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R and R

fab! the story of R&R Ice Cream Subscription

06 Sep 2013 | By Vince Bamford

It started as a small business on a Yorkshire dairy farm and now, after many acquisitions, boasts 1,000 SKUs

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Consolidation

Dairy consolidation: for sale and wanted Subscription

06 Sep 2013 | By Chris Walkland

In the wake of the Müller-Wiseman and Arla-Milk Link deals, hunger to secure big milk fields is as strong as ever

Cheesey chicken

Toasted cheese is old hat as cooking with cheese comes of age Subscription

06 Sep 2013 | By Natalie Brown

From Tesco to Philadelphia, retailers and suppliers want to inspire Brits to use cheese in a wider range of hot dishes

Iced coffee

Can iced coffee RTDs keep their cool?’ Subscription

06 Sep 2013 | By Arabella Mileham

Growth of RTD coffee has slowed a little, so how can suppliers keep up its development along with flavoured milk?

Scary dairy products

Dragon Rouge gives dairy a scary makeover for Halloween

06 Sep 2013 | By Julia Glotz

How can the dairy category make more of occasions? Take a look at these Halloween-inspired dairy concepts from design consultants Dragon Rouge.

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Risky business: dairy’s food safety challenges Subscription

05 Sep 2013 | By Julia Glotz

What can the dairy industry learn from the meat industry, after this year’s horsemeat scandal?

Cheddar grater

Cheddar 2013: What’s in store? Subscription

04 Sep 2013 | By Richard Ford

Total Cheddar sales have grown over the past 12 months. But scratch the surface, and all is not quite what it seems. Read more in this web exclusive.

Discounter milk

Are pound shops milking it? Subscription

03 Sep 2013 | By James Halliwell

More and more non-food discounters are stocking fresh milk. What’s behind their attraction to the white stuff, and what does it mean for dairy?

Poll

Should grocers be ramping up their food-to-go offers?

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Family dinners

23 Apr 2014 | By Jon Yeomans

Are family dinners a thing of the past, or are fears about the decline of mealtimes overstated?

Tesco Sandhurst

Tesco pulled in two directions

17 Apr 2014 | By Ian Quinn

Tesco is torn between a price war and a store refresh programme. Can it possibly succeed at both?

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