Guardian/Save the Children investigation in deprived areas of Philippines finds companies flouting international code
The current milk price – as it stands – is not supported by actual demand in the marketplace, according to Kerry Group chief executive Edmond Scanlon.
By: Conor Finnerty
The latest Global Dairy Trade (GDT) auction resulted in a marginal fall in the overall prices achieved for dairy products. The overall GDT price index declined by 0.5% on the previous auction held on February 6.
By: Seán Cummins
EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Phil Hogan, has warned that “alarm bells” should be ringing now for Irish dairy farmers intent on ramping up production.
By: Claire McCormack
Hundreds of thousands of sacks of powdered milk lie stacked on pallets in a warehouse on a nondescript industrial estate in eastern Belgium: part of a vast EU stockpile that is causing dairy producers sleepless nights.
Source: The Business Times
French police are searching several sites run by dairy group Lactalis as part of an ongoing investigation into a baby milk scare.
Safety overhaul of baby formula sector clears way for foreign brands to grow market share
Source: The Straits Times
French food safety inspectors failed to detect salmonella contamination at a plant belonging to dairy giant Lactalis, three months before the company carried out a major recall of baby milk, a report said Wednesday.
Source: The Local Europe
From the start of this year, Finnish dairy Valio has promised to pay one cent extra per liter to entrepreneurs who have proven themselves committed to responsible dairy production.
Source: Food Ingredients First