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Dairy UK has published the White Paper report for 2017 which details the opportunities and challenges that the industry is facing over issues such as Brexit and consumer confidence in dairy foods.
Commenting on Unilever’s decision to divest its margarine division, Pinar Hosafci, food analyst at Euromonitor International, says, “It is no secret that consumers have grown skeptical of health claims in spreads, and are returning to butter as they look for more natural and wholesome alternatives in their diets.
The dairy industry association of Lower Saxony (LVN) has drawn a comparison between wage developments and the price development of foodstuffs – with increasing wages, less money is being spent on food.
Butter prices in Austria are increasing, according to Georg Strasser, president at the Austrian Farmer’s Association.
Chocolate butter was very popular in Eastern Europe in the 1980s and 1990s and thanks to Grafschaft Hoya Dairy from Asendorf in Lower Saxony, the product is now experiencing a renaissance there.
According to the organisation’s sector chairman, British farm assurance scheme Red Tractor has never been more important to the UK dairy industry.
Lakeland Dairies has opened a new €40 million milk powder plant at its Bailieboro site in Cavan, Ireland.
In response to growing demand for nutritious dairy products in Sub-Saharan Africa, Arla is setting up a new sales and packaging facility in Accra, Ghana.
In the first months of this year, exports of butter from the EU fell by about a quarter, while exports halved in Australia.
Cheshire, UK cheesemaker FJ Need (Foods) has been acquired by Irish agri-food co-operative Ornua. The multi-million pound acquisition was facilitated by legal firm Jolliffe & Co LLP.
Royal FrieslandCampina has announced that as of 1 January 2018 it will be splitting its organisation into four global business groups: Consumer Dairy, Specialised Nutrition, Ingredients and Basic Dairy.
Germany’s Uckermärker Milch dairy, a subsidiary of the Swiss Hochdorf Group, will reposition itself.
Due to lower organic milk production in Switzerland being seen, the country’s organic butter storage is getting very low, so processors are thinking of importing organic milk.
Silvestre Tulumba Investimentos (STI) in Angola has chosen GEA for the building of a turnkey dairy powder packing plant.