Nutrinova investigates low-sugar yoghurt tastes
Research conducted for Nutrinova on the impact of sweeteners on the
taste of no-sugar yoghurts could help manufacturers develop
better-for-you products that meet consumers' sweet taste needs,
says the company.
Arla sells yoghurt top cups division
Arla Foods announced yesterday the sale of Crispy Food
International, a leading producer of "cereal tops" for dairy
breakfast foods, to Denmark-based Koff.
Campina keener on Thai yoghurt cultures
Campina will end a local joint-venture agreement for private label
milk production in Thailand to concentrate on creating
yoghurt-based products with another.
Yoghurt drinks lead food market growth
Drinkable yoghurt is the world's fastest growing food and beverage
product, ACNielsen reports, suggesting manufacturers should target
this sector more aggressively.
Danisco gets fruity with yoghurt candy flavours
Danish ingredients giant Danisco has launched a new range of
flavourings designed for yoghurt candies - allowing confectioners
to give boiled sweets a healthier image.
New Tate & Lyle ingredient system targets trans free desserts
Trans Fat Focus
British ingredients firm Tate & Lyle has introduced a new method to eliminate trans fats in desserts, a move that comes in response to the renewed trans fat momentum in the US.
Yili expands ice-cream, yoghurt production
China's biggest dairy group Yili is investing further in the
ice-cream market, revealing a plan to spend CNY215.5 million
(€20.8m) on two new ice-cream production facilities.
Danone's beautiful designs for functional yoghurts
Danone is planning to introduce a new line of cosmetic yoghurts
next year, according to press reports, as it seeks the next level
of differentiation in the increasingly competitive functional dairy
Branded yoghurts lift Bright Dairy's 3Q income
Shanghai-based dairy Bright Dairy has seen a further decline in net
profit for the third quarter but strong yoghurt sales during the
summer season helped it lift operating income by 7.2 per cent.
Probiotics and health can revitalise US yoghurt
A mature US yoghurt market does not mean there is no room for
growth, according to a new report, which identifies huge expansion
possibilities particularly in the area of probiotic and prebiotic
France's Carrefour to launch Reducol-containing yoghurts
Forbes Medi-Tech's branded plant sterol Reducol is continuing to
march though European supermarkets with the launch of
cholesterol-lowering yoghurts at Carrefour-owned Champion in
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.