Dairy markets have reacted negatively to supply chain disruption and the fears of weaker demand due to the rapid spreading of COVID-19 outside China. The responses of China and other governments to contain the disease and limit the movement of people have impacted consumer spending in China, and severely disrupted milk flows, processing and land … Continue reading Global dairy commodity update March 2020
The Australian food and beverage industry is leading the way to make sure that Australian consumers will not run out of the essentials as the country heads into an unprecedented lockdown. Companies, such as Unilever’s Australian operation, are ramping up their production 24/7. “What we have learnt during this challenging period is that it is … Continue reading Food and Beverage leads the way as coronavirus bites
The fundamentals underpinning the global market outlook remain positive. While there has been a slight increase in milk output growth in major commodity exporters in late 2019, aggregate demand – in domestic and export markets – remained well ahead of the growth in milk supply. The tight balance in dairy markets will gradually ease into … Continue reading Global dairy commodity update
There has been a shift in consumer preferences towards various types of nutrient and protein-rich foods that also promise healthy substitutes to everyday consumable products. Cheddar cheese is a multipurpose food product that has been used in the food industry in numerous applications. The availability of cheddar cheese in the bakery sector and food product … Continue reading Consumer demand expected to boost cheddar cheese market
The fundamentals underpinning the global market outlook continue to gradually improve as global milk supply slows and demand remains strong. This should keep prices relatively stable in the short-term. As for the recent outlook, the separate drivers of fat and protein values in Europe and Oceania have different implications for each of the respective commodities. … Continue reading Global dairy commodity update
Cheese comes in all shapes, sizes and flavours. Whether it’s a creamy camembert, a blue cheese with extra bite, or a sharp parmesan, there’s a place for cheese in many dishes. One place cheese manufacturer Dairy Country doesn’t want its products to land is the in the trash. But, when cheese comes in packages as … Continue reading Keeping products fresh made easier
Increasing demand for fat replacer in convenience foods and beverages, as well as bakery products and potential health benefits of fat replacer, are the key growth factors defining the Fat Replacer market. Also, the increase in health awareness among urban population and changing lifestyle due to rapid urbanization are the key parameters which boost the … Continue reading Application of fat replacers in dairy products to create growth opportunities
Global milk supply growth is steadily declining as weather continues to be the major supply-side wildcard affecting the outlook for global dairy markets into first quarter of 2019. The full effect of any European feed shortages on milk output and product mix choices won’t be fully understood until early 2019. These prolonged dry conditions with … Continue reading Global dairy report
Bega Cheese is expanding its reach by buying a Western Australian facility for $250 million. The company is purchasing Saputo Dairy Australia’s Koroit facility, which currently processes about 300ML of dairy products per year. Bega expects the facility to generate about $20m at its current intake per year. Items produced include milk, retail butter and … Continue reading Bega Cheese buys Western Australian dairy facility for $250m
More than 20 South Australian dairy farm owners have agreed to supply milk to the Beston Global Food Company (BFC) as part of an agreement that will see the company purchase an additional 60 million litres annually. The deal marks an effort to underpin future cheese production at BFC’s Murray Bridge and Jervois facilities, calling … Continue reading Beston Food Company in talks with SA milk suppliers ahead of cheese expansion
Winners of the 2017 Dairy Industry Association of Australia’s (DIAA) Australian Dairy Product Competition will be announced at a dinner in Melbourne on 11 May 2017.
WCBF has won the award for best cheddar at the 2017 Dairy Industry Association of Australia’s Awards of Excellence held in Melbourne.
Innovator of dairy-free products, Angel Food has created New Zealand’s first-ever vegan cheddar, made with peas, sunflowers and corn.
The new Fonterra cheese factory in Stanhope is expected to produce 45,000 tonnes of cheese per year for domestic and export markets.
Milani House of Gelato’s Dark Chocolate Gelato has been awarded the 2017 Grand Champion Dairy Product award, the top prize at the Australian Grand Dairy Awards. The Queensland-based gelataria’s win was one of 20 awards handed out in this, the 18th year of the awards. Tasmania’s Heidi Farm took out the 2017 Grand Champion Cheese … Continue reading Qld gelato named Australia’s best dairy product
Most people are interested in how to slow the ageing process, or at least they get more interested as the years tick by.
Kraftkar, made by Norwegian producer Tingvollost, has scooped the coveted title of World Champion Cheese at the 29th annual World Cheese Awards
It’s no wonder people are confused about whether it’s good to eat cheese, when even food experts are divided.
Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory Company has announced a half year 2017 normalised net profit after tax of $12.0 million, following the loss of the previous corresponding period.
Australian cheese products flavoured with chocolate, fruits and nuts are aiming to win new customers in Asia.