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According to agricultural consultany Promar International, the UN Dairy Price Index (DPI) is at its highest level since 2014, having increased by a significant 48.2 points in the last 12 months and by 4.5 points during September to reach 224.2 points.
Clotted cream company Rodda’s has joined forces with Somerdale International, exporter of British cheese and dairy products, to target the Australian market.
Fonterra has opened a new cheese plant in Victoria, Australia to replace the company’s previous facility which was destroyed by a fire in 2014.
In the first months of this year, exports of butter from the EU fell by about a quarter, while exports halved in Australia.
The FY17 results for dairy company a2 Milk have been released for the period up to 30 June 2017.
Having a pasteurizer run longer than the usual eight hours can be beneficial, says Andrzej Holanowski, senior dairy technologist at Tetra Pak
Northern Ireland’s biggest dairy co-operative Dale Farm has won multiple awards at the recent International Cheese Awards.
The latest annual Rabobank survey highlights the global giants of the dairy industry, which have started to recover after two years of significant downturn.
China is currently the world’s biggest ice cream market, with sales estimated at 4.3 billion litres in 2016, followed by the US (2.7 billion litres) and Japan (756 million litres).
Global milk production levels continue to recover following the sharp contraction in late 2016, according to the Rabobank Global Dairy Quarterly Q2 2017.
Dr Mike Lewis of Reading University in the UK provides compelling arguments for dairy products.
China’s infant milk formula (IMF) market is poised for impressive growth in the next five years as a result of the new “two-child” policy, and new regulations issued by the CFDA.
Stephen Jones, director and co-founder, Somerdale International
Fonterra’s Australian business is in good shape and performing well, says Fonterra Australia managing director René Dedoncker.