Cheese

A PhD student in the UK says her research shows omega 3 can be added to cheese through microalgae in cows' diet.

Microalgae in cow diet can deliver more omega 3 in cheese

By Jim Cornall

A PhD student at Harper Adams University in the UK has successfully increased the level of long chain omega-3 while reducing the level of saturated fatty acids in cheese, and producing the same the taste, by feeding microalgae to cows.

Norwegian cheeses, including Fløtemysost, will be under the spotlight when the World Cheese Awards head to Bergen, Norway, as part of The Food Country Norway food festival in 2018. Pic:©GettyImages/PicturePartners

New Norwegian food festival to host World Cheese Awards 2018

By Jim Cornall

After partnering with San Sebastián in Spain for the inaugural International Cheese Festival in 2016, the World Cheese Awards were held in London in 2017, and they are now headed out again, this time to a new food festival.

No jobs will be lost when Arla transforms the Endrup dairy into a cheese maturing and packing center.

Arla announces plans for Endrup dairy

By Jim Cornall

Arla Foods amba has announced its plans for what to do with the Endrup Andelsmejeri dairy, which it took over after the small company ran into financial difficulties.

Food for Health Ireland senior innovation & commercialisation manager boils it down: 'All we’re trying to do is harness what nature has created.' ©GettyImages/Geshas

Dairy Innovation Webinar

How to stay innovative in the dairy category, according to industry experts

By Mary Ellen Shoup

While much talked about, ‘innovation’ is not simply a buzzword but at the core of many dairy companies’ corporate strategies. DairyReporter’s Dairy Innovation live webinar brought together three industry experts to put this term into context.

Cheese was included on China's list of tariff-reduced imports because of 'three years of bridge-building efforts led by USDEC,' the US dairy organization said. Pic:©GettyImages/pabloborca

China lowers tariff rate on cheese imports

By Mary Ellen Shoup

China has lowered its tariff rate on cheese from 12% to 8% as demand for dairy soars in the country, boosting US export competitiveness in the market.