Researchers have discovered a processing method for skim milk powder that could provide food manufacturers with an alternative to emulsifiers and foaming agent additives.
A Global Industry Trends report on the anhydrous milk fat (butter oil) market indicates size, share, growth, opportunity and forecast from 2019 to 2024.
Starting next month, Coles will begin sourcing milk directly from farmers in Victoria and southern and central New South Wales for Coles Brand fresh white milk.
Global experts in udder health from 25 countries recently gathered in Copenhagen to discuss how to reduce mastitis in dairy cattle and improve milk production.
Food technology company Naturo has developed milk processing technology that it claims can produce 100% natural milk that is nutritionally superior and stays fresh for significantly longer than pasteurised and UHT milk.
High-fat dairy is in and low-fat is old news, according to Dustin Boughton of Maxum Foods, who highlights some of the latest dairy innovations emerging in 2019.
Using an updated dairy nutrition model, Cornell researchers found farmers can feed cows less protein, maintain a cow's milk-production output and reduce nitrogen in the manure.
A scientific study has developed a harmonised microbial method to detect and enumerate heat-resistant bacterial spores in milk powders.
New Zealand-based Synlait Milk will improve material flow and throughput from production to dispatch at its new liquid milk production facility using an automated order picking system.
Dairy plant operators could potentially save millions using a technology that has been developed to monitor dairy processing waste streams in real time.
AgriChemWhey is tackling dairy waste by building an industrial-scale biorefinery to valorise over 25,000 tonnes of excess WP and DLP per year.
GEA will build an infant formula plant in China for Junlebao Dairy, with commercial production expected to begin in 2020.
A process that minimises the typically exponential spore count increase during spray-dried milk processing has been patented.
The centre in Limerick will focus on scientific research to support innovations in the development of milk-based maternal and infant nutrition products for the global market.
Global milk supply growth is steadily declining as weather continues to be the major supply-side wildcard affecting the outlook for global dairy markets.