– On 15 June 2022, dairy producers and dairy sector stakeholders, over 70 representatives in total, met online for the 3rd expert talks to support and promote dairy export during the war. This time the discussion was devoted to the opportunities for Ukrainian exporters on the EU and global markets.
The war that russia started against Ukraine and the entire civilized world continues. For two months of hostilities there has been caused enormous damage to economy of our country, including agriculture. The sown areas have been shrunk, the seaports through which the main flow of food exports had been passing were blocked. The world began […]
The second month of the war. The shock of the first days is over. We can say that our dairy companies have re-established all logistic ties, except for exports. The state lent a hand by introducing the purchase of dairy products – cheese, butter, milk powder, condensed and UHT milk. Currently, 30% of dairy products […]
Eckhard Heuser, General Director of the Dairy Industry Association (Milchindustrie-Verband, MIV), said that German dairies provided 240,000 euros under the Aktion Deutschland Hilft for immediate humanitarian aid in the war zone in Ukraine.
It’s a day Dutchman Kees Huizinga, a large dairy farmer in Ukraine, never envisaged would happen, but when Putin’s Russian army started a war with the European nation, the entire world felt the aftershock.
Russia’s military invasion has led to the seaports’ shut down, which Ukraine used to export agricultural products to consumers worldwide.
The representatives of Ukrainian dairy community have created several information tools to increase the efficiency of raw milk supply due to logistical problems and livestock’s preserve.
In Europe and Belarus butter prices have fallen, but Ukrainian butter is invariably more expensive. And its prices will be rising until it becomes profitable to import it from abroad. – INFAGRO
Skyrocketing of gas prices in December forced milk processors to reconsider their plans: some dairies have decided to suspend production in early January, and some have offered their suppliers to cut raw milk prices.- INFAGRO
Ukrainian milk prices are the third highest in Europe after Cyprus and Malta. This was stated by Vadym Chagarovsky, Chairman of the Dairy Union of Ukraine. “Currently, Europe has accumulated a surplus of raw milk, and Ukraine is lacking it,” he said. “I do not share the optimistic forecast that consumption of dairy products this […]