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Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
Arla Foods has warned that if the findings of an LSE report prove true, non-tariff barriers to trade and restricted access to labour after Brexit will leave British consumers facing a dairy dilemma.
Just days after announcing that it’s slashing the sugar content of its Dairy Milk bar, Cadbury has given Boost a boost – with the addition of 12g of protein.
A reduced sugar version of Cadbury Dairy Milk will go on sale next year.
Denmark-headquartered Arla Foods Ingredients has confirmed development of a single whey protein solution to address textural deterioration in protein bars.
The UK dairy industry is “increasingly strong, vibrant and ambitious” and can successfully deal with the unprecedented challenges and opportunities it now faces.
Arla Foods Germany is the first company to opt for the Signature Pack from SIG – an aseptic carton pack that is linked to plant-based renewable material.
Plant-based innovation is flourishing, thanks to continued consumer interest in health, sustainability and ethics.
The Arla Foods amba board of directors have appointed Heléne Gunnarson as vice chairman of Arla Foods amba.
Cargill has confirmed a €12 million investment to make key improvements to its Mouscron site in Belgium for a new liquid chocolate production facility.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dairy, headed by Scott Mann MP has launched a new inquiry to look at the future of dairy exports in the UK.
Laura Clews looks at the growing movement of cell-cultured meat and the ethical and moral issues, as well as the importance of technology and intellectual property, in this area.
According to figures from Public Health England (PHE), children in England have consumed more than a year’s worth of sugar in less than six months.
Starbucks has a new strategic licensing agreement with the farmer-owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods.