Dairy processors have been blaming their private-label milk contracts with supermarkets for the low milk prices offered to farmers, but the ACCC has said this is misleading.
Fonterra's third mozzarella line at Clandeboye enables it to make enough cheese for over half a billion pizzas a year.
Arla Foods has revealed it plans to build a €36.3 million innovation centre in Denmark to develop new ways of using milk and whey.
Fonterra's new cream cheese plant in Darfield is set to produce up to 24,000 metric tonnes of cream cheese annually for the Chinese market.
The GEA BUE 6000 has a capacity of up to 6000 kg/h of butter, which will help Indian dairy producer Creamy Foods produce milk fat products and ghee.
Fonterra Edgecumbe is commissioning a new butter line in response to global demand for butter.
A new way to give cheddar the right colour ditches waste.
The increasing demand for milk products has led to Freedom Foods Group launching its Australia's Own Dairy range, which includes A2 protein milk.
A PhD candidate at Deakin University has found a way to preserve milk for more than six weeks while also increasing its nutritional value.
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.