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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.
A healthy diet is important for people, according to 92% of respondents in a nutrition survey by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture.
Arla Foods has announced that it will be closing its Brabrand Dairy in Aarhus, Denmark due to an increasing demand for yogurt products from European consumers and a lack of expansion options.
Arla Foods and German dairy company DMK Group have signed a third-party manufacturing contract that will see DMK produce 35,000 tons of mozzarella cheese for Arla per year at its Nordhackstedt site in northern Germany.
In Germany the succession plan at Meggle has taken effect.
Arla Foods is currently examining various strategic options for its business in the Allgäu region in Germany.
DSM won the Reduction & Reformulation Innovation Award for its Delvo Cheese CT-Light cultures at the recent Food Ingredients Europe 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany.
According to a recent online survey by the Social Survey Centre of the China Youth Daily, nine years after the melamine scandal, 50% of the interviewees see improvement in the quality of Chinese milk and 75% are confident in the future production.
GEA has recently been selected to supply an extended pasta filata cheese production line for BMI in Jessen, Germany.
Anuga FoodTec, international supplier fair for the food and beverage industry, is opening its doors from 20 to 23 March 2018.
“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.