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Going vegan the smart and healthy way

Vegans must ensure they are getting adequate amounts of Omega-3s, calcium and iron in their plant-based diet.

4 reasons to stop dairy and drink plant-based milks

The advantages of consuming plant-based milk are many, and the choices of flavours are delicious and nutritious.

How to keep kids healthy on a vegetarian diet

Remember to feed your child a variety of foods and combine the foods correctly so they get a full spectrum of much-needed nutrients.

Dry weather undercuts NZ dairy giant Fonterra’s milk production

Australian milk production dropped 11% from January last year as sustained drought conditions led to higher input and farm costs

As large herds struggle, some Maasai try dairy cattle

Due to climate change taking its toll on traditional grazing lands, the Maasai are forced to adapt by raising dairy cattle.

Does raw milk help ease the symptoms of lactose intolerance?

Raw milk helps alleviate the symptoms of lactose intolerance due to the presence of an enzyme called lactase that reduces lactose sugar.

Global dairy prices rise for 6th time in a row, pointing...

The risks of a slow-down in the Chinese economy spilling over into lower household demand for dairy remain a vulnerability to ongoing price growth.

Lactalis buys Nestle Malaysia’s chilled dairy business in RM166 million deal

Lactalis was at the centre of an earlier health crisis when a salmonella outbreak at a Lactalis milk factory last year led to dozens of babies falling ill.

Global dairy prices fall for third time in a row, despite...

US-listed CRA International Inc is the trading manager for the twice-monthly Global Dairy Trade auction. A number of companies, including Dairy America and Murray.

Fonterra posts first ever loss

Fonterra is a collective that buys milk and dairy products from New Zealand farmers and then sells it on to foreign firms.

US agriculture chief says Nafta deal must end Canada’s milk protein...

Canada's closed, US$16 billion dairy market is among the last sticking points in talks between US and Canada.

Trump, Trudeau upbeat about prospects for NAFTA deal by Friday

Trump has warned he could proceed with a deal with Mexico alone and levy tariffs on Canada if it does not come on board - US lawmakers have said ratifying a bilateral deal would not be easy.

New report investigates which of the latest food trends can benefit...

A new US review has investigated some of the health benefits — and controversies — associated with some of the latest food trends, with the authors offering their advice on foods such as legumes, coffee, and alcohol.

Bega Cheese to buy Saputo dairy plant for US$184.5 mln

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission concerned Victorian farmers have little choice when selling their milk after Saputo acquired Murray Goulburn Co-operative.

Trump has a point on dairy, Canada’s biggest cheesemaker says

Canada should consider eliminating its Class 7 milk policy in order to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with the US, Saputo Inc. Chief Executive Officer Lino Saputo Jr. said.

Are you allergic to milk or simply lactose intolerant?

Lactose intolerance occurs when one's body is unable to produce lactase, the enzyme that helps digest the lactose present in milk.

Australian regulator clears Saputo’s US$1 billion takeover of Murray Goulburn

Farmers had expressed concerns about any short-term ACCC intervention in the transaction because they wanted certainty after "a bumpy ride with Murray Goulburn".

NZ dairy giant Fonterra posts loss on China writedown, CEO to...

Fonterra blames the downturn on a NZ$405 million writedown in the value of its stake in Chinese baby food firm Beingmate and costs arising from a 2013 contamination scare.

In the US, small organic milk producers face turmoil

Organic milk production has become far less lucrative in the US.

Thumbs up for plan to boost milk production

National Heart Institute chief dietician hopes to see adults switching from sweetened milk to the real stuff.

Fonterra invests another RM20m in Malaysian operations

The fresh investment, to boost blending capacity at two plants, shows confidence of the New Zealand group in Malaysian market.

A-G’s Report: Milk tankers, lab unutilised for three years

The A-G's report also reveals that the project, aimed at increasing Malaysia's milk sufficiency, will not be able to achieve its projected objective by year 2020.