The market for fats and spreads in Asia Pacific is evolving
rapidly, with increasing numbers of launches concentrating on the
low fat and fortified products. The latest look at the Mintel
database also reveals that dairy and vegetable...
Dairy Partners America, the joint venture between Switzerland's
Nestlé group and Fonterra, New Zealand's leading dairy company, has
completed the second phase of its roll out, beginning liquid and
powdered milk production...
A diet of rapeseed oil fed to dairy cows can produce healthier milk
and butter to beat their artery-clogging equivalents, find British
scientists, signalling future gains for suppliers of ingredients to
the animal feed industry.
In recent years UK butter sales have been on the increase and as a
result of this Lurpak's original brand of butter has become more
popular. Its producer, Arla Foods, says that Lurpak Lighter
Spreadable growth in sales has resulted...
Dairy Crest has today announced its unaudited results for the six
months ended 30 September 2003. The results have revealed that the
spreads business has become the company's most profitable sector.
The company says that this...
Britain's biggest dairy products firm Dairy Crest group is poised
to buy St Ivel spreads from Uniq for £50-60 million pounds (€79-95
million), to rival UK market leader Unilever, industry sources said