Ice Cream

ColdSnap for Business machines use a patented rapid freezing technology to instantly freeze ambient temperature product in single-serving recyclable ColdSnap Pods.  Pic: ColdSnap

ColdSnap for Business launched

By Jim Cornall

US company Sigma Phase, Corp. has announced ColdSnap for Business, a rapid freezing appliance with personalized single servings of ice cream, frozen yogurt, frozen cocktails, smoothies, and frozen coffee in about 90 seconds.

Comax Flavors' 2021 Flavor Trends are divided into four distinct flavor collections. Pic: Comax Flavors

Comax Flavors reveals its 2021 flavor trends

By Jim Cornall

In response to consumers’ changing behavior, Comax Flavors has published its 2021 Flavor Trends, which are divided into four distinct flavor collections.

The Real California Milk Snackcelerator is down to four - all competing for the $200,000 top prize.

Real California Milk Snackcelerator: Meet the Final Four innovations

By Jim Cornall

Ice cream infused with vegetables, to-go premium cheese snacks, chocolate mousse and flavored paneer are the final four in the Real California Milk Snackcelerator product innovation competition created by the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) and...

Plastic snap-on lids for yogurt or drinking cups could soon disappear from the refrigerated section and be replaced by new solutions that reduce the plastic content of the overall packaging. Lids with integrated drinking openings are an alternative. Pic: Syntegon

Sustainable packaging: What does the future hold for dairy products?

By Jim Cornall

The environmental impact of packaging has gained importance within the last few years. Manufacturers are seeking new approaches to use environmentally-friendly materials such as paper. Sensitive products like dairy, call for innovative technologies that...

Tests are currently under way for the dairy industry to see how PET can tolerate temperatures of up to 120C during HTS.  Pic: Greiner Packaging

Greiner Packaging extends range of recycled materials

By Jim Cornall

While polypropylene (PP) and polystyrene (PS) are the most commonly used materials in the dairy packaging industry, some of the recyclates from both materials still lack approval for use in food packaging and have only limited availability.

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