As Food Ingredients Europe 2023 took place in Frankfurt, Germany, DairyReporter caught up with Arla Foods Ingredients and FrieslandCampina Ingredients to see how each company is advancing protein innovation.
Announced on November 9 by the Department for Business and Trade, the Dairy Export Program has promised exporters a range of opportunities, including education sessions and trade missions. It also offers the UK government a chance to improve the communication...
After 10 years of investing in New Zealand dairy through a third-party processor, Olam Food Ingredients (ofi) has now set up its own dairy ingredients supply and manufacturing operations in the APAC country’s dairy heartland.
The New Zealand dairy co-operative has set its on-farm emissions target following lengthy discussions with farmers. Its approach mirrors that of other dairy giants, but is it optimal for tackling climate change?
Danish packaging and ingredient specialist Procudan tells DairyReporter how a close collaboration with academics and dairy companies led to the launch of what’s considered the first cheese wax made entirely from natural materials that also matches the...
An agreement with SaaS company Sustained has made it possible for animal protein-level environmental footprint data to be translated into product-level lifecycle assessments for consumer food products, such as milk, eggs, fish, and meat.
“When we started doing this, regenerative wasn’t even a word yet,” Tim Joseph told DairyReporter as he discussed the 135-farm dairy’s difficult early years, reaping the rewards of regenerative farming practices, and taking the US consumer along for the...
The CPG giant is sharing 12 reformulation patents with the wider ice cream manufacturing industry as it looks to lead the way in reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions from the last mile of the supply chain.
Asia Pacific consumers are increasingly demanding a combination of affordability, health and tastiness when making their food and beverage purchasing decisions, driving the rise of what is known as the ‘and’ consumer.
The Ornua-owned brand says taste and convenience remain top-of-the-mind for consumers as it lauds the ‘strong performance’ of its new flavored offerings and reveals that large-format butter sticks are coming soon.
Nestlé’s plans to close an infant formula manufacturing plant in response to China’s low fertility rate has sent shockwaves through the industry. What opportunities lie ahead for infant formula makers and how is regulation changing the market?
Producers and trade bodies have welcomed the introduction of a new bill that could vastly improve economic and infrastructure investment for the sector and kick-start new production data collection practices.
FrieslandCampina Ingredients, the diary company focused on nutrition solutions, has announced a significant expansion of its production capacity for whey protein isolate and milk fat globule membrane (MFGM).
DairyReporter chats with Emily Nytko-Lutz of intellectual property law firm Reddie & Grose to discuss the latest patent filings by non-dairy cheese companies and what product makers should focus on to elevate functionality and clean up product labels.
The largest supermarket chain in the US says the new processing plant will help bring needed capacity to the region and allow the retailer to better control the production process, from bottling to packaging.
DairyReporter recently visited the biennial tradeshow that took place in Cologne, Germany. Here, we bring you the first of a series of articles dedicated to the trends we spotted, starting with functional dairy.
The product's patented formulation overcomes the limitations of traditional beeswax-based waxes by incorporating other natural materials in the mix - and some of Europe's largest dairies have already tested the product.
From value for money to building relationships with consumers and communicating climate actions more authentically, market intelligence agency Mintel highlights five consumer trends that will be important to brands next year and beyond.
The packaging giant says its on-the-go carton bottle offers ‘all the convenience of a plastic bottle and the sustainability benefits of a carton pack’ – but can this concept fly in the minds of consumers?
The food technology start-up says it is able to provide food-grade samples of its fermentation-derived BLG as it looks to partner with food and beverage companies interested in leveraging non-animal dairy proteins.