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Articles by Sarah M. Kennedy
The star of the cultured category continues to be Greek yogurt, but other international-style yogurts are vying for attention. Plus, bold, exotic flavors, on-the-go products and a high-protein emphasis are showing up throughout the cultured dairy case.
Natural cheese is still the clear winner for cheese processors, while snacking occasions are on the rise. Plus, consumers’ interest in unique flavors helps fuel the artisan cheese movement and inspires other processors to create more bold combinations.
Dutch Farms is seeing dramatic growth in its exports; the company won a 2013 Illinois Export Award.
The owners of Lioni Latticini find success in the United States by producing the same authentic fresh mozzarella their family made in Italy for generations. New equipment and technology makes the cheesemaker more efficient.
Dollar and unit sales for refrigerated coffee and tea are rising. Research indicates year-round demand for cold, ready-to-drink coffee beverages, especially by Millennials.
Anuga, the world’s largest food fair, took place Oct. 5 to 9 in Cologne, Germany. The biennial show pulled together 10 food segments in one location. The segments included dairy, drinks, organic, chilled and fresh food and fine food.