"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.
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The Hippocratic Post website reports that Britain’s teenage girls are ditching dairy, according to a survey among 2,000 UK adults, including over 1,000 parents, which showed that almost 1 in 5 teenage girls aged 13-19 are drinking less milk than two years ago, and one in six have cut it out of their diets altogether.
Due to lower organic milk production in Switzerland being seen, the country’s organic butter storage is getting very low, so processors are thinking of importing organic milk.
Unilever has delivered its half year results, which showed strong performances.
The European Dairy Association has expressed its concerns regarding the management of the cheese Tariff-Rate Quotas which would jeopardise the spirit of the CETA and limit the access of EU cheeses to the Canadian market.
Development of sales at the German dairy group Hochwald was influenced in 2016 by general development on the world markets and in Germany.
I went to visit a cheese packing plant the other day, said to be the largest in Europe. When I said, “Oh, it’s not in Europe anymore,” my husband corrected me. “No matter what, the UK is part of Europe.
The Dairy Council has announced the launch of a month long roadshow in cities across the UK, which will showcase the latest research and insights on dairy, nutrition and health.
Having sold off its liquid milk assets and refocused on cheese and powders, Dairy Crest reported adjusted profit before tax up 5% to £60.6 million (€71m).
The first big European meeting of the dairy industry in 2017 was, on the face of it, a triumph of hope over adversity, as flags and banners around Brussels proclaimed the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty, which set Europe on the path to union.
Lakeland Dairies of Northern Ireland has reported increased profits for the year ending 31 December 2016.
Fonterra’s Australian business is in good shape and performing well, says Fonterra Australia managing director René Dedoncker.
The generally low milk product prices and the low prices of fats due to high EU intervention purchases in the first half of 2016 hit German dairy Omira hard, it says.
Arla Foods has released its group 2016 results and reveals a strong performance across its branded portfolio.
The a2 Milk Company has delivered a further step upward in performance in the first half of the 2017 financial year, with operating earnings and net profit at higher levels than those for the full 2016 financial year.
NZMP’s New Zealand origins, trusted name and reputation are paying dividends in the US market, as consumers increasingly turn to brands that offer high quality, safe and nutritious food from trusted sources.