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Arla Foods has announced that it plans to sell its cheese production site in Sonthofen, Germany to German-based dairy company Allgäuer Hof-Milch GmbH.
Fonterra is a very large exporter in New Zealand, where the local market amounts amounts to around 4.7 million people and the local cows produce around 21.5 million metric tons of milk annually.
“Foreign trade for the Austrian dairy industry in 2017 showed a pleasing development. Particularly towards the end of the year, exports of Austrian dairy products could be significantly increased,” according to the president of the Association of Austrian milk processors (VÖM) Helmut Petschar.
“Significantly better milk prices over the last year were good for milk producers and dairies. However, 2017 was also characterised by rising milk volumes in Europe and around the world,” notes, Hans Holtorf, the CEO of frischli Milchwerke and deputy chairman of the German Dairy Industry Association (MIV).
Last week I was at Anuga FoodTec, a trade show in Germany, and saw three bottles for adding to drinks in the press centre first thing in the morning, before I embarked on my mad gallop around the various halls and stands.
Unilever has announced plans to source 100% cage-free eggs worldwide by 2025.
Markus Mühleisen will become Arla Foods’ new head of Germany as of 1 March. As managing director and group vice president Germany, he will be responsible for Arla Foods’ business in Germany and Austria.
Swiss dairy group Emmi improved group sales by 3.2% to CHF3.4 billion (€2.9bn) in 2017.
The Soil Association has released its Organic Market 2018, with results showing that dairy accounted for 28.7% of the UK’s total organic spend in 2016-2017, and saw an increase of 3.1% in value for that period.
Ingredients company DSM has published the first part of a new report in its Global Insight Series, focused on breakfast habits and behaviour in Europe and the US.
Arla Foods has announced that it will acquire Yeo Valley Dairies, a subsidiary of the Yeo Valley Group.
The German Dairy Industry Association (MIV) expects a decline in milk producer prices in Germany for the first quarter of 2018, but do not dare to give a forecast on the further development of producer prices beyond the first quarter.
At a press conference titled, Germany is blossoming, in Berlin, the Agricultural Dialogue Award was presented for the first time by the farmer initiative, We keep you fed.
Representatives from the German dairy industry met with the German Farmers Association (DBV), where DBV president Joachim Rukwied and DBV milk president Karsten Schmal were informed about the challenges facing the German dairy sector.