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“Butter was the price breaker of the year and in a positive way,” says Eckhard Heuser, CEO of the German dairy industry association MIV (Milchindustrie-Verband).
Testing services provider TÜV SÜD has carried out a survey examining consumers’ knowledge of hay milk.
As part of a four-day trip organised by Alltech, dairy farmers are being provided with the opportunity to tour some of Europe’s leading dairy farms.
The UK Agricultural and Horticultural Board (AHDB) Dairy joined 12 companies at the Great Britain pavilion in the dairy hall, at the Anuga trade fair in Cologne, Germany last week (7-11 October).
Both branded UHT and Arla own label UHT white milk were first introduced in 2016 to the Chinese market in 1 litre Elopak Pure-Pak Sense Aseptic cartons with closure.
As part of the North Rhine-Westphalian school programme, the Milchentdecker-Tour (milk discovery tour) will visit North-Rhine Westphalian primary schools in October with a mobile kitchen.
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.
“The Market of Tomorrow – Who Makes the Rules?” This question was discussed by the 120 participants at the Forum Milch NRW, organized by the association of the dairy industry of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany.
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.
Deutsches Milchkontor (DMK) has had a second round table with representatives from politics, trade unions and farmers’ associations about a non-dairy use for its Bad Bibra, Germany site.
Figures for the first half of 2017 show that Swiss cheese export levels for 2016 could not be maintained with 31,879 tons of exported cheese, processed cheese and ready-made dough (-77.2 tons or -0.2%).
Germany’s biggest dairy group Deutsches Milchkontor (DMK) can now strengthen its market position in the Netherlands, as the cartel authorities in the Netherlands has allowed DOC Dairy Partners, a subsidiary of DMK, to take over Dutch business Uniekaas.
Through the sale of intervention stocks of skimmed milk powder (SMP), the EU Commission can financially support the European Aid Fund for the most deprived.
Germany’s Uckermärker Milch dairy, a subsidiary of the Swiss Hochdorf Group, will reposition itself.