In July, Rabobank published its list of top 20 global dairy companies ranking them by turnover. The IFCN network specializing in milk production analysis data ranks dairy processors not by revenue, but by the volume of milk collection (although the turnover data is also analysed). It is interesting to compare these ratings. […]
Global milk production levels continue to recover following the sharp contraction in late 2016, according to the Rabobank Global Dairy Quarterly Q2 2017.
Last few years has seen increasing interest in the opportunities in dairy presented by Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). However, it is important to not look at SSA as one region, rather a complex web of diverse countries with their own subtle characteristics. If ever there was an example of ‘one size doesn’t fit all’ – SSA […]
In their latest Quarterly report Rabobank stated the rally in international dairy prices in Q1 was reversed in Q2, with prices falling 20%-30% in the period to mid June.
Russian dairy market develops rather pessimistic, both for producers, and for processors. Russian consumers are probably not in better conditions.
With the EU milk quota set to be removed on 1 April 2015, production will become further concentrated in the key milk-producing regions of Northern and Western Europe, according to Rabobank’s latest report.
Rabobank has issued a new report on the global dairy industry, looking at issues of price, supply and demand in key international markets.
Rabobank Dairy Research specialist Sandy Chen told members of the Irish trade delegation visiting China this week that it will take up to 12 months for the Chinese market to strengthen significantly.
GLOBAL – Low dairy prices are set to be prolonged in the absence of a Chinese white knight and a likelihood of strong milk production into next year, says Rabobank.