Invensys wins cheese contract
Arla Falkenberg, the Swedish cheese producer, has awarded Invensys
APV a contract valued at €4.5 million to design and install a new
cheese production line for its Falkenberg dairy in Sweden.
Saputo acquires blue cheese business
Canadian dairy firm Saputo has increased its US holdings by buying
two brands of blue cheese and other assets from ConAgra Foods.
Swiss cheese group reports healthy performance
2002 was a good year for Swiss cheese group Emmi, which continues
to pursue a successful strategy of mergers and acquisitions.
Technological innovation benefits cheese firm
A new technology which produces mozzarella cheese in ribbons rather
than blocks could give Ireland-based Glanbia Cheese a major
competitive advantage in the European pizza cheese market.
New methods to reduce cheese damage
Dutch researchers have developed a model that predicts how cheese
will change when force is applied to it. The model will help to
predict how cheese might be damaged during packaging or
Bacteria may protect cheese from listeria
German researchers have found that the addition of a bacterium
during cheese production may be a simple answer to preventing
Listeria in unpasteurised produce.
Emmi creates new Swiss cheese group
Swiss cheese company Emmi is to merge three business units from 1
January next year to create a company dedicated to the production
and marketing of processed cheese, in particular fondue.
Wimm-Bill-Dann buys Siberian cheese factory
Russia's largest dairy and juice group, Wimm-Bill-Dann has said
that it has bought the ZAO Sibirsky Syr business, known as Siberian
Valio launches 'tasty' low-fat cheese
Finnish dairy manufacturer Valio is launching a new low-fat cheese
on the home market, that claims to have an improved texture and
Emmi adds another cheese company to its portfolio
Acquisitive Swiss cheese group Emmi has added another company to
its growing portfolio - Tiger Käse, a producer of speciality
cheeses marketed primarily in Italy and Germany.
'Cheese' gets low fat twist
Developed by scientists in Cambridge University, the first
so-called hard cheese containing plant sterols has just been
launched by UK retailer Tesco.
Cheese packaging extends shelf life
The shelf-life of cheeses may triple from the present 2-3 months up
to 9 months, with the help of a new packaging material.
New hard cheese packaging extends shelf life
Hard cheeses packed in new biopolymers which will give them an
extended shelf-life may be on the shelves in the near future.
Changing the cheese can make a difference
Just switching the cheese in one's diet to a vegetable oil-based
cheese may significantly reduce cholesterol levels in people
affected by moderately raised cholesterol, report Finnish
Hispanic cheese under the knife
Hispanic-style cheese made in Mexico may provide US scientists at
the Agricultural Research Service with a better scientific
understanding of how to improve the overall quality of cheese in