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Cottage cheese ‘renaissance’ heats up in the US

By Beth Newhart

The meteoric rise in popularity of Greek yogurt over the last decade has shown that consumers respond well to high-protein dairy snacks. Cottage cheese falls into that category and has been making a mainstream comeback with single serves.

Kroger intends to use the after-tax cash proceeds to reduce its debt. Pic: Getty/martinrlee

Kroger completes Turkey Hill sale

By Beth Newhart

After announcing that it may drop its flagship dairy brand last August, Kroger sold Turkey Hill to Peak Rock Capital earlier this year. The agreement was completed this week for $215m.

Five years ago, whole milk only accounted for 30% of retail milk sales. It’s now up to 40%. Pic: Getty/DragonImages

Can whole milk make a comeback?

By Beth Newhart

The National Dairy Council (NDC) has been involved with the fight to bring back whole milk for several years, investing in research on its health benefits.

New products for March 2019. Pic: ©Getty Images/natasaadzic

New in the dairy aisles - March

By Beth Newhart and Jim Cornall

DairyReporter brings you its monthly round-up of what’s new in the dairy aisles for March 2019.

Grupo Lala's profits as reported were up by 13.4% compared to 2017, and milk remained the top-earning segment of the business.

Blue Diamond Almond Breeze products are coming to Mexico

By Beth Newhart

Grupo Lala announced this week that it reached a deal with Blue Diamond Growers to distribute Blue Diamond Almond Breeze almond beverages in Mexico. It also released fourth-quarter and full-year financial reports from 2018.

Digestive wellness is one of the top 5 dairy trends for 2019, according to NZMP. Pic: ©Getty Images/ChrisChrisW

NZMP picks top 5 dairy trends for 2019

By Jim Cornall

NZMP, the global ingredients brand of Fonterra, has studied insights from some of the world’s largest food and nutrition research providers to create its top five dairy trends for 2019.

Jarlsberg cheese plate kits will be given away throughout 2019 to draw in younger customers.

Looking to millennials to expand Jarlsberg brand in US

By Beth Newhart

Jarlsberg has been available in the US since the 1960s, and the company that produces it, Norseland (a subsidiary of Norwegian cooperative TINE), is attempting to extend what it says is a typical baby boomer audience to capture the interest of a younger...

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