CBC Group launches a range of non-animal dairy products for the mass market


Replacing traditional cow’s milk protein with Remilk’s identical non-animal milk protein allows CBC Group to manufacture a wide variety of real dairy products that are completely free of lactose, hormones and cholesterol, all without a single cow and with a fraction of the necessary resources and environmental impact compared to traditional dairy products.

“We are thrilled to partner with one of the most trusted and innovative dairy producers in Israelwith over 70 years of experience making delicious dairy products for generations of consumers,” said Aviv Wolff, CEO and co-founder of Remilk. “This is a significant affirmation of the quality, safety and versatility of Remilk’s protein. CBC Group is a frontrunner, playing a powerful role in helping to evolve the dairy industry for the betterment of people and the planet. We work with regulators and innovators around the world to make non-animal dairy products accessible to consumers around the world. »

Yoram Sagy, President of CBC Group, said: “Our partnership with Remilk is in perfect harmony with CBC Group’s values ​​of introducing cutting-edge innovations on the one hand and finding innovative solutions for today’s food and beverages on the other hand, as part of The Core, our new center promoting innovative R&D.”

The new product line will be made with non-animal milk protein from Remilk instead of cow’s milk protein. Remilk pioneered a yeast-based fermentation process that produces non-animal milk proteins for use in dairy products traditionally made with cow’s milk. Dairy products produced by precision fermentation require a fraction of the Earth’s resources and emit a fraction of the harmful greenhouse gas emissions of animal-based dairy products.

Remilk recently obtained self-affirmed GRAS status in accordance with the requirements of the United States Food and Drug Administration, paving the way for the sale of products made with Remilk non-animal dairy products in the United States. In April, the company announced plans to build the world’s largest precision fermentation system. installation in Denmark.

About the Radio-Canada Group

CBC Group (exclusive Israeli franchise of Coca-Cola, Carlsberg and more), is one of the largest food companies in Israel and owner of Tara Dairy, Israel’s leading private manufacturer of dairy products and one of the Israel’s major milk processing companies. Tara Dairy combines unique technology with strict quality assurance procedures to produce its wide range of dairy products, yoghurts, cheeses and dairy desserts. The company invests heavily in R&D and has one of the leading departments in its field.


Remilk is a world leader in the development of animal-free dairy products. The company was founded by CEO Aviv Wolffentrepreneur behind several business and social initiatives, and CTO Ori Cohavi, doctor in biochemistry, who has worked in R&D in various biotechnology companies. They founded Remilk, driven by a shared dedication to improving life on earth by learning from nature, while preserving it. Remilk produces dairy-like milk protein through precision fermentation and has developed a unique, patented approach to scalable manufacturing that requires a fraction of Earth’s resources compared to traditional dairy, while dramatically increasing efficiency of production and, for the first time in history, eliminates the need for dairy cows in industrial scale dairy production without compromising taste, functionality or nutritional values. Remilk is a real dairy, no cows.

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