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Russia is seeking to change regulations and requirements on dairy definitions to better distinguish between dairy and non-dairy products. ©iStock/sergeyryzhov

Russia proposes changes to dairy vs. non-dairy labeling to WTO

By Mary Ellen Shoup

The Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), the regulatory body of Russia, has notified the World Trade Organization (WTO) of amendments seeking to distinguish between dairy products with or without milk fat substitutes. 

Tate & Lyle Food Systems Global Innovation Centre in Lübeck, Germany, was unveiled last week at a media event to showcase upgrades at the facility.

Tate & Lyle unveils upgraded innovation center

By Jim Cornall

Tate & Lyle PLC, a global provider of speciality food ingredients and solutions, has unveiled its upgraded Food Systems Global Innovation Centre in Lübeck, Germany. 

Mintel market trends: Apac getting lairy for dairy

Mintel market trends: Apac getting lairy for dairy

By Davina Patel, food and trends analyst at Mintel

As Asian taste trends continue evolving across Asia-Pacific, manufacturers are being forced to cater for more discerning, better travelled consumers with greater culinary exposure to foreign cultures. 

The acquisition will give Lait Kaiser a 30,000-square-foot-facility with its own milk run to expand production.

Lait Kaiser and Cult Yogourt to takeover Chagnon Dairy in Quebec

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Lait Kaiser and Cult Yogourt of Quebec have purchased the assets of Chagnon Dairy, a local creamery and milk brand, to help strengthen manufacturing of Lait Kaiser to expand Cult Yogourt’s portfolio to include more innovative dairy products. 

February sees an interesting range of new products on the shelves, from cheese to yogurt to frozen desserts. Pic: ©iStock/klenger/vikif

Dairy product launches for February

By Mary Ellen Shoup and Jim Cornall

There is an array of unusual flavors hitting the dairy shelves in February, from raspberry fig yogurt to chocolate orange blossom chewy ice cream.