Emerging Markets

Bosch Packaging Technology CEO Stefan König spoke to DairyReporter at Pack Expo International in Chicago.

Bosch delves into VR and talks sale of packaging tech division

By Beth Newhart

Bosch debuted its new VR planning tool technology at Pack Expo International this week, along with the new Midrange Endload Cartoner (MEC) and an update to its flow wrapper series. CEO Stefan König also spoke to DairyReporter about the ongoing sale of...

My Goodness! will be launched into the New Zealand market through supermarket chain Countdown in November.

Dairy-free ice-cream innovation with persimmons

By Jim Cornall

WellKit Foods International Ltd, a New Zealand nutritional foods company, is set to launch its flagship product innovation, My Goodness! – a fruit-based, non-dairy ice-cream – which it says will “revolutionize the globally-growing non-dairy dessert market.”

Robots of the future.

Processing innovation: Tokyo Pack 2018

Robots of the future make their debut at Tokyo Pack 2018

By Jenny Eagle

An MiR100 portable heavy goods robot by Kantum and a flying drone called Prodroneto, which will be launched in December, made their debut at this year’s Tokyo Pack 2018.

Three Valio products have been chosen by the SIAL Jury for the SIAL Innovation Selection.

Valio to unveil products at SIAL Paris

By Jim Cornall

Finnish dairy company Valio will unveil new products including Valio MiFU, a new, milk-based alternative to meat, at SIAL Paris from October 21-25.

The Land O'Lakes International Development projects are in Bangladesh, Egypt, Georgia, Lebanon, Malawi and Rwanda. Pic: ©Getty Images/titoOnz

Land O'Lakes International Development awarded project funding

By Jim Cornall

Land O'Lakes International Development has been awarded funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support new agricultural capacity building and food safety programs in Georgia,...

Analysts have identified several factors that explain why Southeast Asia has become a dairy growth outlier. Pic: ©Getty Images/szefei

Southeast Asian dairy in a churn

By Richard Whitehead

Until very recently, Southeast Asia was a dairy wasteland. Supermarkets would all stock milk, cheese and yogurts, but in a fraction of the quantities one might expect to see in organized retail in other parts of the world, while food processors would...

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