Greek Yogurt Revolution

Reykjavik Creamery uses ultra-filtration technology developed in Iceland and built in the US to make cultured dairy products such as Icelandic-style skyr and Greek yogurt. Pics: Reykjavik Creamery

Icelandic innovation in US dairy

By Jim Cornall

Reykjavik Creamery is a new dairy processor in Pennsylvania specializing in contract manufacturing for the US market.

The proposed plant would create 80,000 tons of yogurt annually. Pic: Getty Images/Andrey Elkin

Concern over proposed Luxembourg yogurt plant

By Jim Cornall

The construction of a yogurt factory planned by the Greek dairy group FAGE in Bettembourg, Luxembourg, has drawn criticism from environmental group natur & ëmwelt asbl, as the project enters the next phase.

Dairy Dialog podcast 90: Selig, Elopak, Chobani

Dairy Dialog podcast 90: Selig, Elopak, Chobani

By Jim Cornall

Guests on the podcast this week are Peter McGuiness, CEO of Chobani; John Brown, vice president of marketing at Selig; and Patrick Verhelst, Elopak chief marketing officer.

The new cultures were developed to create mildness and premium texture for its customers. Pic: DuPont

DuPont launches YO-MIX PRIME

By Jim Cornall

DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences has launched its DuPont YO-MIX PRIME cultures series globally.

“In times like this, the resilience of the human spirit is more visible than ever. It’s incredibly uplifting to see so many businesses and individuals stepping up.

Dairy donates time, money and food to the coronavirus pandemic

By Beth Newhart

The coronavirus is upending businesses and economies around the world, and the dairy sector isn't immune. While some aspects of the industry need stability and assistance, others are able to share their wealth and give back.

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