DSM Animal Nutrition and Health, bettermoo(d), Sapphire Dairies

This week, we have interviews with Christie Chavis, vice president at DSM Animal Nutrition and Health; Sajid Shehzad Sufi, director sales & marketing at Sapphire Dairies; and Nima Bahrami, CEO and founder of bettermoo(d). We also have our weekly look at the global dairy markets with Charlie Hyland at StoneX. […]

This week, we have interviews with Christie Chavis, vice president at DSM Animal Nutrition and Health; Sajid Shehzad Sufi, director sales & marketing at Sapphire Dairies; and Nima Bahrami, CEO and founder of bettermoo(d).

We also have our weekly look at the global dairy markets with Charlie Hyland at StoneX.

New RTD latte from Sapphire Dairies

Sapphire Dairies Pvt. Ltd. provides consumers dairy products by managing the collection and packaging of milk from start to finish in Pakistan.

Caffètru, its newly launched RTD Latte, has a blend of Arabica and Robusta coffee with milk from its own farm.

“Caffètru offers coffee aficionados the authentic coffee experience made from the finest coffee blend,”​ said Hassan Sami, senior marketing manager at Sapphire Dairies.

Packaged in an Ecolean Air Aseptic 125 ml it offers ease of use and less packaging weight when consuming on the go.

Canadian company jumps into plant-based

bettermoo(d) is a plant-based, alternative dairy brand located in Vancouver, Canada.  

The company is set to launch its first product, Moodrink, which it said is formulated to match the flavor and texture profile of dairy products made from traditional cow’s milk.

The company also plans to introduce Moogurt (yogurt alternative) and Better (butter alternative) in the future, as well as other dairy alternatives including cheese, ice cream, sour cream, and crème fraiche.

The company said that following extensive research, it concluded what cows eat, and where they live greatly influences the taste of the milk. The proprietary formula is meant to emulate the creamy, rich dairy products from pasture-raised cows, and is infused with herbs, plant fats and vitamins.

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