DSM has launched two cheese culture ranges for cottage cheese applications. Delvo Cheese CC-300 and Delvo Cheese CC-200 have been developed for medium- and large-scale cheese producers.
Coles is noticing a resurgence of branded milk sales, with 8-10% growth in some branded product lines.
Fonterra has announced a further $30 million investment to expand its dry distribution centre at its Whareroa site in Taranaki.
Dairy processors can now test to verify the authenticity of claims that milk is organic.
Built around Arla Foods Ingredients’ Lacprodan portfolio of protein ingredients, Staging is an improved approach to infant formula designed to reflect the fact that the composition of breast milk changes significantly during lactation.
SaltLite consists of DVS starter and adjunct cultures and the fermentation-produced coagulant Chy-Max M to counteract the undesirable flavour, texture and bitterness issues resulting from reduced salt in cheese.
Murray Goulburn says a drive to improve efficiencies in the business has enabled it to provide its supplier-shareholders with a third step up in milk price for the season.
Arla Foods Ingredients’ range of Nutrilac proteins can help manufacturers to enter the Greek-style yoghurt category without investing in a new processing line, and with reduced levels of wastage.
Dairy prices are likely to increase further in 2013 due to tightening supply and steady demand, according to a recent Situation and Outlook report from Dairy Australia.
Not everyone likes fish, even though it is a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids. Now researchers have shown it is possible to incorporate fish oil into milk and dairy-based beverages in amounts sufficient to promote heart health without destroying the product’s taste or limiting its lifespan.
Murray Goulburn has announced a further increase in its farmgate milk price for the 2012/13 season. Managing director Gary Helou said the increase is due to increased milk supply to MG plants and lower operating costs.
In response to yesterday’s announcement that PURA milk will no longer have permeate added, Aussie Farmers Direct has said its milk products do not contain permeate - and never have.
Dairy company PURA has announced its milk will no longer contain permeate, a watery by-product of milk processing, as of 1 July 2012.
RMIT’s Professor John Hawley has secured a $520,000 grant from the Dairy Health and Nutrition Consortium to examine the role of dairy-rich products in weight loss.
Larger dairy operations tended to produce better quality milk than the state's small farms, according to a University of Wisconsin-Madison study.