Fonterra uncovers secret to long life yoghurt
A new manufacturing process has the potential to extend the shelf
life of yoghurts while preserving live and active cultures.
Functional drinks driving UK yoghurt boom
Sales of yoghurt in the UK are set to increase by 40 per cent over
the next five years, and smash the £2bn barrier by 2011, with
surging functional yoghurt drinks driving sales.
Emmi buys up Italian yoghurt group
Swiss dairy group Emmi said it would expand its reach in Italy's
fresh dairy sector by taking over yoghurt maker Trentinalatte,
rounding off another week of consolidation on the European dairy
French scientists unravel genes in yoghurt
Scientists in France say they have unlocked the genetic sequence of
bacteria in yoghurt, offering better insight to dairy firms looking
to create added value dairy products.
Omega-3 added to yoghurt in China
The first yoghurt containing the fatty acid omega-3 has been
launched in southern China, backed by labeling claims for its
Omega-3 drinkable yoghurt arrives in China
China's first drinkable yoghurt product, containing MEG-3 fish oil,
is currently rolling out, and has received strong endorsement from
the Guadong Dairy Association.
Timing more important than fat in sterol yoghurts
Plant sterol (PS)-enriched yoghurts better lower cholesterol levels
when consumed at mealtimes than between meals, regardless of the
fat content of the drink, says research from Unilever.
Yoghurt shots enter weight management arena
The shot-sized drinking yoghurt has proved a popular format for
functional foods in Europe. Now the format is entering a new
category with the launch of the first such product for weight
management in Portugal, using DSM Food Specialties'...
Chr. Hansen develops culture for Indian yogurt
Chr. Hansen has developed a new dairy culture specifically designed
for making dahi - a traditional ethnic yoghurt consumed in India.
Danone Canada launches DHA yoghurt for brain health
Sales of a DHA-fortified children's yoghurt launched last month in
Canada are already exceeding expectations, with parents keen to
improve their children's brain development through nutrition, says
manufacturer Danone Canada.
Danone to launch Senjà soy yoghurts
Danone will launch its newly developed, 100 per cent soy dairy
brand 'Senjà' in France this February, giving new recognition to
Tate & Lyle spears low-fat yogurts
A new ingredients substitute system could help yoghurt makers meet
thedemand for low-fat products.
New product development targets 'light' dessert yoghurts
Reflecting ongoing product development for low-fat lines targeting
the health conscious consumer Yoplait Dairy Crest launches a new
line of dessert recipe yoghurts that hinges on a range of fruit
Russian dairies see profits in drinking yoghurt
Dairies not manufacturing premium-range yoghurt are missing out,
with new products hitting this lucrative market every month,
reports Angela Drujinina.
Reducol yoghurts launched in Finland
Finland's largest grocery chain Kesko has launched a range of
yogurts that include Forbes Medi-Tech's cholesterol-lowering
ingredient, Reducol, the Canadian firm said on Monday.