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The dairy industry has long been at the heart of the UK’s agricultural sector. Having encountered a sustained period of economic difficulty, dairy farmers and companies have had to embrace a new wave of ideas in order to maintain profitability. By Will Daynes

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Dedicated to the production of feta cheese, Roussas Dairy uses pure, pasteurised Greek sheep & goat milk to deliver traditional, high quality products to its global customer base

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Belgian dairy company Olympia has established a strong reputation inthe European market, and now looks further afield for its high quality products Since taking over a small dairy facility in 1946, the Van Impe family have transformed the Belgian company into a key player in the European dairy industry. Unable

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Skanemejerier 2011 1
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With the spotlight continuing to shine on the origin and make-up of food produce, Skånemejerier’s commitment to high-quality traceable dairy products keeps it out in front Skånemejerier is Sweden’s leading dairy company, with a 15 per cent market share, and the fourth largest in the Nordic region, supplying both the

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Milko Issue 3 2010 a
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With plans to improve production efficiency, Milko remains committed to offering consumers high-quality dairy products One of Sweden’s largest dairy companies, Milko is a co-operative dairy owned by approximately 800 farmers across Sweden, turning over approximately 270 million euros per annum. The company’s main business region is known as ‘Milkoland’

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Olympia Issue 1 2010 a
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After recently unveiling a new ice cream base, Olympia NV looks set to experience further success as a leading dairy company Based in Herfelingen, Belgium, Olympia is a leading provider of custom-made quality dairy products for industrial buyers, professional users and consumers. It offers a wide range of fresh, pasteurised

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David Todman highlights APV’s developments, visions and goals APV has been recently investing significantly in one of its major developments, Lean Creme – a new technology process to turn whey protein into fat substitute. Speaking to Food Chain from his office in Crawley, David Todman, APV’s global marketing director explains:

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