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BRICs and beyond: Lactalis enters India

Put next to China, there has been far less investment in India's dairy sector, which is not as developed as in its BRIC counterpart. However...

Michelle Russell | 12 Jan 2011

The news this week that Dean Foods has sold its customer-brand yoghurt busines in the US comes as little surprise, given the turbulent year the country's largest dairy processor has just experienced - and its decision to re-shape its business.

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Dean Best | 26 Jan 2016

Coca-Cola Co. has made another foray into the Indian market for dairy drinks with the launch of flavoured milk brand Vio.

Hannah Abdulla | 22 Apr 2015

US dairy group HP Hood is to close its Heluva Good cheese packaging plant and country store in the state of New York.

Katy Askew | 10 Apr 2015

Schreiber Foods is expanding its European presence with the acquisition of three production plants from French dairy firm Senoble International.

Dean Best | 10 Apr 2015

US ice cream maker Blue Bell Creameries this week expanded its product recall as it reacts to a listeria outbreak linked to three deaths. In Europe, Dutch horsemeat trader Willy Selten was sentenced to a jail term. And China has filed a dispute at the WTO over the EU's tariffs on poultry products.

Hannah Abdulla | 13 Jan 2015

US dairy processor Schreiber Foods has started talks with Senoble International over the acquisition of the French group's subsidiaries in Spain and central Europe.

Michelle Russell | 13 Sep 2013

The Bulgarian unit of French dairy giant Danone has transferred the ownership of its production to its US "partner" Schreiber Foods.

Dean Best | 28 Jun 2011

The two major pieces of consolidation in Europe's dairy sector over the last 12 months have driven the main moves in Rabobank's annual survey of the world's largest 20 companies in the sector. | 14 Jan 2011

Rising commodity prices: should we be concerned? That is a key question facing the food industry. Again this week there was much comment on the issue and the possible impact on the sector. Sainsbury's boss Justin King, for instance, warned suppliers they would have to work hard to justify price increases. Meanwhile, the UK retailer, widely seen to have outperformed its rivals over Christmas, issued its festive numbers this week, alongside the likes of Tesco, M&S and Morrisons. | 10 Jan 2011

US dairy Schreiber Foods has entered into an agreement to buy the customer-brand yoghurt business of Dean Foods, the country's largest dairy processor. | 10 Jan 2011

Appaloosa, founded by the billionaire investor David Tepper, has purchased a 7.35% stake in US dairy processor Dean Foods.

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