmers.
UK dairy company First Milk announced today that after a review, changes are being made to improve the productivity and efficiency of its Lake District and Haverfordwest creameries with the loss of around 30 jobs.
Plant-based Greek-style yogurts from Ripple Foods – slated to hit the market by the end of this year – will have a higher protein content (12g/serving) and superior texture to brands currently on shelf, which have improved, but can still look “gelatinous”...