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IFCN 2018 dairy report published

By Jim Cornall

IFCN, a German-based research network on the dairy industry, has released its IFCN Dairy Report 2018.

The dairy sector could reap the benefits of trigeneration, says Nigel Thompson, sales manager – Gas Power Solutions at Finning.

Generating dairy savings through combined cooling

By Jim Cornall

Extensive volumes of heat and electricity are required to keep a dairy’s production processes functional, creating a huge demand for energy, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the electricity required to operate site cooling systems.

FTL Technology said MECO dairy seals offer clean and cost-effective sealing solutions for wet dairy processes requiring a sanitary seal.

Stamping out contamination in dairy process lines

By Jim Cornall

There is a wide range of processing machinery, equipment and instruments used in the dairy industry, from conveyors and pasteurisers to packaging machines and batch mix plants. When it comes to contamination risk, various aspects of the processing equipment...

Dairy Dialog podcast episode 7: Arla UK, Lycored and Epi Ingredients

Dairy Dialog podcast: Arla Foods UK, Lycored and Epi Ingredients

By Jim Cornall

This week’s podcast includes interviews with Graham Wilkinson, head of agriculture at Arla Foods UK and strategic lead for the Arla UK 360 program, Lycored head of marketing (food) Christiane Lippert on cheese colors, and Epi Ingredients marketing manager...

The cooperative has announced it will work with Asset Match to provide a free trading system for members to deliver market-derived trading prices.

First Milk announces new member premium

By Jim Cornall

UK dairy cooperative First Milk has today announced a series of changes to its capital structure that will see the introduction of a ‘member premium’ in the form of a 13th payment to members from next year, as well as increased transparency in share trading...

CertusBio is seeking additional investors and a wider range of dairy processors to further demonstrate the economic and environmental benefits of the technology.

New device detects dairy plant processing losses

By Jim Cornall

A new device that detects processing losses in dairy plants could save the industry millions of dollars a year and help prevent pollutants from entering waterways, according to the company that developed it.

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