Dairy: Latest news and analysis articles
Compiled exclusively for just-food by IRI, the data shows the cost of a typical basket of goods in eight markets every quarter. The numbers...
A focus throughout Europe on offering high volumes of products on promotion is not making the average shopping basket any cheaper, and consu...
Price is becoming an ever more significant issue in the UK grocery sector. Squeezed consumers and pressured retailers are increasingly focus...
It hardly even seems to count as news: the German discounters continue to make strides in the UK. The trend has been in evidence for years n...
Canada-based dairy-free business Daiya Foods this summer appointed a new CEO. Director Terry Tierney - former chief marketing officer of Frontier Natural Brands and founder of Rocky Mountain Natural Foods - replaced Greg Blake, who set up Daiya in 2008. Dean Best spoke to Tierney to discuss the company's plans for further growth in a buoyant - but competitive - free-from sector in North America.
With stagnant sales in Europe, the Russian embargo and softer-than-normal demand in China, it has been a challenging year for dairy processors. Dean Best met Cees Ruijgrok, the head of FrieslandCampina's export business, at the SIAL trade show in Paris to take the temperature of the sector.
Arla Foods has announced it is restructuring its UK business, a move which sees 100 jobs put at risk.
Indian conglomerate Mahindra Group plans to enter the country's dairy sector with the acquisition of an unnamed dairy for up to INR5bn (US$80.8m).
Danone is reportedly weighing up whether to sell its 20% stake in Japanese group Yakult.
Strauss Group booked higher sales and operating profit during the third quarter after a challenging first half.
Coca-Cola Co. has said the dairy category can "rain money" as the company revealed its upcoming Fairlife Ultra-Filtered Milk will sell for twice the price of regular milk.
Indian dairy Milk Mantra has acquired local peer Westernland Dairy in a US$1.6m deal.
Dairy processors in Australia believe the agreement between Canberra and Beijing will make them more competitive in a key export market.
Australian mining billionaire Gina Rinehart is reportedly looking to tap into rising demand in China for premium infant formula.
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