145th Edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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The winter is coming and both governments and businesses are fighting to be prepared for the worst. From the current perspective, it seems almost certain that European societies and enterprises will have to deal with both sky-rocketing energy prices and power outages. France urges citizens to carpool and reduce home heating, and private businesses to turn off lighted signs overnight. Major government investments are underway in many countries to ensure energy security in the coming months. Nonetheless, many experts fear that the situation could get out of hand one way or another. [...]

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144th Edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Experts suggest that the current crisis will permanently change the dairy market. It is very likely that the upcoming year will be the time of the fittest for many dairy businesses. The present situation in the global market is complex: some producers are going green, others are successfully expanding with the help of funds, while some businesses and consumers are deeply affected by soaring inflation. [...]

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138th edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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A recent survey, from Arla Foods, showed that milk production decreased by 3% among 541 farm owners due to a shortage of labor. This is currently one of the biggest problems facing many farmers. Many declare that they will leave the profession if the labor shortage continues. [...]

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137th edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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In Europe, high temperatures in June may have further affected cow welfare and accelerated the seasonal decline in milk production. In the case of Italy, a state of emergency has been declared due to the drought and efforts are underway to address the water crisis. Some experts fear that the water crisis will not bypass other European countries and thus the agricultural industry unscathed. [...]

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132nd edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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The uncertainties surrounding the international demand and affordability of dairy powders, such as SMP and WMP, are worrying European market participants. Both buyers and sellers have reached an impasse as neither is eager to commit to significant volumes of butter and cheese. [...]

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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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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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