Pembrokeshire Creamery Unveils Inaugural Milk Price on St David's Day
In a strategic move coinciding with St David's Day, Pembrokeshire Creamery, poised to commence operations this spring, has introduced its maiden milk pricing. Utilizing the widely recognized Liquid Standard Litre metric, the company has disclosed a competitive April milk price of 38.5 pence per litre.
Kerr's Dairy Grows Customer Base by 5,000 through Strategic Deals with Milk Delivery Rivals
Dundee-based Kerr's Dairy, with a rich heritage spanning over 120 years, has successfully expanded its customer base by 5,000 through strategic agreements with competitors in the milk delivery sector, thecourier.co.uk writes.
European Union (EU) 01.03.2024
Arla: Farmer Owners to Receive 270 Million Euros in Supplementary Payment
In a significant move, Arla's Board of Representatives has approved a substantial supplementary payment of 2.07 EUR-cent per kilogram of milk for the year 2023. The decision, ratified with 163 yes votes against 13 no votes during yesterday's Board meeting, allocates a total of 270 million euros from the company's annual net profit to the farmer owners.
China’s Dairy Imports Down in 2023: What’s the Outlook For 2024?
China is an important buyer on the world dairy markets, with a strong influence on global demand that plays into price dynamics. Imports of dairy products to China continued to decline in 2023, driven by increased domestic production and weaker consumer demand.
Fonterra's Global Dairy Update: Australian Milk Collections Rise, New Zealand Experiences Production Dip
In the latest Global Dairy Update from Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd., the report reveals a positive trend in Australian milk collections for January. The figures indicate a collection of 9.7 million kilograms of milksolids (KGMS), marking a 2.1% increase compared to the same period last season.
Rainfall and Legislation Bring Hope to Dairy Producers for 2024
After consecutive years of drought, recent rainfall and congressional strides have kindled optimism among dairy producers for the upcoming year.
The South Korean company BGF Retail enters the Kazakhstan market in partnership with ice cream manufacturer Shin-Line
South Korean company BGF Retail announced its penetration into the Kazakhstan market in partnership with Kazakh ice cream manufacturer Shin-Line. The first store is planned to open in March 2024 in Almaty. The project involves the launch of about one hundred TS stores at the first stage.
Canada Invests Over $500,000 to Boost Global Competitiveness in Organic Agriculture Standards
In response to the surging demand for organic food products both domestically and internationally, the Canadian government has taken a significant step to fortify the country's position in the global organic market.
for a week
Straus Family Creamery Introduces Innovative Organic Dairy Sustainability Incentive Program to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2030
for a month
for a year