Dairy Beverages

Beyti is 52% owned by Saudia Arabian dairy firm Almarai Company, and 48% by PepsiCo Inc. Pic: ©Getty Images/MidoSemsem

EBRD supports Egypt’s Beyti with $44m loan

By Jim Cornall

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing Egyptian dairy and juice producer, the International Company for Agricultural Industries Projects, S.A.E (Beyti), with a $44m loan.

A variety of new products have been launched over the past month. Pic: ©Getty Images/titoOnz

Product launches: July 2018

By Beth Newhart and Jim Cornall

Our monthly round-up of some of the new products in the dairy and dairy-alternative space this month includes products in the UK, US and Taiwan.

The cost of the latest installation at the San Francisco de Macorís plant was $10m

Nestlé Dominicana expands its dairy factory

By Jim Cornall

Nestlé Dominicana, S.A. has inaugurated its new dairy production line for the Carnation and other dairy drinks brands (including Nesquik, Impulso, and others).

Lewis Road’s 750ml and 1.5 liter white and flavored milk bottles will start to transition to rPET bottles in August.

Lewis Road cuts plastic production for milk bottles

By Jim Cornall

New Zealand dairy brand Lewis Road Creamery has announced it will move to recycled (rPET) bottles for its milk range from the end of August as part of its commitment to the New Zealand Packaging Declaration, committing to 100% of its packaging being recyclable,...