Camel Milk

Camelicious, based in Dubai, is the world's largest producer of camel milk.

Report shows extent of dairy industry in Dubai

By Jim Cornall

A recent report issued by the Business Registration & Licensing (BRL) sector of Dubai Economy said that the Emirate of Dubai has 583 local and international companies engaged in dairy production and industry such as yogurt; natural butter; cheese;...

The webinars will be of interest to scientists and other professionals involved in the sheep, goat, and other non-cow dairy sectors.

IDF goat and sheep milk symposium goes digital

By Jim Cornall

Originally set for May 2020 in Brussels, Belgium, but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of the 8th International Dairy Federation (IDF) international symposium on sheep, goat, and other non-cow milk have decided on a digital format, with...

Camelicious continues to not only push the boundaries of products, but also research.

Behind the scenes at a camel farm

WATCH: Talking about camels at Camelicious

By Jim Cornall

During Gulfood in Dubai this year, DairyReporter had the opportunity to take some time out from the event and go behind the scenes to visit the operation of the camel milk company Camelicious.

DairyReporter spoke with Camelicious at the recent SIAL event in Paris, France.

Camelicious looks to European market

By Jim Cornall

While camel milk has been a staple of the Middle Eastern diet for decades, it’s still not on the radar of most European countries.

Consumers want milk ‘with benefits tailored to them’: Datamonitor

HEALTHY AND FUNCTIONAL DAIRY SPECIAL EDITION 2015

Consumers want milk ‘with benefits tailored to them’: Datamonitor

By Mark ASTLEY

Dairies can recover market share lost to non-dairy alternatives, such as almond milk, by developing milk products tailored to the meet the nutritional needs of specific groups, says Datamonitor Consumer.

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