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Along with the EU, camel milk products have been approved for export to the US and Canada.

UAE camel milk gets EU green light and looks to new markets

By Jim Cornall

The UAE Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MoCCAE) has announced the European Commission has approved the UAE’s Camel Milk Residue Monitoring Plan and continues to allow the export of UAE camel milk to the 27 EU countries for 2021.

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 new factory is now one of the largest Italian dairy factories in the UAE. Pic: Getty Images/acqua_tranquilla

Italian Dairy Products expands UAE cheese factory

By Jim Cornall

The Italian Dairy Products factory, headquartered at Sharjah Food Park, in the United Arab Emirates, has doubled the total size of its factory to 26,000 square-feet, with an eye on expansion in the UAE and Gulf markets.

Al Ain Farms was the first dairy to be established in the United Arab Emirates.

A tale of two desert dairies

By Richard Whitehead

Abu Dhabi’s Al Ain Farms and Dubai’s Al Rawabi have evolved differently over the last four decades to become regional majors.

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.

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