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The recovery of the global dairy market means that the global dairy companies can now become focused on value strategies instead of volume strategies, according to Rabobank’s recently released survey of the top 20 global dairy companies.
The latest annual Rabobank survey highlights the global giants of the dairy industry, which have started to recover after two years of significant downturn.
Development of sales at the German dairy group Hochwald was influenced in 2016 by general development on the world markets and in Germany.
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).
Promising to make DMK future-proof, DMK CEO Ingo Müller says, “The DMK Group is moving on,” at a recent press conference in Bremen.
Frischpack in Germany has taken over Baackes & Heimes from Viersen.
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.
According to VEBU, more consumers are choosing plant food for various reasons. Alternatives to milk and dairy products have arrived in the middle of society and occupy a permanent place in the gastronomy and retail trade.
In Germany, the butter prices have, after an increase in May, seen sharp increases again at the beginning of June.
The outlook from the International Farm Comparison Network (IFCN) a year ago accurately predicted world milk prices would recover.
A year after the first milk summit in Germany, the federal minister of agriculture Christian Schmidt (pictured) invited the trade for a second milk summit.
German dairy Omira is considering a merger with the Lactalis Group.
Dairy products will fill the whole of hall 10 at Koelnmesse in October, as part of the Anuga food fair, billed as ‘ten fairs under one roof’.