IDF launches World Dairy Situation Report 2020
The International Dairy Federation’s latest overview of the dairy sector, covering markets worldwide, global trends and preliminary Covid-19 impacts has been released.
IDFA comments on ‘dislocation’ between US foodservice & retail during coronavirus
The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) has noted that shutdowns, lockdowns and quarantines as a result of Covid-19 are altering the way people eat in the US.
The US outlook for dairy
Dr. Marin Bozic at the University of Minnesota recently addressed the current US dairy situation during a webinar, hosted by the I-29 Moo University and Minnesota Milk.
Fonterra’s interim results up in an uncertain market
Fonterra Co-operative Group has announced its 2020 interim results, which show the co-operative’s financial performance has improved with increased underlying earnings and reduced debt.
The rise of the food explorer
Chloé des Courtis explains how hybrid ideas are affecting the dairy desserts market, ranging from sugar reduction to adventurous eating.
Rabobank predicts corona hangover
The outbreak of the coronavirus is a significant event that is weighing on market sentiment and the 2020 outlook, according to industry analyst Rabobank’s first dairy quarterly for 2020.
Danone reports on positive growth in 2019 figures
Danone has reported on its 2019 sales, which were €25.3 billion, up 2.6% on a reported and like-for-like basis, with a 4.1% increase in Q4 on a like-for-like basis.
The dairy industry responds to 2020’s top trends
The influence of Innova Market Insights Top Ten Trends for 2020 is clearly apparent in the dairy category, which is facing key challenges in remaining viable amid changing consumer tastes, particularly due to the ever-increasing interest in plant-based alternatives.
Emmi reports solid organic growth
Last year the Swiss dairy group Emmi generated net sales of CHF3,494 million (€3.3bn).
Doing it for the kids
The news that Unilever is changing its marketing plans towards children comes as no surprise.
Global milk supply growth has slowed YOY
Year-on-year milk supply growth across the Big 7 exporters for Q3 2018 has slowed down to estimates of 0.4% compared to the same period in 2017