Dairy Beverages

KHS: PET milk bottle demand driving aseptic tech interest

DRINKTEC 2013: LIVE FROM THE SHOW FLOOR

KHS: PET milk bottle demand driving aseptic tech interest

By Mark ASTLEY

Speaking with DairyReporter.com at drinktec 2013 about its new Innosept Asbofill ASR machine, KHS pinpointed increasing demand from liquid milk processors for PET packaging as a key driver of fresh interest in aseptic filling technology.

Tania Higgins presents Drinktec TV live from show floor in Munich, September 2013

Drinktec 2013: Live from the show floor

'Lights, Camera, Drinktec TV!' Machine trends and ingredients insight

By Ben BOUCKLEY

DrinkTec TV introduces the European Beer Star award winners, discusses 2013 launches for Europe's oldest soft drinks brand, Sinalco, then hones in on ingredients, talking natural colors with Dohler and the intriguing use of 'audio branding'...

Krones shakes up sterilization technology with new aseptic filler

DRINKTEC 2013: LIVE FROM THE SHOW FLOOR

Krones shakes up sterilization technology with new aseptic filler

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Krones senior project engineer, Fabian Schneider, explains why the firm's Contiform AseptBloc aseptic filler launched at Drinktec 2013 breaks new ground - saving time, energy and media by sterilizing preforms rather than finished PET bottles.

School milk programs supported by the likes of Tetra Pak have helped to drive emerging market demand for liquid milk.

DRINKTEC 2013 SPECIAL: GROWING DAIRY INTEREST

Asian milk demand driving dairy interest in beverage tech: Drinktec

By Mark ASTLEY

Dairy sector interest in beverage and liquid food processing, filling, and packaging technology is on the up - a trend industry trade show, Drinktec, has attributed to increasing emerging market demand for drinking milk.

WhiteWave seeks to patent ‘light milk’

WhiteWave seeks to patent ‘light milk’

By Maggie Hennessy

WhiteWave Services Inc. has filed a patent application for ‘light milk,’ a lower-calorie alternative to skim milk without a watered-down flavor and mouthfeel.

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COKE ALLAYS FEARS, INSISTS WITHDRAWN DRINKS SAFE

Coke recalls Minute Maid in China after Fonterra botulism scare

By Ben BOUCKLEY

The Coca-Cola Company has recalled a Minute Maid line in China after New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra warned that whey protein used in the drinks could cause potentially fatal botulism.