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During the 5th IFCN Regional Workshop in Anand, India, 50 experts from various backgrounds along the dairy value chain met to discuss topics ranging from the global dairy crisis to ideas for future dairy development.
The results of the IFCN Dairy Report 2016 have indicated substantially decreased costs for dairy farmers in 2015.
Milk prices are finally increasing, after years of the doldrums, according to International Farm Comparison Network (IFCN) Monitoring, which notes the world milk price increased by 35% to a level of about US$30 or €27/100 kg milk since June 2016.
The news that UHT is set to grow by 12.8% by 2019, according to new research from Persistence Market Research, is good for dairy in general.
The global UHT Milk market was valued at US$60.8 billion in 2012 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.8% from 2013 to 2019, to reach an estimated value of $137.7 billion (€121.2bn) in 2019.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has carried out extensive studies on the topic of food losses in various districts of India between May and July 2016, which was made possible by the membership fees of the Save Food initiative.
Pyreos has announced joint development of milk analysis technologies for Indian Dairy Industry, Bosch India.
Vio marks Coca-Cola India’s entry into the value added dairy category. It is the first ready-to-drink flavoured milk product launched by the company in India.
Lots of news about India lately – Coca-Cola is introducing a milk-based drink, Vio, into major markets in the country, and the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority has developed systems for organic dairy farming.
Technavio’s latest report covers the present scenario and growth prospects of the global organic dairy products market between 2015 and 2019.
DuPont Nutrition & Health continues to inspire Indian ice cream manufacturers with the launch of Season 5 of The Great Indian Ice Cream Contest.
The UK Landworkers’ Alliance (LWA) is hosting small-scale dairy producers from the UK and India as part of the Oxford Real Farming Conference to discuss the current dairy crisis; the false solutions represented by free trade; and the answers that farmers’ unions are proposing.
The next place for Europe’s milk was the subject at the European Dairy Association’s World Dairy Forum in Edinburgh. Suzanne Christiansen reports.
Ornua’s opening of a plant in Nigeria for its Kerrygold packing facilities shows that a look at markets outside what we normally consider “emerging” can yield benefits.