Vitaly Bashynsky, Head of the Public Council under the State Production and Consumer Service of Ukraine, International FAO Expert on Veterinary Medicine and Food Safety, shared his thoughts on the quality control of raw milk and dairy products, analyzed the reasons for the existence of falsification on Ukrainian dairy market and expressed his vision of […]
Alexey Bogdanov, Head of Department of Foreign Economic Activity of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of Belarus, mentioned this figure speaking on how much less dairy products Belarus had not supplied because of theclimitations of the Rosselkhoznadzor in comparison with the agreed balances.
It is still too early to sum up the year for production of dairy products as there is not all the data available, but we can confidently note the growth trend in production of fresh dairy products and cheeses. – INFAGRO
Analyzing the current state of our raw milk market, we can see that over the past 5 years it has been quite stable. There is milk provided by farms and by rural households. The milk produced in households unfortunately keeps bigger share. I say “unfortunately”, because this milk is not safe, and its supply chain […]
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Recently, there have been many publications forecasting the innevitable rise in prices for dairy products in the near future. I would propose that the journalists writing on this issue would also take into account opinion of the dairy market analysts. My forecast is based on the real downward dynamics of the purchase price of raw […]
According to the recent OECD/EAO Agricultural Outlook, the share of commodities in EU dairy exports will grow from 24% in 2016 to 28% in 2026. Total EU dairy exports are to increase by 37% in that period. Cheese exports alone will be up by 26% to almost one million tons and 8MP exports will grow […]
Janis Sholks, head of the Union of Latvian milk processors, speaking at Radio Baltkom in the program “Morning on Baltkom”, said that the Russian embargo does not affect Latvian dairy industry anymore and the volume of exported dairy products outperformed that of 2014.
By the end of February Ukrainian dairies paid the following purchase prices for milk: quality milk from agricultural dairy enterprises 8,50-9,50 UAH/kg, milk from private households, on average 4,50-5,50 UAH/kg. But the main topic of debate was the forthcoming decrease in milk purchase prices scheduled for March 1 – INFAGRO
Unfortunately, the year that has passed cannot be considered as successful by dairy industry people. There were more negative factors than positive ones. The new 2017 year will also be very difficult. However, the dairy market operators are expecting a slight improvement. In brief, the results of the 2016 and forecasts for 2017 are as […]