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.
Chr Hansen says switching to its coagulant Chy-Max M means cheese producers can significantly cut carbon dioxide emissions.
British Retail Consortium (BRC) guidance on allergen labelling contains an endorsement from the Food Standards Agency (FSA), applauding the BRC for its "efforts to achieve greater consistency in allergen labelling...
Dairy and beverages giant Danone is targeting €200M (£172.7M) in savings in Europe by 2015 by “adapting its structures and costs” as the tough economic climate continues to bite.
Food packaging firm Discovery Foils has already attracted interest from potential buyers, despite 69 redundancies at the firm after it entered administration earlier this month.
Müller Wiseman Dairies has appointed Sean Whitfield as its new business unit director – cream, ahead of the autumn opening of Britain’s largest butter plant in Market Drayton, Shropshire.
The cold spring and problems in emerging markets are likely to put a chill on Unilever’s second-quarter and half-year results, predicts City analyst Investec.
Europe’s biggest own-label ice cream manufacturer R&R Ice Cream is to close its Leeds factory before the end of the year.
De-listed Morrisons supplier Richard Clothier, boss of Wyke Farms, is in a head-to-head battle with five other food and drink industry leaders to win Food Manufacture’s Personality of the Year...
Dairy Crest will make demineralised whey powder at its Davidstow creamery – a key component of baby food, which had significant market potential – it claimed in an interim management statement.
More than 80% of shoppers want food labels that tell them how meat and dairy products were produced, according to new research commissioned by an alliance of pressure groups.
Tetra Pak may be downplaying UK dairy processors’ potential for growth in the flavoured milk market, Andy Smith, UK and Ireland marketing manager at the firm, has claimed.
Cheesemaker Wyke Farms is aiming to be 100% self sufficient in green energy after ploughing £3M into a biogas and solar project.
Many of the luxury ice cream products on supermarket shelves are overpriced despite their soaring retail popularity, claims the boss of a family-owned ice cream firm that serves the foodservice...
Tesco has recruited Tom Hind, currently National Farmers Union (NFU) corporate affairs director, to the new role of group director of agriculture.
The government has at last published its hybrid front-of-pack (FoP) nutritional labelling scheme, to widespread applause from health campaigners, major retailers and some manufacturers - although not all - that...
Do new ways of assessing and scoring protein quality reflect the complexity of the debate? Paul Gander asks some of the experts
Ingredion's new functional native starch - Indulge 1720 - is a clean-label co-texturiser designed to enable dairy manufacturers to deliver thick and creamy - yet cost-effective - indulgent yogurt products.
Dairy Crest is consulting staff on plans to parcel out its milk delivery business in the north west of England to Creamline Dairies and Mortons Dairies in a deal worth £1.15M in cash....
Wyke Farms is combining history and modern marketing to sustain its rise, reports Gary Scattergood