R&D

The SomaDetect technology enables dairy farmers to know the health, reproductive status and quality of milk produced from each cow. Pic: SomaDetect

Cornell partnership to provide milk monitoring data

By Jim Cornall

Canadian automated in-line milk monitoring system company SomaDetect is partnering with Cornell University on a series of research studies to further develop and validate its product.

Doctoral student Marie Lawton measures an alcoholic drink made from dairy waste. Pic: Cornell University

Dairy ‘beer’ in the pipeline

By Jim Cornall

Dairy that is fermented and brewed like beer could soon be on tap as Sam Alcaine, assistant professor at Cornell University’s Department of Food Science, turns dairy waste into an alcoholic drink.

Fonterra’s programme manager nutrition and health, James Dekker.

NZMP to participate in five-year gut-brain study

By Jim Cornall

NZMP SureStart, the global B2B paediatric ingredients brand of Fonterra, is joining Smarter Lives, a five-year research programme to investigate how nutrition impacts the gut-brain axis.

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Yoghurt consumption linked to lower heart risk

By Nathan Gray

Eating two or more servings of yoghurt could help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in men and women with high blood pressure by around 20%, according to new research.