Russia’s ban may have global implications beyond Europe, Carmen Paun reports The ban imposed by Russia at the beginning of August on dairy products from the European Union (EU), US, Canada, Norway and Australia will cause disturbances on the European and world markets, the European Dairy Association (EDA) warned the European Commission on 13 August. […]Read more
Packaging giant Tetra Pak is predicting a 36% increase in dairy consumption over the next decade, with demand being driven by emerging markets, according to its Dairy Index, now in its seventh year.
GEA Process Engineering has been awarded the contract for Fonterra’s next milk powder plant in New Zealand.
International and regional dairy markets are headed for 12 months of low prices, according to Rabobank’s latest Dairy Quarterly report.
Turkish dairy producers aim to begin exporting milk products to Russia by next month, according to Milk Producers and Exporters Union (ASÜD) president Harun Çallı, speaking at a press conference.
The Arla Foods amba on-account price has reduced by €0.02 per kg with effect from 29 September 2014. The next quarter’s currency exchange rate takes effect and this will result in a £0.03ppl reduction in the UK price.