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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.
Faced with unstoppable change, sometimes innovation and risk-taking is the only path that’s available.
The European Dairy Association (EDA) has welcomed the different initiatives that aim to simplify the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) at the European Commission’s conference, “The CAP: Have your say.”
I went to visit a cheese packing plant the other day, said to be the largest in Europe. When I said, “Oh, it’s not in Europe anymore,” my husband corrected me. “No matter what, the UK is part of Europe.
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).
The Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe, president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, and the president of the European Council, Donald Tusk have signed a political agreement, establishing the main elements of the EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
According to BBC News, Arla has warned that the UK could face a butter and cream shortage this Christmas.
Exports of cheese from Britain have increased in the first three months of the year with worldwide sales up 29% to almost £143 million.
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 news that the current resident of the US White House has decided to pull out of the Paris Agreement on climate change comes as no surprise to those of us who have seen the man’s work for decades in New York.
Häagen-Dazs launched a UK brand reset at an experiential event with Bompas & Parr. The five-pronged sensory event, entitled ‘My Extraordinary Life’, took place on 19 May at NoHo Studios in London.
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.
Arla has opened its new global innovation centre in Aarhus, Denmark. The centre will play a pivotal role in the company’s collaboration with customers and a key part in the pursuit of Arla’s UK Strategy 2020.