Many energy drinks are burdened with ingredients consumers don’t recognize or can’t pronounce but they understand ‘dairy.’ The road to developing dairy-based energy beverages may one day lead to ‘energy cheese’ snacks.
With new products under development, dairy processors are lining up ingredients and suppliers. Here’s an exclusive look at how they buy and their sourcing strategies.
May 8, 2017
America’s dairy processors are planning to develop an average of seven new products in the next 12 months. While most say this is no different than in past years, 47% said this represents an increase, according to an exclusive new survey by Dairy Foods. (The median number of new products planned is five.)
Dairy brands looking to capitalize on consumers’ desire for nutritious, portion-packed milk can do so by investing in extended-shelf life technology.
April 13, 2017
We spoke with Jean-Pierre Berlan, sales director for Tetra Pak Processing U.S. and Canada, to learn more about extended-shelf life (ESL) technology. He talked about that as well as the market opportunity available by investing in ESL processing.