Dairy Drinks

Cafe Coffee Day has over half of India's specialist coffee shops

State of the industry

From chai to latte: India’s new coffee culture

By RJ Whitehead

Coffee culture in India is flourishing thanks to the efforts of a few specialist coffee chains and the instant coffee players, says a new report from Rabobank. 

Al Ain Dairy claims first UAE juice launch with stevia

Al Ain Dairy claims first UAE juice launch with stevia

By Ben Bouckley

The United Arab Emirates’ largest dairy and juice producer Al Ain Dairy tells BeverageDaily.com it is the first company in the region to introduce stevia into juices produced in the country.

SABIC: 'tough' new HDPE grade shows our dairy commitment

SABIC: 'tough' new HDPE grade shows our dairy commitment

By Ben Bouckley

Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) has launched a new blow-moulding grade of HDPE (high density polyethylene) to make bottles for milk, other dairy products and juices in ‘tough’ conditions.

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World organic food sales shine, but dairy in doldrums

By Ben Bouckley

The overall global market for organic food and drink is in good shape but dairy sales in the sector fell during the recession, due to high 2008 milk prices in particular, according to Euromonitor International.

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