Dairy Health Check

Bimbosan launched an infant formula based on goat milk in Switzerland that has already been integrated into the export business.

Hochdorf announces interim results

By Jim Cornall

Swiss dairy company Hochdorf has announced its interim results for the first half year, and said it is optimistic about its future.

Quality and safety issues are a major cause of concern across all sectors of the cheese industry.

Hygiene in the cheese industry: an overview

By Peter Littleton, Christeyns Food Hygiene technical director

In 2020, approximately 474,000 metric tons of cheese were produced in the UK, an all-time high (1).

During the 12-month pilot program, Bel and DFA will support the adoption of energy-efficient and cost-effective on-farm milk cooling methods. Pic: Bel

Bel Brands USA to work with DFA on sustainable milk cooling program

By Jim Cornall

Bel Brands USA has announced a new program in partnership with dairy cooperative Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) to implement and measure sustainable cooling practices designed to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by reducing on-farm energy usage.

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Milk consumption in young infants impacts eating habits

By Natasha Spencer

A new study looking at the milk consumption habits of children aged 13-24 months, indicates that the type of milk consumed at an early age influences eating habits and preferences for sweet-tasting foods.

Agolin said improved utilization of resources benefits animals, farmers and the environment.

Agolin and Barry-Callebaut aiming for sustainable dairy

By Jim Cornall

Agolin SA, a Swiss based company developing and marketing feed additives based on botanical compounds, has joined with global chocolate producer Barry Callebaut and Gold Standard (GS), a carbon reduction project development and verification provider,...

Plant-Dairy Protein is suitable for producing a variety of plant-based dairy products.  Pic: Getty Images/AnastasiaNurullina

Green Boy Group launching Plant-Dairy Protein

By Jim Cornall

Green Boy Group, a non-GMO and organic plant-based food ingredients supplier in North America, Europe and Australia has announced it is launching Plant-Dairy Protein, a new functional plant-based protein developed for the plant-based dairy industry.

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