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Sill enters second phase of infant milk plant

Launched in July 2018, Sill Entreprises' first infant milk production plant is progressing, according to the French company.


Loss of 80 jobs at Valio

Finnish dairy cooperative Valio has announced a reduction of 80 positions at the company.


Colombian company takes buffalo milk yogurt to US market

Yogurt made from a base of water buffalo milk as an alternative to cowâs milk is popular in some markets, such as Italy. Colombian company Annabella produces its cheese, yogurt and dessert products in small batches for distribution in the US.


From pantry basics to premium products: Grupo Lala on creating dairy products for all Mexicans

Through a diverse portfolio of products, ranging from commodity-style basics to premium products, Grupo Lala ensures it appeals to Mexico's diverse population. 'We want to be the number one leader in dairy R&D and product development,' says its head of operations.


Dairy Dialog podcast 25: Expo West

The 2019 Natural Products Expo West show brought together more than 86,000 attendees from 136 countries this month in Anaheim, CA. As the worldâs largest natural, organic and healthy products event, itâs tricky to cover the entire floor of more than 3,600 exhibiting companies.


Morrisons signs up to Arla UK farm standards program

UK retailer Morrisons has become the first company to commit to supporting the Arla Foodsâ farming standards programme Arla UK 360 across its entire Arla milk supply.


Fonterra issues financial results and announces potential divestments

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited has announced its 2019 interim results, which show the coop has returned a Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) of NZ$80m (US$55m), but normalised Earnings Before Interest and Tax (EBIT) are down 29% on the same period last year to NZ$323m (US$221m).


What’s new at ProFood Tech 2019?

ProFood Tech, which takes place March 26-28 at McCormick Place, Chicago, will deliver an array of best practices and innovative solutions in processing to food and beverage professionals.


PACCOR to extend next-generation lightweight bottle caps across IML portfolio

PACCOR plans to extend its next-generation dairy bottle caps, which weigh approximately 13% less than the previous design (1.3g instead of 1.5g) across its entire IML (In-Mould labelling) portfolio.


Peak Rock acquires Turkey Hill Dairy from Kroger

Peak Rock Capital has signed an agreement to acquire the Turkey Hill Dairy business from The Kroger Co., known for ice cream, refrigerated drinks and other dairy products. It marks Peak Rockâs eighth current investment in the food and beverage industry.

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