Comax identifies milk tea as May “flavor of the month”
May 7, 2020
Comax Flavors is proud to showcase milk tea as its May “flavor of the month.” In Asia, this traditional drink involves a combination of bold black tea with sweet milk augmented by the texture of chewy tapioca pearls.
Dairy foods and beverages are facing challenges that include competition from plant-based dairy wannabes, global trade obstacles and more. But the odds are in dairy’s favor as processors home in on consumers’ evolving wants and needs.
Award includes $250,000 to bring kid’s nutritional drinks to market
November 8, 2019
The Milk Accelerator competition was designed to inspire innovation and investment in fluid milk products, packaging and capacity within California by connecting manufacturers, producers, investors, ideas and entrepreneurs for high quality, sustainable dairy beverages.
Growing Years is formulated to deliver the key nutrients to children ages 1 to 5
November 5, 2019
Every 8-ounce serving of Growing Years contains DHA Omega-3 to support brain health, choline to transport DHA in the body, prebiotics that feed good bacteria in little bellies and vitamin D and calcium for strong, growing bones.
Company completes $30 million expansion and new R&D facility
October 3, 2019
The expansion took 266 days and 57,220 man-hours to complete. With its completion, Idaho Milk Products will be able to process an additional 1 million pounds of milk per day, resulting in a faster turnaround to keep up with customer demands.
New milk product was developed in response to consumer demand for high-protein, low sugar options
August 29, 2019
The single serve, ultra-filtered, high-protein milk shake market has been growing rapidly in recent years, and until now the category has been dominated by fairlife® Core Power, which is sourced from conventional non-organic farms.
Flavored water, milk products and juices continue to make an appeal to children
August 9, 2019
“In recent years we’ve seen fruit juice and dairy companies counter attrition by advancing health positioning with organic, natural ingredient, and low sugar claims," said David Sprinkle, research director for Packaged Facts. While water marketers are finding ways to put both fun and flavor into a plain yet reputably healthy product without sacrificing what makes water the beverage many parents prefer for their children.”
Check out the May 2020 issue of Prepared Foods, featuring our cover story on sweetener blends and sugar reduction, the increasing reliance on natural gums and fibers, new fruit and vegetable offerings, and much more.