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GEA has installed a high performance spray dryer at Fonterra’s new milk powder plant in Lichfield, New Zealand.
The German minister for food and agriculture Christian Schmidt held a meeting with dairy organisations in the country to discuss continuing difficulties in the milk market.
The first litres of milk are flowing through Fonterra’s newest milk powder plant, as the world’s joint-largest dryer comes online in the South Waikato in New Zealand.
The first half of 2016 was at least quantitatively better in Germany than was expected at the beginning of the year.
China remains, in the drinking milk segment and cream (small packages of up to two litres) with more than 96,000 tons, the absolute leader in third country business for Germany, according to a report from the German Dairy Association MIV.
Prices on the spot market and for bulk butter and skimmed milk powder have been listed higher every week since mid-May, according to a recent analysis of the milk market by Erhard Richarts and Holger D. Thiele at the German Institute of Food Economics in Kiel (IFE).
A recovery filtration project underway at Fonterra’s Edgecumbe site will allow Fonterra to capture lactose that was previously unable to be extracted from the site’s waste stream by creatively applying existing filtration technology, the company says.
Arla has opened its new Dano milk powder packaging facility in Dakar, capital of Senegal.
Despite a short-term improvement, revenues of the German dairy Milchwerke Schwaben fell last year by 14% to €189.9 million.
Essentra is offering double-fold and block bottom paper sacks that can be tailored for a range of products from milk powder to bulk dry goods. These products hold between 10 and 25kgs of contents inside a 1-4 multi-layered sack.
Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited has announced a good performance in the first half of the current financial year, with normalised earnings of $665 (€596) million up 77% on the comparable period, and net profit of $409 (€366) million up 123%.
Global regulators look set to approve a global standard for whey permeate powders, which should bring new opportunities for the product. Suzanne Christiansen reports.
During the Berliner Milchforums 2016 in Berlin recently, deputy chairman of the German Dairy Industry Association (MIV) Hans Holtorf, frischli Milchwerke, evaluated the existing market situation as extremely difficult.
The decision by the European Commission to double the intervention ceilings on skimmed milk powder (SMP) and butter was welcomed by UK industry association Dairy UK.