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 American Dairy Association North East and Dairy Farmers of America deliver 50,000 gallons of milk to families in need.

More companies step up in coronavirus crisis

By Jim Cornall

More companies and organizations are helping with donations and product in order to help in the face of challenges created by the global covid-19 pandemic.

 Saco Foods has experienced five times the normal volume of demand for its dry buttermilk, baking cocoa, and Mix'n Drink products.

Quarantine baking boosts demand for powdered goods

By Jim Cornall

As people are staying at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants are closed, and baking has become a way to not only make food for the family, but also to relieve boredom.

The company's sales in 2019 dropped by 10.4%. Pic: Getty Images/hershin

FAGE reports profits down in 2019

By Jim Cornall

Luxembourg-headquartered dairy company FAGE International S.A. recently published its financial results for the year ending December 31, 2019.

The opening orders are to be manufactured and produced during the current quarter.

Keytone signs new deal worth more than $3m

By Jim Cornall

Keytone Dairy Corporation Limited has signed a long-term manufacturing agreement with Iovate Health Sciences Australia Pty Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Iovate Health Sciences International Inc., headquartered in North America.

Westland Milk Products has been registered as an essential service in New Zealand.

Westland Milk Products operating as essential service

By Jim Cornall

New Zealand’s Westland Milk Products has been registered as an essential service with only operational staff required at its Hokitika and Rolleston plants operating under strict New Zealand Government guidelines to keep themselves and the community safe.

Z Natural Foods' new whole milk powder is safe for up to 18 months.

Z Natural Foods launches Whole Milk Powder

By Jim Cornall

Z Natural Foods' powdered dry whole milk has been launched in the US as whole milk powder (WMP) and other long-life dairy products continue to sell thanks to the coronavirus crisis.

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