Category: Dairies & Liquid Food

The “lactose-free” market demands progress from the dairy industry

“Lactose-free” market demands progress from the dairy industry

Allergies and intolerances to individual components of food products are currently on the rise. One of the most widespread food intolerances is lactose intolerance. Whether consumers actually suffer from food intolerance or allergies or are simply fans of lactose-free products makes little difference from a market perspective: These consumers will opt for such products because they believe them to be...

Resource efficiency as a strategy

Resource efficiency as a strategy

Resource efficiency – this is what the food and beverage industry will be striving toward in the years ahead. According to Statista, the German food industry consumes well over 320,000 terajoules (TJ) of energy during processing. The figure for losses related to processing and distributing products is 18 million tons. And that’s not all. To produce raw materials for the...

Industry 4.0: digitalization in the dairy industry

Industry 4.0: digitalization in the dairy industry

Within the food sector, the dairy industry plays a leading role when it comes to IT-based process management. Despite their complexity, the already extremely automated processes in this industry still don’t represent real “digitalization” – but the potential is there.

Outlook for 2018: What does the future hold for the dairy industry? And what kind of revenue will the most important product groups bring in?

Dairy industry: Exciting market speculations for 2018

The start of every year means people’s thoughts turn to the future of the economy. The dairy industry is no exception. What kind of revenue will the most important product groups bring in? And what lucrative opportunities will develop in milk processing? Dairy farmers around the world ask themselves these and many other questions each and every year.

The extensive needs and wishes of today’s consumers are reflected in the huge variety of dairy products that are available.

Themed Week Marketing: Dairies offering a wide range of products

The extensive needs and wishes of today’s consumers are reflected in the huge variety of dairy products that are available. Some segments are particularly successful: Lactose-free and lactose-reduced products, for example, are becoming increasingly popular. Not surprising, considering that around one in seven people in Germany suffers from lactose intolerance.

Milk processors such as the newly erected “glass” Beemster cheese dairy optimize air management to maintain a hygienic production environment

Themed Week Product Safety: Quality characteristic – Air

Milk crises and ongoing trade pressure have further restricted available budgets at dairies in recent years. Yet at the same time, product and food safety are the pillars of every dairy’s business. Safety cannot be compromised as a result of cost-cutting measures. The production area’s equipment and immediate surroundings are and will remain the key to producing flawless, high-quality products.