New Zealand's dairy sector has launched its 'Dairy Tomorrow' strategy, which is intended to lead to a longer term conversation about what New Zealand's future farm and food systems could look like.
GEA will take just three months to install and commission an extension to one of BMI's three cheese lines, increasing capacity to 2.5 tonnes/hour of pizza cheese.
Synlait will establish a research and development centre in Palmerston North, New Zealand, focusing on the development of new milk products, processing technology and packaging.
Imagine low-fat cream that's easier to whip, cold butter that's more spreadable and dairy cream powders that can be tailored for a range of products from milk to cheese to yoghurts. Fat globule size may be the key.
The demand for dairy products is increasing in Vietnam, and Vinamilk is capitalising on this by installing a liquid dairy plant with Tetra Pak's investment of US$110 million.
Cooperation between Australian and Chinese dairy researchers may lead to more export prospects for the Australin dairy industry.
Tetra Pak has launched its next-generation high-shear inline mixer, offering high ingredient-mixing performance. Featuring a design that produces fine, consistent and stable emulsions, the R370-1000D reduces the need for downstream homogenisation and delivers a better quality end product, according to the company.
The market for mixed milk drinks generates annual retail sales of around AU$150 billion annually on the global market, much the same as the international market for standard milk products, and is growing rapidly especially outside Europe.
Tetra Pak's In-line blender D helps dairy manufacturers improve consistency, ensure product quality and reduce costs.
The Click&Dry Spray Dry Series by Spray Nozzle Engineering has made cleaning and hygiene easier and safer.
Fonterra has recently completed a new one-litre UHT cream line, and begun construction on a second, to meet growing demand from consumers across Asia, the Middle East and the Caribbean.
Following a period of significant growth, the a2 Milk Company realised it needed to modernise its quality management system with software that would not only help to improve on its quality processes, but also be able to grow.
Tetra Pak has acquired Johnson Industries International, a manufacturer of equipment to produce mozzarella cheese.
A dairy in Germany has expanded its compressed air system by installing CompAir's Quantima compressor and is one of the first factories in Europe to benefit from the machine's innovative design features.
Tetra Pak has released an updated version of its Standardisation Unit with improved precision, to help dairy manufacturers produce their products with optimal fat content and achieve savings.