The tradeshow showcases equipment for dairy and other food processing industries and features new interactive educational opportunities.
September 7, 2017
Process Expo, produced by the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA), is said to be the nation’s largest trade show that features technology and integrated solutions for all segments of the food and beverage industry.
In 2014, Murray’s Cheese in New York City had an idea for a clothbound Cheddar modeled on classic British versions. And this year, after two years of development, the company launched Murray’s Cavemaster Reserve Ezra – a bright, lemony flavored Cheddar named with a nod to Ezra Cornell, the university’s founder.
Making cheese predates recorded history, but artisan cheesemaking in the U.S. is a relatively new industry. According to a 2016 American Cheese Society (ACS) report, there are more than 900 artisan, farmstead and specialty cheesemakers operating in the United States. While a few artisan cheesemakers have been in business for over 100 years, the average has been making cheese for only 15 years.
The dairy industry had been working with FDA for nearly two decades to allow the use of ultrafiltered milk in cheeses such as Cheddar, mozzarella, Colby and brick.
September 4, 2017
The dairy industry received good news on the regulatory front in August. The Food and Drug Administration granted enforcement discretion for the use and labeling of ultrafiltered (UF) milk in all standardized cheeses and related cheese products covered by the federal standards of identity.
Neal Schuman and his three children have a nose for good cheeses. They are also adept at sniffing out opportunities with innovative flavors and packaging to appeal to millennials and baby boomers alike.
Neal Schuman is perhaps the most ardent defender of Parmesan cheese in the United States. Incensed that some cheesemakers were adulterating grated Parm with cellulose, Schuman organized the True Cheese campaign, warning consumers and retailers that all was not right in shelf-stable grated Parmesan products.
Wen’s Dairy has commissioned a new processing plant in the Pearl River delta.
August 31, 2017
China’s dairy market is getting more competitive. Consumers, however, prefer imported dairy products over domestic ones, due to the lack of confidence and price advantages, according to the analysts at CCM, data & business intelligence.