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Arla will be the commercial partner in the project that will purchase, collect, process and bring the local milk to market.

Arla commits to sustainable dairy sector in Nigeria

By Jim Cornall

In a new public-private partnership in Nigeria, dairy cooperative Arla Foods is developing a long-term sustainable dairy industry and local dairy sector in Nigeria by helping 1,000 small scale farmers create better livelihoods while strengthening its...

“For people who don’t really know dairy, it’s a bit of a hard sell to convince them of the problem of acid whey.

Capro-X reimagines Greek yogurt waste

By Beth Newhart

Each cup of Greek yogurt generates more than three cups of acid whey waste, which is expensive to dispose of sustainably. Startup Capro-X says it offers more cost-effective, creative solutions to the problem.

Since the beginning of 2018, Valio has paid a sustainability bonus of two cents per liter to dairy farmers who have committed to higher standards of animal welfare.

Valio goes free-range in Finland

By Jim Cornall

From mid-September, Finnish dairy cooperative Valio has announced its one-liter and 1.75-liter milk, in its skim, low-fat, semi-skim and whole milk variants, will come from free-range cows.

Research shows 59% of respondents assume milk is unsafe to drink once the date has passed.

Arla UK changing labels to tackle food waste

By Jim Cornall

According to a OnePoll survey, more than a third of those polled in the UK are unsure of the difference between ‘best before’ and ‘use by’ labels on produce.

 “We want an ongoing relationship with China. We are in this for the long haul.

USDEC positive after China visit in spite of new tariffs

By Beth Newhart

Over the weekend, US president Donald Trump put into effect a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods, while the US Dairy Export Council (USDEC) visited Chinese officials to preserve its relationship with China.

Earlier this year Uttarakhand became India's first state to produce sex-sorted semen for cows. Pic: ©Getty Images/Ram Tekale

State-backed projects have been gathering steam as the government aims to boost incomes

India turns to technology to improve dairy productivity and animal health

By Richard Whitehead

India has been going through a technology spurt, backed by central and state governments, as it continues an ambitious program to make agriculture more profitable for farmers.

“There has not been an innovation in shelf-stable milk for years.

Maple Hill launches milk in SIG cartons

By Beth Newhart

For the first time, Maple Hill Creamery will offer its organic, grass-fed milk in single serve SIG carton packs that have ‘minimal impact’ on the environment.