Global wheat production is in danger | 10th edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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A dry spring, followed by a wet summer caused some major problems with crops, as farmers brought up issues with mold occurring in harvests. This goes for wheat and corn along with other plants, making it an issue to be able to sell large quantities of these products. Find out what happened in the market this week! [...]

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Is the demand for dairy products likely to increase? | 130th edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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According to the latest GDT auction results, milk prices have risen significantly over the past six months, but they have moderately softened in recent weeks. Here is the latest analysis and insight to guide you through the market movements and give you an overview of what we can expect in the coming weeks. [...]

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Questions about the stability of the additive market | 8th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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Here is some news from the additives market! This week we will talk about some noticeable patterns that have been appearing when it comes to the issue of additives prices. Complications with gas supplies from Russia are likely to impact European chemical and feed ingredient production, resulting in high prices of products. In China, the [...]

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Increased costs in milk production | 129th edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Rising production costs could put the dairy sector in Western Europe in serious trouble. The Farmers' Association in Germany claims that the price of milk per kilogram has reached 44 cents and "this is not enough", considering that the total cost of production is much higher and will increase even more in the coming months. Read more to find out more! [...]

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9th edition of Foodcom’s PLANT BASED Newsletter

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Ongoing situation on the European market is still highly connected to war operations in Ukraine. The invasion was soon followed by export bans which incite trouble in supply chains. Food import dependencies are clearly visible as countries that have restricted exports of grain register a lot of difficulties such as commodity speculation. Want to know more? [...]

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6th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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China accounts for a significant percentage of additive exports, and given that parts of the country are closed due to lockdown, the outlook does not seem very optimistic. With us, you’ll never miss a thing. [...]

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5th edition of Foodcom ADDITIVES Newsletter

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The recent COVID-19 outbreak in China has caused a number of manufacturing and logistical problems, which is a concern for the amino acid and vitamin industry. Are you curious about what else happened in the past week? With us, you’ll never miss a thing. [...]

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Will supply chain disruptions affect the price of powders? – Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Producers believe that supply chain disruptions in Russia and Ukraine will impact the price of powders through increased packaging, energy and utility costs throughout the production process. Check out more! [...]

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Prices remain at historically high levels – Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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What should you stock up on now for Q3 and Q4? In our newsletter you will find out how market trends are changing and what to expect in the near future when it comes to the Dairy segment. Trust the knowledge and experience of our specialists.  [...]

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