The global high protein yoghurt market is stipulated to surpass $98 billion by the end of 2030 according to a recent report from Future Market Insights for the period 2020 and 2030. Over the span of 10 years the demand would show a growth at a CAGR of over 8 per cent. According to the … Continue reading High-protein yoghurt market set to grow
Yoghurt brand, Yoplait, is the number one yoghurt brand in Australia, according to the latest IRI Scan weekly data for week ending 10 May 20201. According to IRI shopper panel data from the first quarter of 20202, 20.8 per cent of all households (or approximately 2.04 million households) opt for Yoplait (up by 1.8 pts … Continue reading Yoplait number one in yoghurt
Plant-based protein, foods for health and wellbeing, premium products and other emerging food trends could be worth $25 billion by 2030, new analysis by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO predicts. Economists in CSIRO’s strategic advisory arm, CSIRO Futures, have released an economic valuation of the full range of opportunities identified in the 2017 CSIRO Food … Continue reading Plant-based protein worth $25 billion by 2030
The vegan yoghurt market is expected to continue its bullish run, driven by a combination of macroeconomic and industry-specific factors. Gains have been driven by vegan yoghurt’s availability in a variety of flavours, and the ubiquitous health and wellness trend. These factors helped vegan yoghurt sales increase by over 30,000 metric tons in 2018 over … Continue reading World vegan yoghurt market to exceed $12 billion over next decade
The bestselling coconut yoghurt range in New Zealand produced by Raglan Coconut Yoghurt company has made its way across the ditch and landed in Australia.
Danone Murray Goulburn has launched Yopro, an Australian high protein yoghurt with 15g of protein, no added sugar, no artificial sweeteners and less than 0.5 per cent fat.
Monash University has launched a $3 million incubation facility as part of its Food Innovation Centre.
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
A new South Australian milk brand released over the weekend is sourced only from two local dairy farms and available only through locally owned retailers and food service outlets.
A leading yogurt producer in northern Greece relies on the accuracy, versatility and reliability of an Ishida IX-GA-65100 X-ray inspection system.
Prolactal inspires innovation with organic dairy foods.
Fonterra has announced it will sell its Australian yoghurt and dairy dessert business to Parmalat Australia.
A new study published by Nestle in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology has shown that heat-treated probiotics can act on cells to provide a balance for the immune system.
The expansion of Fonterra’s Eltham site has reached a key milestone, with the first individually wrapped slices of cheese now coming off its new production line destined for supermarket shelves around the globe.
Fonterra Farm Source has delivered millions in value to more than 9,000 Fonterra farmers since it was launched in Methven a year ago.
New Zealand’s oldest dairy brand, Anchor, has appealed to new markets in Ethiopia and Australia with its range of milk powders and Anchor creams for various market groups.
According to a Reuters report this morning, PepsiCo and Coca-Cola are in talks to invest in Chobani for as much $USD 3 billion for between 10 per cent and 20 per cent of the yogurt maker’s equity.
Fonterra Co-operative Group has announced a net profit after tax of $506 million for the financial year ended 31 July 2015 – up 183 per cent – after a stronger second half performance in difficult market conditions.
It’s nothing new that people are going nuts about coconuts and no-one knows that more than nudie, who were the first major brand to launch coconut water into Australia in 2010.
Fonterra farmers can now apply for Fonterra Co-operative Support, a loan to help them deal with the current challenging conditions.