Cheese

Concerns are growing over a no-deal Brexit's effect on the agriculture industry. Pic: ©Getty Images/Issaurinko

UK cheese exports could be hit with tariffs in no-deal Brexit

By Jim Cornall

Britain’s National Farmers’ Union (NFU) has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling for an urgent review of the government’s no-deal trade tariff policy that would come into effect if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

Dairy Dialog podcast 47: Somerdale International, BrainMilk and Vegware

Dairy Dialog podcast 47: Somerdale International, BrainMilk and Vegware

By Jim Cornall

This week’s podcast features three interviews, with Stephen Jones, managing director of Somerdale International, whose cheeses have made it in to Costco’s first store in China; Aarti Arora-McLean, brand communications lead at Scottish eco-friendly packaging...

“It is vital that consumers have transparency and awareness of the quality dairy products available to them.

‘Mozzarella’ protected for global cheese use

By Beth Newhart

The European Union’s effort to take sole ownership of common cheese terms based on origin has ended in an agreement, protecting the fate of ‘mozzarella’ around the world.

The proposed acquisition would combine processing plants of the second and third biggest buyers of raw milk in Tasmania.

ACCC expresses concerns over Saputo cheese business acquisition

By Jim Cornall

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said it has preliminary competition concerns about Canadian dairy company Saputo’s proposed acquisition of the Tasmanian-based cheese business of competitor Lion Dairy & Drinks.

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