Flavoured camel milk hits the Middle East
The launch of a date-flavoured Camel milk drink could strengthen
the development of this product as a viable segment of the global
EU fines highlight milk quota problems
More multi-million euro fines are to be handed out to EU member
states exceeding their milk quotas this year, highlighting what
some believe is an out-dated system.
Life without EU milk quotas
Phasing out the milk quota system across the EU will help larger
dairy producers and processors to become more competitive in the
world dairy market, says a new report.
Organic milk is not healthier, says UK food watchdog
Organic milk producers took a blow Tuesday after UK food
authorities said their milk was not healthier than conventional
varieties just because it contained more omega-3.
Cooling tunnels help hot cows to up milk yield, study
Herding cows into special cooling tunnels during hot weather could
increase milk yields, says a study, after a heatwave across Britain
sent milk production plummeting this summer.
Yili expands milk powder production
China's biggest dairy group Yili will build a CNY208 million
(€20.7m) milk powder factory in northwest China, it revealed last
Infant formulas evolve to replicate breast milk
The infant formula market presents opportunities for proven
nutritional ingredients within the updated EU regulatory framework,
and follow-on products and those aimed at mothers' are also
targeted by suppliers.
Trial supports recycled plastic milk bottles in UK
Work on the UK's first factory able to recycle HDPE resin from
plastic milk bottles for re-use in food packaging could start
within a year, according to a government-funded recycling agency.
More omega-3 in organic milk, say scientists
Scientists have called on Britain's food safety authorities to
recognise the superior health qualities of organic milk, after a
new study showed it contained higher levels of omega-3 than
China returns US milk powder with excess nitrite
China has sent back more than 100 metric tons of American milk
powder after it was found to contain potentially dangerous levels
Dairy Crest milkman deal goes through
Dairy Crest officially became Britain's biggest 'milkman' this
week, after competition authorities cleared it to take over the
doorstep delivery business of rival Arla Foods UK.
Wiseman cleared for Milk Link deal in UK
Britain's competition watchdog has cleared dairy firm Robert
Wiseman to take over the liquid milk business of rival group Milk
Link, as the industry continues to consolidate.
Report slams plans to cut UK milk supply
Cutting Britain's milk supply to raise farmgate prices will not win
the battle to raise earnings across the UK dairy sector, warns a
new Milk Development Council report.
Added value steers Milk Link sales
Fresh dairy ingredients and Stilton cheese have helped Britain's
Milk Link to improve both turnover and profit margins over the last
year, the group has said.
Transgenic goat milk could prevent diarrhea
Milk produced by transgenic goats is seen to shore up protective
intestinal bacteria against illness, thanks to the antibacterial
action of an enzyme found in human breast milk; if the findings
hold true for humans it could help prevent...