As we move into a new decade we look at some of the worldwide dairy market indicators. Can the period of stability remain or will we see greater price fluctuation?
A cheeseboard after a meal is a delicious way to finish a meal and it is also very good for your teeth. It is a great alternative to carbs and also acts preventatively against cavities. So why is cheese so great for your teeth?
Researchers at Kobe University in Japan have discovered that that LH dipeptide, a constituent of blue cheese may be beneficial for mental health.
2019 has been an eventful year at Ingredient Solutions Ltd and it was great to celebrate it at our Christmas party. We are looking forward to further success in 2020.
With Christmas fast approaching the risk of hangovers is increasing so you’ll be delighted to learn that new research has pointed to a natural effective cure.
Cheese Tea, or naigai cha, has taken Asia by storm and we wonder could it become the next big thing in European cafés?
Bord Bia, the Irish Food Board, conducted conducted extensive consumer research in cheddar cheese buying habits. This is a summary of the findings.
Activity has been relatively quiet regarding dairy pricing throughout the summer months with butter the only commodity to show major movement.
Research carried out in the University of Pennsylvania indicated that damage caused by salt may be offset by a diet which contains cheese
Mukbang is a new viral trend in social media and involves people shooting and posting videos of themselves eating.
There have been a couple of articles ranking the healthiness of different cheeses over the past week this is a summary of them.
It’s national burger day in the UK so we had a look at some cheesy burger research and, as we thought, cheese is consistently the favourite burger topping.