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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).
Recovery of milk prices globally is the good news contained in Rabobank’s most recent quarterly report on the dairy industry.
Global milk production levels continue to recover following the sharp contraction in late 2016, according to the Rabobank Global Dairy Quarterly Q2 2017.
The outlook from the International Farm Comparison Network (IFCN) a year ago accurately predicted world milk prices would recover.
Dr Mike Lewis of Reading University in the UK provides compelling arguments for dairy products.
A Cheshire dairy wants to become the first UK company to export ESL fresh milk to China.
Fonterra has announced an investment of almost $20 million (€12.6m) at its Te Rapa site to meet growing demand for cream cheese and mini-dish butter.
It’s been a powdery week in dairy, as Fonterra upgrades and reopens its dairy powder plant in Malaysia, and Mintel is predicting growth in the infant nutrition market in China.
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.
Ornua has published a review of its 2016 operational and financial performance. It delivered a strong trading performance in 2016 and turnover rose by 9%, on a like for like basis, to €1.75 billion.
The first big European meeting of the dairy industry in 2017 was, on the face of it, a triumph of hope over adversity, as flags and banners around Brussels proclaimed the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty, which set Europe on the path to union.
Stephen Jones, director and co-founder, Somerdale International
Fonterra has launched its first Anchor milk pop-up store at Super Brand Mall in Shanghai, bringing a slice of New Zealand to one of China’s busiest shopping complexes.