Yoghurt Flying High – Swiss Milk Products

October 1, 2013 in Milk Products

Swiss Dairy products

are one of the most well known products that Switzerland is famous for throughout the world.

The Emmi Group located in the Canton of Lucerne of Switzerland produces 47 different sorts of dairy products, 21 varieties of swiss made cheese and 11 different sorts of ice cream. From coffee cream to sourcream, butter, milk drinks, yoghurt, curd and desserts, Emmi supplies its Swiss products to many major international airlines for their 1st and Business Class customers.

Emmi is the largest Swiss milk processor and one of the most innovative premium dairies in Europe. In Switzerland, Emmi focuses on the development, production and marketing of a full range of dairy and fresh products as well as the production, ageing and trading of primarily Swiss cheeses. Outside Switzerland, Emmi concentrates on brand concepts and specialities in European and North American markets.

Air carriers like Singapore Airlines, Swiss Air, Cathay Pacific and others have emphasized the importance to include high quality food products from appointed destinations for their flying passengers.

Yoghurt Made In Switzerland
Flying into Switzerland for example, passengers are treated to such Swiss Swiss milk products from Emmi like yoghurt and Swiss Cheese.

Famous Swiss Cheeses produced by Emmi include the following cheeses

Culinary aficionados  throughout the world know that Switzerland has been producing unique cheeses for centuries and are masters in what they make.

Famous Swiss cheeses are usually named after the region of Switzerland in where they are traditionally made. Sbrinz, Luzerner, Tilsiter, Appenzeller, Emmentaler, Gruyère are some of the better known ones which are exported worldwide.

Fondue and Raclette In Switzerland

Swiss Cheese Fondue

Cheese Fondue and Raclette are very tasty traditional meals originating in Switzerland and is traditionally made with a variety of cheeses mixed together.

To find out more about milk products made in Switzerland and the nutritional values and tips on eating for a healthier life visit Emmis Nutrition section on their website

Milking Fat – Melkfett

February 15, 2013 in Agriculture, Health

Milking Fat or Udder Balm

is a sterilized ointment on the basis of high-quality, highly purified mineral oil  and is used primarily because of its protective properties.

It is particularly indicated for the udder care for animals, but also suitable for human skin. Farmers who use it while milking use, it also true of her own skin and rub thus a hands to protect them from water and cold. It was therefore quite natural that over time, Udder Balm has been used not only for the low-maintenance and milking hygiene, but also in the field of cosmetic and dermatological skin care before its protective properties were discovered in the industry or as a lubricant for numerous industrial uses.

melkfett100%  Made In Switzerland

Developed for milking hygiene in cows

“Melkfett” was developed in 1882 by the Swiss chemist and pharmacist Adolphe Panchaud who was looking for an alternative to the non-sterile fats (lard, butter, and other ointments) that used previously by animal breeders in milking were. Based on a skillful blend of purified mineral worked out a formula for an aseptic, sterile, odorless and durable Udder Balm. This product will not only keep the tits supple, but also protects the udder of the animals by forming an oily film that prevents the formation of cracks, fissures and disease of the tits. Soon, the milk fat to be a success and established itself as simple and ingenious product that improves the daily lives of farmers, the milking hygiene and well-being of the animals while optimizing milk production.

Udder Balm, a sterilized ointment on the basis of high-quality, highly purified mineral oil is used primarily because of its protective properties.

It is particularly indicated for the udder care for animals, but also suitable for human skin. Farmers who use it while milking use, it also true of her own skin and rub thus a hands to protect them from water and cold. It was therefore quite natural that over time, Bag Balm has been used not only for the low-maintenance and milking hygiene, but also in the field of cosmetic and dermatological skin care before its protective properties were discovered in the industry or as a lubricant for numerous industrial uses.

Developed for milking hygiene in cows

Udder Balm, which in agriculture has a high degree of popularity was in 1882 developed by the Swiss chemist and pharmacist Adolphe Panchaud who was looking for an alternative to the non-sterile fats (lard, butter, and other ointments) that used previously by animal breeders in milking were. Based on a skillful blend of purified mineral worked out a formula for an aseptic, sterile, odorless and durable Bag Balm. This product will not only keep the teats supple, but also protects the udder of the animals by forming an oily film that prevents the formation of cracks, fissures and disease of the teats. Soon, the milk fat to be a success and established itself as simple and ingenious product that improves the daily lives of farmers, the milking hygiene and well-being of the animals while optimizing milk production.

Ideal for skin

Earlier agriculture was associated with heavy manual work, whether on the field or in the barn. Farmers who used Bag Balm for udder care and treatment of minor injuries their animals realized soon that it is useful for itself: it turned out that Bag Balm in chapped lips and hands, and very dry skin works wonders. It was discovered that help its soothing properties also reduce stretch marks and even psoriasis. It was therefore quite natural that Melkfett gradually also used in cosmetics (sun protection and care, massage, make-up removal, skin care) and dermatology (care of dry and very dry skin, burns, foot care, support medical treatments for diseases such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, bed sores …) was used. Also, it is appreciated by athletes (cycling, diving, skiing …), in all areas where the skin is stressed.

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Considerable technical uses

Even after the introduction of milking machines, farmers used it continues, not only to the constant obtained by the suction of the machine dried udder soft and healthy. The Melkfett not damaged the rubber parts of the milking machine, but ensures that the teat cups adhere better to the teat. It has been found that can be used as an excellent general purpose Melkfett lubricant with proper formulation can. It keeps the rubber seals on car doors elastic cables are drawn tubes plugged together easily and effortlessly. Opens up a broad scope because Melkfett optimal solutions for the leather care products (shoes, saddle, bridle, etc.), the preservation of wood and metal, the smearing of pipe joints, guides of roller doors and sliding windows, seals, etc. offers.