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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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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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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You don’t have to be an economist to know the facts – Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Given the recent increases in butter prices at the European market, and the consequent narrowing price gap between Europe and New Zealand, it might seem that exporting from Oceania is a win-win choice. But is it? [...]

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Global Dairy Trade Event 301 – event results

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The Global Dairy Trade (GDT) price index resulted in a 4.1% increase in its latest event.   Key Results: – AMF index up 1.4%, average price US$6,800/MT – Butter index up 3.3%, average price US$6,359/MT – BMP index up 9.7%, average price US$4,009/MT – Ched index up 2.4%, average price US$5,684/MT – LAC index not available, average price US$1,567/MT – SMP [...]

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Global Dairy Trade Event 300 – event results

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Global Dairy Trade Event 300 concluded with the GDT Price Index up 4.6% Key Results – AMF index up 0.6%, average price US$6,720/MT – Butter index up 5.0%, average price US$6,158/MT – BMP not offered – Ched index up 1.1%, average price US$5,546/MT – LAC index not available, average price not available – SMP index [...]

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Summary of the week 2 (dairy)

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This is our summary of the week 2 on the European dairy market divided into 4 main categories.   Powders SMP is offered around 3.50 EUR/kg EXW EU and producers are complaining about the profitability of drying due to lack of sufficient raw material and increases in energy prices. Some producers are predicting further increases. [...]

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Global Dairy Trade Event 298 – results

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Global Dairy Trade Event 298 concluded with the GDT Price Index down 1.5%. The Event took place on December 21, 2021. Key Results: – AMF index up 0.9%, average price US$6,724/MT – Butter index up 1.0%, average price US$5,851/MT – BMP not offered – Ched index up 0.5%, average price US$5,241/MT – LAC index up [...]

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