Dairy Beverages

Keytone said the integrated company will look to implement a step change in revenue and sales mix towards high value proprietary products.

Keytone Dairy eyes China with Omniblend acquisition

By Jim Cornall

Keytone Dairy Corporation Ltd, based in Sydney, Australia and Christchurch, New Zealand, has executed a binding agreement for the strategic acquisition of Omniblend Pty Ltd for A$22.6m (US$15.5m) plus an earn-out.

“Today’s dairy aisles are continuously changing to keep up with consumer demand for affordable as well as premium products.

DSM puts early childhood nutrition on display at IFT

By Beth Newhart

DSM Ingredients of the Netherlands showcased its products for all stages of life at the 2019 IFT show in New Orleans last week. Preconception, pregnancy, nursing, infants, toddlers and kids all fit into its portfolio of food and beverage ingredients....

Fair Oaks Farms is one of 30 farms that provide milk to fairlife.

Fairlife and Coca-Cola deal with Fair Oaks abuse fallout

By Beth Newhart

Last week, an undercover video surfaced showing severe calf abuse at Fair Oaks Farms. The Indiana-based farm supplies milk to ultrafiltered milk brand fairlife, which is a Coca-Cola Company partner. Several retailers have pulled the products from shelves...

CSK, which has clients in more than 50 countries worldwide, produces a variety of ingredients for dairy applications. Pic: CSK

CSK introduces a new range of yogurt cultures

By Jim Cornall

Dutch dairy culture manufacturer Royal CSK is expanding its portfolio of yogurt cultures with the addition of an extensive range of new cultures designed for stirred, set, concentrated and drinking yogurt applications.

Naturally-occurring MFGM with phospholipids and glycoproteins is ideal for brain and gut health in infants. Pic: Arla

Awareness of MFGM growing

By Beth Newhart

More pregnant women are familiar with the milk fat globule membrane (MFGM), a nutritional component naturally occurring in breast milk. It’s now being used as an ingredient in infant formula to “close the gap further between breast milk and formula.”

Lothamilk is expanding in Vietnam as its products have extended shelf life from working with SIG on its products. Pic: Lothamilk

Lothamilk expands consumer reach with SIG products

By Jim Cornall

Originating in the Vietnamese tourist hub of Long Thanh, dairy producer Lothamilk Joint Stock Company is set for growth through longer shelf life of its products, as it expands its portfolio of milk with aseptic technology and carton packs from SIG.

More than 61m gallons of milk are wasted by households in the UK every year, at a cost of £25m. Pic: Getty/Anon_Pichit

Could better packaging revive the milk industry?

By Beth Newhart

A study commissioned by Noluma International, which offers light protection services and certification for CPG products, suggests that proper light-protective packaging could help stem the decline in fluid milk consumption.