Scotland’s dairy industry should focus on exports and reduce its reliance on UK sales in a bid to boost output by half to 1.6bn litres by 2025, recommends a new...
Dairy giant Arla Foods’ artisan cheese brand Unika, launched first in Denmark, is now ready for wider national and international distribution, according to premium foods manager John Gynther.
Somerset-based cheese manufacturer Godminster has appointed Peter Andrew as its new ceo.
Salt levels in butter, margarine, fats and spreads are “shockingly high and unnecessary”, warns the pressure group Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH).
Müller Dairy has acquired Nom Dairy, with its modern yogurt production facility in Telford, Shropshire in a bid to build its presence in the UK own-label yogurt market.
Identifying a growing demand for authentic mature Cheddar taste and aroma profiles led Synergy to develop a range of Cheddar flavour solutions that offer performance advantages over block cheese.
The European Commission (EC) is calling for tenders for a study on mandatory origin labelling of milk, milk used as an ingredient and unprocessed meat other than beef, pig, poultry,...
Up to 1,600 British dairy farmers could become co-owners of Arla Foods, under proposals revealed on Friday (August 30).
Small-scale farmers are joining forces to boost their bargaining power against the ‘unfair pricing policies’ of large dairy producers, according to the National Farmers Union (NFU).
Dairy giant Arla has doubled profits for the first half of its financial year, amid news the two mergers it undertook in 2012 were paying off.
TV chef Jamie Oliver has been slammed by the Child Poverty Action Group after his controversial remarks about the food and TV purchasing habits of low-income families.
Companies across Britain’s food industry have raised the scrutiny of their suppliers, as concerns about supply chain assurance and traceability have increased over recent years, it has emerged.
International Cheese Awards chairman Richard Paul has appealed for sense to prevail over milk pricing in the coming months, so the entire supply chain benefits from price rises.
Dairy Crest chief executive Mark Allen has netted £328,751, after selling shares in the firm to fund the purchase of a new family home following his recent divorce.
Much of the £2M Crediton is investing in production will help boost extended shelf-life (ESL) flavoured milk capacity following its management buy-out by Milk Link bosses Neil Kennedy and Tim...
Wall’s Ice Cream is aiming to scoop up colourful extra sales with the launch of the world’s first glow in the dark Cornetto.
Consumer confusion over long-life milk is prompting them to scrap significant amounts of fresh milk, according to research by processing and packaging specialist Tetra Pak.
The head of the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA) has branded the punishment of a gangmaster who illegally supplied up to 70 Filipino workers to dairy farmers “bitterly disappointing”.
First Milk has appointed former food and farming minister Sir Jim Paice as its new chairman.
Sales of milk and cream are defying the recession at BV Dairy, reports Gary Scattergood
Kavli UK “will continue to look for opportunities” to build its strength in added value dairy products, following the acquisition of goats’ milk product processor St Helen’s Farm.
Belton Cheese is targeting growth in Russia and other export markets, according to general manager Ian Luxton.
The head of food business at charity Compassion in World Farming has picked out Unilever and Noble Foods as two firms which have made great strides in improving animal welfare...
Arla plans to close its Ashby-de-la-Zouch dairy and distribution centre in April 2014, threatening up to 370 jobs, and shift volume to its new Buckinghamshire facility at Aylesbury.
Dairy UK has appointed Dr Judith Bryans as its new chief executive.