Fonterra develops new milk powder quality test
Fonterra researchers have developed a flow cytometry test that can
be used to assess the quality of milk powder.
Yili expands milk powder production
China's biggest dairy group Yili will build a CNY208 million
(€20.7m) milk powder factory in northwest China, it revealed last
China returns US milk powder with excess nitrite
China has sent back more than 100 metric tons of American milk
powder after it was found to contain potentially dangerous levels
Added value to power EU dairy market, report
Commodity products like butter and skimmed milk powder are likely
to lose out to higher value products in Europe, as the Common
Agricultural Policy reform takes hold, predicts the European
Arla predicts profitable expansion into Algerian dairy market
Arla Foods' plan to sell full-cream milk powder in Algeria makes
perfect business sense to a company looking to expand into
lucrative new markets.
Arla invests to beat CAP squeeze
Arla Foods' new full-cream milk powder factory underlines how tight
margins are forcing companies to focus on delivering value-added
Arla streamlines milk powder facilities
The EU's CAP reforms continue to force changes on Europe's dairy
firms as Arla Foods announced it will close a Danish milk powder
plant that is no longer vital for production.
Arla seals China milk powder deal
Arla Foods' factory re-jig paid off this week as the group signed a
joint-venture deal with China's leading dairy firm to get its added
value milk powder products into one of the world's fastest emerging
Cost pressures force Arla staff cuts
Dairy group Arla Foods, under pressure from intense cost pressures,
will cut staff and production at a speciality milk powder plant in
Denmark to help salvage full-year profits.
Baby milk powder in China, new recalls?
Food safety for Chinese milk powders hits the headlines again as
authorities detect excessive iodine content in another Nestle baby
milk powder, according to Chinese news reports.
Industry livid over EU's milk refund cuts
British and Irish milk producers say the EU Commission has let them
down by irresponsibly chopping export refunds on both skimmed and
whole milk powder, reports Chris Mercer.
China pulls milk formula from supermarkets shelves
Nestle has launched an investigation into its milk products, after
a type of baby powder sold in Chinese supermarkets failed to meet
national standards over iodine content, reports Claire
Arla milk powder strategy to counteract EU reforms
Arla Foods is refocusing its production of skimmed milk powder in
an attempt to alleviate the effects of the EU milk reform.
Arla acts to counter milk powder price cuts
Reform of the European Union's milk policy will mean a drop in
prices for skimmed milk powder, prompting Danish dairy group Arla
to take action to counter the expected decrease.
Baby milk poisoning
Health authorities in southern China's Guizhou Province say they
have recalled a suspected batch of poisoned milk powder formula
after receiving a series of complaints that babies had been