What else? 164th Edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Europe European Union dairy farmers are urgently calling for policy reforms According to many involved in the European dairy industry, the sector needs to be transformed to ensure a future for sustainable agriculture. The European dairy sector is currently shrinking: over the past two decades, the number of farms has fallen from 15 million to [...]

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Europe Unfavorable weather conditions in the United Kingdom are negatively impacting the country’s sugar production Forecasts for sugar production in the United Kingdom for the 2022/2023 season have never been particularly optimistic, but have recently been revised further downward due to severe weather conditions. Farmers say that low temperatures have damaged some of the sugar [...]

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Europe Bulgaria is experiencing a significant increase in the prices of dairy products According to the country’s dairy industry representatives, spot milk prices have increased by up to 37% since August last year. The reasons for this rise are the increased production costs – packaging alone has become 100% more expensive – and the insufficient [...]

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Newsletters Dairy Industry News 31.01.2023

162nd Edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Rising production costs, inflation, energy supply disruptions, COVID-19 constraints, labor shortages, political unrest, and related declines in demand… How much can you hear about the same thing, right? Unfortunately, this is again the content of our newsletter because this is still exactly the current global economic situation. There is undoubtedly movement in the dairy market, [...]

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Europe French beet producers unhappy with the EU decision Following the heavy losses suffered by French farmers from plant diseases in 2020, the government has decided to exempt the use of neonicotinoid chemicals, which are considered harmful to bees, from a blanket ban. The plan was to extend the exemption for another year, but the [...]

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What else? 162nd Edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Europe Not very optimistic forecasts for dairy prices in Ukraine Ongoing hostilities, energy supply problems, dependence on the global market situation, and inflation in Ukraine led experts to predict that dairy products could become up to 25% more expensive in 2023 in Ukraine. Rising commodity and energy costs remain the main drivers of high prices. [...]

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Newsletters Dairy Industry News 23.01.2023

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Europe Unusually high temperatures in Europe in late December and early January have brought cereal crops out of their winter dormancy The situation raises concerns that the coming drop in temperatures could damage fields that were generally in good condition. Subsequently, harvests would be smaller or of poorer quality. It seems that some people were [...]

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Europe Agriculture in Cumbria (in fact, not only there) is undergoing a period of intense change Challenges for farmers include navigating the post-Brexit reality, galloping inflation and also environmental pressures. In these heated times, farmer-led cooperative First Milk has opened a multi-million pound investment in its Lake District Creamery in Aspatria. The goal of the [...]

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Newsletters Dairy Industry News 16.01.2023

26th Edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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A warm welcome to the year 2023! Your favorite Plant-Based Newsletter is back. The beginning of the year is usually a time for predictions and discussions about the future, so why don’t we think about it together? More and more people are giving up meat or reducing their meat consumption, so it’s almost certain that [...]

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Europe Good news for winter cereal crops in Europe Although recent days in many parts of Europe have been more “wintry” than in past years, analysts say this will not negatively impact the upcoming harvest. In France, the European Union’s largest cereal producer, sub-zero temperatures have not been low enough to pose a threat to [...]

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Europe Ynsect, a French manufacturer of insect-based ingredients, is expanding its operations in North America. Contracts have already been signed to build insect ingredient plants in the United States and Mexico. The company claims that the new investments will create the largest insect farm in the world. We know what you are wondering – whether [...]

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24th Edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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The end of 2022 does not bring the necessary relief. According to government data, the ongoing avian flu epidemic has killed 50.54 million birds in the United States, making it the largest animal disease disaster in the nation’s history. Poultry flock losses have driven egg and turkey prices to record levels, directly increasing the cost [...]

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Newsletters Plant-based Industry News 09.12.2022

23rd Edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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The emotions after the EuroTier event are slowly subsiding. You met a strong Foodcom representation at the show. Our representatives told us that there are many signs that more is about to happen in the feed market. Well, it’s an interesting time to wake up from hibernation, but it’s clear – the sooner the better, [...]

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