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Ornua

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Ornua
Grattan House 2
Mount Street Lower, Dublin 2
Ireland

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The Irish Dairy Board produces a range of ingredients suiting a variety of manufacturing purposes including: milk powders, whey powders, milk proteins, butter products and cheese.

The IDB supply a range of milk powders with a variety of nutritional values and shelf lives to suit any manufacturer, including: butter milk powder 11.1%, butter milk powder 6%, fat filled butter milk powder, instant fat filled milk powder, instant skim milk powder, skim milk powder, spray dried full cream milk powder - 26% and spray dried full cream milk powder - 26% & 28% Instant.

They also specialize in a variety of whey powder varieties: demineralised whey powder, deproteinised whey powder, whey powder (acid casein), whey powder (cheese) and whey protein concentrate 35.

Milk proteins: acid casein, calcium caseinate, rennet casein, sodium caseinate.

Butter products: anhydrous milkfat - Butteroil, Irish creamery butter - salted sweet cream, Irish creamery butter - unsalted lactic, Irish creamery butter - unsalted sweet cream, whey butter – salted and whey butter – unsalted

Cheese: Blarney, Cagliata, Carlow, Cheddar, Cream Cheese, Dubliner Cheese and Emmental



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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Ornua opens new mozzarella and pizza cheese facility in Spain

05 Nov 2019 --- Ornua, Ireland’s largest exporter of Irish dairy products, has opened its new, €30 million (US$33 million), state-of-the-art cheese production facility located in... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

FAO urges food system transformation, food waste target failure ignites calls for mandatory reporting

25 Sep 2019 --- The food industry needs to do more to support healthy foods and to reduce food loss and waste throughout the farm-to-fork cycle, according to the UN Food and Agriculture... Read More

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FOOD INGREDIENTS NEWS

Weekly Roundup: Nespresso ramps up efforts against illicit coffee farming in Colombia and FAO renews treaty governing trade in hazardous pesticides

31 May 2019 --- This week, Nespresso, together with the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) and the Howard G. Buffett Foundation announced a pilot program to help revitalize coffee production... Read More

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BUSINESS NEWS

Ireland’s Ornua sees 14.8 percent rise in operating profits and growth in US market, as group gears up for Brexit

04 Apr 2019 --- Irish dairy cooperative Ornua Group, owner of the Kerrygold brand, has released its financial overview of 2018, attributing a “successful year” to a significant and... Read More

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BUSINESS NEWS

Weekly roundup: Brenntag expands North American R&D, Land O’Lakes develops on-farm digital platform

28 Sep 2018 --- In business news this week, Brenntag North America Inc. has announced the grand opening of a new Food & Nutrition Application & Development Center in Allentown, PA and Kraft... Read More




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New Research & Development With Clean Label Dairy Ingredients

The North American business, which includes sales in Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, represents around 8-10% of Ornua's total business. The company recently opened a $12m site in Wisconsin, which houses a new innovation center. The center aims to improve communication with customers, as well as improve development methods. 




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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Opinion Edge: Dairy Industry Trends: Expanding Dairy Applications

12 Nov 2019 --- Key suppliers share insights on trends in the dairy ingredients space. How can the dairy sector capitalize on the plant-based and natural trend?

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

Securing the Future Chain

14 Jun 2019 --- Key suppliers offer their thoughts on the demand for traceability & sustainability. What is driving the demand for clearer labels and what role can suppliers play?

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THE WORLD OF FOOD INGREDIENTS

How Irish Dairy Can Cope in Volatile Times

02 Jan 2018 --- Ornua’s CEO of Ingredients Europe, Bernard Condon, discusses the current outlook for the dairy market, rising butter prices, the cooperative’s contingency plans for Brexit and innovation.




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How Irish dairy can cope in a volatile market

The European dairy industry continues to be facing turbulent times despite the abolition of milk quotas in April 2015. The uncertainty concerning Brexit is only fanning the flames of confusion among the UK’s biggest dairy trading partners, most notably the Republic of Ireland. Ornua exports 60 percent of Irish Dairy products and the €1.75bn dairy cooperative has core markets in the US, UK & Germany and is strongly developing in Africa, China, the Middle East and Saudi Arabia. FoodIngredientsFirst spoke to Ornua’s CEO of Ingredients Europe, Bernard Condon. He began by asking Bernard about the current outlook for the dairy market, before discussing why butter prices have been taking such an upwardly march recently and the cooperative’s contingency plans for Brexit. 

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WEEKLY PODCAST: “The Biggest Pasta Maker in the World, Barilla, is Planning a $1.9bn Bid for Popular Cereal Brand Weetabix”

The biggest pasta maker in the world, Barilla, is planning a $1.9bn bid for one of the UK’s most popular cereal brands Weetabix. Weetabix, which is the UK’s second biggest cereal brand, has been courted by a number of suitors since its Chinese owner Bright Food put the brand up for sale last year. Barilla, a 140-year-old Italian family pasta business, is thought to be one of a number of bidders for Weetabix, which also includes the food brands Alpen and Weetos. Other companies mentioned are Unilever, DuPont and Lonza.

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WEEKLY PODCAST: DuPont Nutrition & Health Announce Investment to Expand Capacity in the US

DuPont Nutrition & Health has announced a significant investment to expand their probiotics production capacity in the US. The investment is the second phase of a broader probiotics expansion project due to the rapidly growing global demand for probiotics. The second phase which is scheduled to span over two-years, represents an investment of approximately $100 million, and increases the company’s probiotics production capacity by an additional 70 percent. Other companies mentioned are Kraft Heinz, Unilever and Ornua. 




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