April 9, 2016
Food intolerances are a major concern for today’s health and wellness consumer and this is driving the growth of lactose-free food, ie products made from animal (usually cow’s) milk from which the milk sugar lactose has been removed. However, the category is increasingly being outperformed by plant-based alternatives, such as nut and cereal milks. But […]
April 9, 2016
Name: American Dairy Products Institute Conference Date: 24 April 2016 Location: Chicago, IL Speaker: Emily Balsamo, Food and Nutrition Analyst, Euromonitor International Event Description: Don’t miss the conference that is known as “the place where the dairy industry does business!” The American Dairy Products Institute and American Butter Institute’s 2016 Annual Conference will be held […]
March 1, 2016
While Danone reported a 4% like-for-like rise in group revenues in 2015, this was largely driven by its waters and early life nutrition divisions. The group’s largest division, fresh dairy, saw more modest growth of less than 1%. Although its results were hindered partly by the fall in milk prices following the end of the […]
February 23, 2016
Global dairy prices decline, but Kiwi milk prices remain high Commodity prices, particularly dairy prices, have continued to fall globally. However, much to the disappointment of New Zealand consumers, the price of milk has not followed suit.
February 6, 2016
With the planned launch of the Vio brand in February 2016, Coca-Cola ventures into flavoured milk drinks, a rapidly growing category in India. It will be at least initially available in just two relatively classic flavours, Almond Delight and Kesar Treat, at a price of Rs25 per 200ml bottle (US$0.37), and is positioned as an […]
December 5, 2015
On 31 March 2015, after 31 years, EU milk quotas were no more. Limits on the volume of milk which each EU member state could produce disappeared, along with the associated fines for overproduction. Dairies have already begun ramping up output, with Germany, the Netherlands and Ireland among several countries fined in the first months […]
October 17, 2015
The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) is expected to take full control of China’s major multi-grain beverage company Xiamen Culiangwang Beverage Technology Co Ltd (Culiangwang) for an estimated value of US$400 million (including debt) by the end of 2015. This is TCCC’s first major China acquisition after its failed deal for Huiyuan juice in 2009; it is […]
December 1, 2014
Fairlife, dubbed “Milka-Cola” on twitter, is the latest addition in Coca-Cola’s attempt to invest in healthier drinks as consumers cut down on carbonates, which constitute over half of Coca-Cola’s sales. The milk drink is the epitome of on-trend: twice the protein and calcium compared to whole milk, half the sugar, lactose-free, sustainably produced and even […]

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