Dairy is debating whether ultrafiltered (UF) milk should be used in certain cheese and cheese-related products, and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is allowing an extension of 120 days for public comments on the matter.
A multi-million dollar investment into its plant-based business was realized recently when Danone North America opened a new building at its DuBois, Penn., facilities. It will add more than 60 new jobs.
A new processing sequence that prevents high spore counts in milk powder production has been patented in the US. Caloris develop a unique cleaning method that will help reduce the risk of bacterial contamination during manufacturing.
The Contura S400 made its North American debut at Pack Expo International in Chicago last week. It’s the latest in leak detection technology from Switzerland-based INFICON, a leader in processing and manufacturing for food, beverage, automotive and appliance...
St. Johns, Michigan, has been selected as the site of a new large-scale cheese and whey facility, Glanbia Nutritionals, Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) and Select Milk Producers Inc. (Select) said in a joint announcement.
Homogenization is used to increase the shelf life of milk, reduce the use of stabilizers and other emulsifiers in low fat products such as low-fat mayonnaise, and give structure to products such as yogurt.
Nuchev Pty Ltd (Nuchev) has announced a strategic partnership with CNCA-certified blending and canning manufacturer Nature One Dairy Pty Ltd to manufacture Nuchev’s Oli6 infant formula in countries including Australia and China.
Arla Foods Ingredients (AFI) has waded into the current debate on the environmental impact of Greek yogurt by-product ‘acid whey’ by claiming that the issue “highlights the inefficiency” of traditional manufacturing methods.
Fonterra and Dutch premium cheese manufacturer A-ware Foods Group have signed an agreement that will see them establish separate, but “mutually-beneficial” cheese and dairy ingredient plants in the Netherlands.
SMEs are not bound by corporate structure and are therefore flexible to respond to market changes quickly and innovate accordingly with many eyeing the premium, niche segment, according to industry expert.
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has changed the game for US packaging machinery manufacturers by obliging them to rethink their design strategies, PMMI’s Jim Pittas told FoodProductionDaily.com from Anuga FoodTec.
A design breakthrough on a new high pressure processing (HPP) machine has resulted in a more compact, affordable and easy-to-install system for small and medium-sized producers, said manufacturer NC Hyperbaric.
Switzerland-based machinery manufacturer Buhler has developed a new
cold stamping process to help chocolatiers increase production
times, efficiency and flexibility without compromising on chocolate