Cheese makers could enjoy a rise in yields as Danish enzyme giant
Novozymes links up with cultures leader Chr Hansen in a joint
project to develop new enzymes for cheese production,writes
Cheese makers could improve the end product as new DNA tools lead
French scientists to identify that refrigerating raw milk for as
little as 24 hours can cut levels of bacteria responsible for the
development of desirable qualities...
Britain boasts more than 400 different varieties of cheese, but the
UK has never been particularly known for its goat's cheese - until
now. Goat's cheese is now so popular, claims supermarket group
Tesco, that goat farmers...
Dairy science moves one step closer to helping dairy manufacturers
formulate the right product to meet customer demand as food
scientists reveal the science behind consumer perception of nutty
flavours in the popular cheddar cheese,...
Accession has sparked significant growth for the accession states
of Central Europe, a fact that is reflected by a rash of product
launches for the sector highlighted by this week's look at the
Mintel database where cheese is...
In a trading statement released today, Dairy Crest said that its
cheese business was performing bellow its expectations. The
European cheese market has suffered as a result of the midterm CAP
review this year, and the company claims...
A UK business rooted in sheep milk products and originally set up
to help people with allergies has won the Great British Food
Award presented by the UK's National Farmers Union (NFU). The
success of the company is linked to...
Friesland Coberco, the multinational dairy group, saw profits and
sales depressed last year by sliding European cheese prices
exacerbated by the current review of EU subsidies to the
agricultural sector, writes Danny Vincent.
Milk Link and Glanbia plan to embark upon a new business venture in
an effort to exploit the UK cheese market. The new formation will
be 75 per cent owned by Milk Link and 25 per cent owned by the