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St. Paul Group has sites in Belgium and the Netherlands. Pic: St. Paul

Givaudan selling grated cheese business to St. Paul Group

By Jim Cornall

Swiss-based flavors and fragrances company Givaudan has announced that it has entered into an agreement to divest its processed and grated cheese business to St. Paul Group, a cheese specialist in Belgium and the Netherlands.

The new cultures are designed to boost the yield and resource efficiency of mozzarella cheese production. Pic: Royal DSM

DSM launches new mozzarella cheese cultures

By Jim Cornall

Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in nutrition, health and sustainable Living, has launched its new DelvoCheese CP-500 cultures for boosting the yield and resource efficiency of mozzarella cheese production.

The nine startups are from the US, Canada, Israel and the UK. Pic: Getty Images/jacoblund

Nine startups in 2020 DFA Accelerator class

By Jim Cornall

An all-natural sports drink made from dairy by-products, handheld pizza and Philly cheesesteak cones, a green fashion brand creating t-shirts from excess milk and a hand-crafted spirit made from whey are just a few of the startup companies convening virtually...

Dairy products were among $1.2bn in contracts for distributors, processors and non-profit organizations to deliver food to people in need. Pic: Getty Images/Maksymowicz

DBA and Edge support government moves

By Jim Cornall

The Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative in the US have announced their support of the Agriculture Department for awarding $317m in contracts to purchase milk and other dairy foods for struggling Americans.

Curds + Kindness will continue at least through the end of May for the nearly 5m residents of Idaho and Utah.

Crisis donations continue

By Jim Cornall

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, US company Dairy West has launched Curds + Kindness, a program to direct surplus, nutrient-rich dairy foods to those who are hungry and unable to afford groceries throughout Idaho and Utah.

Fresh cheese, including white cheese, represents 30% of total volume growth by 2030. Pic: Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak launches complete processing line for white cheese

By Jim Cornall

Tetra Pak has launched its first complete processing line for feta type white cheese products, with a fully automated and integrated solution the company says ensures the highest standard of food safety and speed to market.

Dairy Farmers of Canada said  said the funding falls short of the expectations set out by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and there is a need for further support. Pic: Getty Images/Rowena Kong

Canada helps dairy as part of agriculture package

By Jim Cornall

This week, Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced measures within agriculture programs and an investment of more than C$252m (US$178.8m) to support farmers, food businesses, and food processors who provide essential services to Canadians every...

The latest update is dominated by responses to the coronavirus crisis.

Maxum issues May global dairy commodity update

By Jim Cornall

Dustin Boughton, director of procurement at Australian and New Zealand dairy ingredients suppliers Maxum Foods, says dairy markets are starting to come off the bottom of a deep trough due to decreased demand for cheese and butterfat from the closure of...

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