Murray Goulburn Co-operative will construct a $300m infant formula factory in regional Victoria to capitalise on export demand.
FSANZ has called for submissions on an application to permit the use of an agarose ion exchange resin to extract lactoferrin from milk.
Coperion and Coperion K-Tron have developed hygienic material handling equipment for the dairy industry.
An innovative milk chilling system has both saved the quality of a Waikato farmer's milk and reduced the power bill.
Tetra Pak has extended the application of its OneStep processing technology to milk production from powder.
Fleming Chillers has released the Fleming Dairy Chiller with an in-built heat recovery system by Industrial Frigo.
Tetra Pak has released a high-capacity ice-cream extrusion line.
A German cheese producer has cut its energy costs with the introduction of a centralised vacuum system from Busch.
Ampack's cup filling machine combines maximum productivity with a high level of flexibility for Norway's largest dairy producer, TINE SA.
The market for dairy permeate is forecast to boom once a global Codex standard is set, possibly as early as 2016.
A bacteriophage has showed strong antimicrobial activity against a type of foodborne bacterium that often kills infants after infecting them via infant formula.
For the dairy industry to grow and thrive, while remaining globally competitive, one of its biggest challenges will be to sustain a high quality focus, while delivering high-efficiency processes that minimise waste and downtime.
GEA was chosen as the main process contractor for a $200 million, 30,000 m2 infant formula manufacturing plant constructed in New Zealand by Chinese dairy processor Yashili.
Fonterra has officially opened its first manufacturing facility in Indonesia.
Fonterra Co-operative has announced it will axe more than 500 jobs as it reviews its entire operation in a bid to improve profitability against a backdrop of plummeting milk prices.