2016-11-14 Product news
$260M in Programmes for dairy sector in Canada
Canada to invest $260m in dairy sector in anticipation of CETA
You can read the full article on Foodprocessing technology.com.
...The Canadian government will be investing in two new programmes, the Dairy Farm Investment Program (DFIP) and the Dairy Processing Investment Fund (DPIF)...
C$250m (approximately $186m) is allocated to DFIP over the next five years, which will provide targeted contributions to support Canadian dairy farmers by updating them with new farm technologies and systems to enhance productivity...
The Canadian Government will invest C$100m ($74,289) in the DPIF programme over the next four years, which will help dairy processors to modernise their operations and enhance their efficiency and productivity levels...
Full article on Foodprocessing technology.com.
At the heart of dairy
Optimizing every dairy process
Alfa Laval’s comprehensive range of innovative hygienic components are key building blocks in dairy processes. The processes highlighted on these pages are important to dairy applications.
Milk reception and storage: Demand uptime and efficiency. That means components with high reliability, easy serviceability, and both operational and energy efficiency.
Mixing and blending: Precise and uniform mixing and blending is essential in many applications, contributing to an effective process and a high-quality end product.
Pasteurization: Demands high levels of safety, hygiene, and process control.
Fermentation: Getting the most from raw materials is essential in production of cultured products and fresh and cured cheeses.
Separation and concentration: Reducing waste and emissions is an essential aspect of concentration processes.
Cleaning-in-Place: Quality in Cleaning-In-Place (CIP) is essential in the dairy industry.