143rd Edition of Foodcom DAIRY Newsletter

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Rabobank has released its annual Global Dairy Top 20, featuring 2022 dairy sector leaders. Compared to last year's results, five companies have fallen back, six have risen in the lead, and the rest maintained their positions. At the top of the list are Lactalis, Nestlé, Danone, Dairy Farmers of America and Yili. Danone and Dairy Farmers of America swapped places compared to the 2021 results. [...]

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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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