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The Moko series consists of three stages divided according to the child’s age and nutritional needs, and is available in 800g cans.

Watch: Mille looks beyond Chinese market

By Jim Cornall

Danish dairy company Mille Food was at the recent SIAL food innovation event in Paris, France, promoting its soon-to-be-launched range of organic infant formula for the European market under the Møko brand.

The expansion and automation project is supported by the Dairy Processing Investment Fund.

Quebec dairy company receives funding

By Jim Cornall

The Government of Canada has announced an investment of up to C$584,063 (US$443,000) to La Trappe à Fromage de l'Outaouais, in Quebec, to help the cheese processor purchase and install automation equipment to optimize processing, improve product...

Fonterra is targeting a reduction in carbon emissions of 30% by 2030 and net zero by 2050 across all New Zealand operations.

Fonterra site to reduce emissions by 25%

By Jim Cornall

Fonterra’s Brightwater milk processing plant in Nelson, New Zealand, is now co-firing on wood after the site’s newly converted boiler was officially switched on.

Obour Land produces white cheese, spreadable cheese, UHT packaged milk and juice.

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EBRD $7m loan for Egyptian dairy company

By Jim Cornall

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing a $7m loan to support the expansion plan of Egyptian dairy company Obour Land.

Feihe Diary plans to first implement the solutions in its plant in Kedong.

Feihe Dairy and Siemens sign strategic agreement

By Jim Cornall

Siemens PLM Software and Heilongjiang Feihe Dairy Co., Ltd. have signed a strategic agreement focusing on the digitalization of Feihe Dairy's research and development, simulation and testing, as well as quality monitoring, supply chain management...

DairyReporter spoke with Camelicious at the recent SIAL event in Paris, France.

Camelicious looks to European market

By Jim Cornall

While camel milk has been a staple of the Middle Eastern diet for decades, it’s still not on the radar of most European countries.