If you head over to the National Farmers’ Federation website, it gives you a run down: there are 8,594 dairy farms in Australia, a national dairy herd of 1.6 million cows, and more than 9 billion litres of whole milk being produced per year with the farm gate value of about $4 billion. While farmers, … Continue reading A story about dairy processing plants, fat balls and blocked sewers
For the second consecutive year, there are no new entrants to the Rabobank’s Dairy Top 20 list, but there’s been a slight shuffle in rankings. The world’s largest food and beverage company, Switzerland’s Nestlé, reigns supreme on the list, but the gap between number one and number two has narrowed. French Lactalis swapped places with … Continue reading Shift in rankings of companies listed in Rabobank Global Dairy Top 20
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
New launches of Kefir, a type of fermented milk drink that originated in the north Caucasus Mountains, are outpacing the launches of other drinking yogurts and fermented beverages, according to research. While kefir launch numbers are still limited globally, Innova Market Insights data indicate that they grew more than three-fold between 2011 and 2016. This … Continue reading Kefir fermented dairy drinks flourishing
A Pennsylvania milk company utilises vertical spray dryers to produce large quantities of milk powder. With sizes of up to 22 feet in diameter and up to 60 feet high, the facility’s spray dryers can produce a total upwards of 4,000kg of milk powder per hour. During the manufacturing process fluid milk is evaporated to … Continue reading Tank cleaning system does the job for dairy processor
The bite-sized cheese portions are ideal for breakfast on the go, school lunches, work lunches and snacking occasions.
Yummia has unveiled its newly improved product recipe for its Yoghurts, just in time for its move into the dairy section of Woolworths stores nationally, this month. Continuing its leading legacy in the FMCG industry, Yummia’s innovative Yoghurt is the first of its kind, with its unique combination of fruit and vegetables in a yoghurt. … Continue reading Yummia Yoghurts unveils new recipe
Over the past 10 years, the Australian dairy industry has performed something of a miracle considering the various circumstances it faced. Sam Murden asks if this is likely to continue.
Dairy alternative consumption is set to rapidly rise globally as Asian-Pacific consumers increasingly turn to products like rice milk, soy milk and almond milk.