Mejeriingenjör Björn SigBjörn är död. Han avled den 15 november 75 år gammal.
Björn var en välkänd profil i mejerisverige och var under flera år styrelsemedlem i vår förening. Han deltog flitigt i våra arrangemang.
Björn hade en bred kunskap inom mejeriområdet och han var ofta en anlitad föredragshållare och han bidrog med välskrivna och intressanta artiklar i de numera nedlagda mejeritidskrifterna NMI och SDI.
Björn kommer att begravas i Sköns kyrka fredagen den 8 december klockan 10. Kontakta Anderssons Begravningsbyrå, 060-613448 för mer information.
The Dairy Sustainability Framework (DSF) has announced the launch of five further global indicators for public reporting of the industry’s progress under its 11 sustainability criteria.
Members of the DSF, representing over 31% of global milk production, endorse the 11 Criteria and then prioritize these based on their own region’s challenges, identified through a robust materiality analysis. Each Criteria has its own Strategic Intent – the dairy sector’s aspirational improvement goal – and sustainability target and timeline based initiatives are developed by the membership to work towards these goals at a regional, national and local level. Annual reporting of progress is a commitment of membership.
Super Leaders – a newly-defined digital community of early adopters and brand amplifiers – are now the most influential group in building, or eroding, brand preference, according to the Tetra Pak Index 2017. Companies that fail to engage with Super Leaders in the right way risk missing the opportunity to harness their influence and help them build their business.
Brands need to focus their online engagement on a new generation of influencers if they are to thrive in a connected, information-saturated world, according to the Tetra Pak 2017 Index. The company has identified a group of Super Leaders, the most influential subset of the wider online community. When engaged, these influencers can become brand advocates to spread messages, shape opinions and help build trust in products.
The report shows that third-party, user-generated content is becoming increasingly important, and is often more convincing than direct communications from brands. By engaging the Super Leaders, brands can concentrate their resources on a smaller group, while reaching a wider connected audience. As case studies in the report illustrate, many brands have already begun this approach.
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The Global Dairy Alternatives Market was worth USD 11.10 billion in 2016 and is estimated to be growing at a CAGR of 15.3%, to reach USD 22.62 billion by 2021, according to Data Marketing Forecast. The market is showcasing evident potential in the mentioned forecasting period.
The types of dairy alternatives available consists of almond milk , soy milk , rice milk , coconut milk and various other nut based milks such as cashew , hazelnut etc.
Dairy Alternatives comes with numerous health related benefits, including high energy levels as compared to normal dairy products which are expected to be the key factors, because of which, people are shifting from regular products or beverages to their alternatives.
The demand for dairy alternatives is driven by growing consumer liking for lactose-free food products including cheese, desserts, and snacks. Rising consumer focus on the nutritional values offered by the product such as low calories and high proteins and vitamins is likely to have a positive impact on the industry.
Moreover, the swing of consumer base towards vegan diet owing to certain aspects including animal rights and environment protection are anticipated to drive the demand for dairy alternatives over the forecast period.
Enligt en myt blir snäll av att äta pepparkakor. Hur myten uppkom är oklart. Pepparkakor var uppskattade i Norden, inte minst av kungligheter. Unionskungen Hans sägs ha ordinerats pepparkakor mot sitt dåliga humör av sin doktor. Det förekommer även andra teorier. En är att pottaska, som förr användes som hävningsmedel vid pepparkaksbak, även bidrog till att mildra magbesvär efter förtäring av julmat och att personerna därmed blev snällare.
Om du blir extra snäll eller inte av Falköpings goda och krämiga pepparkaksfil, kan väl vara osagt. Men en härlig måltid med en god fil är väl aldrig fel ändå.
Valio will launch its brand in the UK at Food Matters Live this year. It will unveil its Fresh Finnish Thinking through a portfolio of unique, on trend product, which will appear on supermarket shelves in 2018.
Following extensive testing of a range of products that have experienced success in other markets, Valio is planning a comprehensive marketing campaign for the introduction of Valio Gefilus® Kefir yoghurts, Valio Finnish spreadable butters and cheddar with ValSa®, and Valio Master Butter Makers butter.
Ross Crittenden, Valio’s Executive VP of New Markets said: “We are excited to bring Valio’s Fresh Finnish Thinking to the UK. Our 110-year heritage of craftsmanship and tradition delivers the authenticity and provenance UK consumers demand. Valio’s innovative, new products are inspired by nature and driven by “sisu”, the uniquely Finnish passionate, spirited and determined characteristic that determines the Valio way of doing things.”
Per capita consumption of fluid milk beverages decreased by close to 22% from 2000 to 2016. Through the same period, consumption of non-dairy plant-based milk alternatives has increased by triple digits. The decrease in dairy milk consumption can be interpreted as each consumer going from 10 glasses of milk each week to eight glasses per week, not much on an individual level but enormous when viewed in terms of the whole population on an annual basis. Even so, milk is still being consumed in over 90% of the households in the U.S, a report from Package Facts says.
Package Facts concludes that the reasons behind the decline in dairy milk consumption and the reasons for the rise in plant-based milks, such as health concerns, with a growing number of consumers coming to believe that plant-based foods are healthier than animal-based foods. Further, the report considers the growing consumer base that is motivated by animal welfare concerns, leading them to choose plant-based beverages, as well as other plant-based foods over animal-based products.
Vilhelmsdals gårdsmejeri har vunnit Lantliv mat&vins pris Årets Mathjälte 2017! Prisutdelningen var på Sthlm food&wine-mässan lördagen 11 november.
Christine och Lars Anderberg driver ett prisat gårdsmejeri, Vilhelmsdal mitt på natursköna Österlen.
– Det går åt 1 000 liter getmjölk till 100 kilo ost, resten blir vassle som blir till djurfoder åt köttdjur. Vi har 175 getter för tillfället som på sommaren ger 500 liter per dygn. Smaken på mjölken varierar med årstid inte med ålder på geten, säger Anderbergs.
Arla and the European Federation of Food Banks (FEBA) have signed an agreement to donate surplus products through the FEBA network partners in Europe.
The agreement formalises and builds on the partnerships already in place between Arla and local food bank FEBA members such as Fareshare in the UK, Fødevarebanken in Denmark and the Dutch food bank.
“Arla’s local partners are a great resource competent-wise and are often very active on a national level to influence policy making and communicating about the challenges. The new partnership strengthens our ability to benefit from the large network of food banks around Europe in case there are large surplus volumes to be redistributed, which is not possible for local food banks to absorb,” says Kristian Østerling Eriknauer, vice president of CSR in Arla.
In partnering with the FEBA, a non-profit network organisation which brings together 326 food banks in 23 countries throughout Europe, Arla intends to further increase its provision of food supplies to help support those in need. The move will also help Arla to achieve its goal to reduce food waste by halfby 2020.
The dairy industry is at the vanguard of commercialising research and development initiatives that will drive innovation, delegates at the International Dairy Federation (IDF) World Dairy Summit in Belfast were told.
In a session chaired by Dr Jeremy Hill, Chief Science and Technology Officer of Fonterra, experts in the field of research and development in the dairy sector provided insight into how scientific breakthroughs will drive innovation and help define the industry’s vision for the future.
Dr Margrethe Jonkman, Corporate Director of Research and Development at FrieslandCampina, said: “Innovation is fundamental to the ongoing success of our industry and ensuring that dairy remains relevant in the long term. The current focus on sustainability must continue if the sector is to reduce its environmental footprint. More than ever, it is vitally important that innovation adds value not only to the producer but also to the consumer.”