In New Zealand farms, Filipino migrant workers in “desperate situations” face widespread mistreatment.
China will overtake the US as the largest dairy market by 2022 whilst India takes fourth place from 2021, according to research by Euromonitor International. It claims in the next five years countries will shift in importance due to a change in consumer demand in dairy. By: Jenny Eagle
Fonterra is banking on a diverse product mix and a more open relationship with farmers to help it grow in Australia. By: CARLENE DOWIE
Dean Foods is closing one of its fluid milk processing plants, PET Dairy, in Richmond, Virginia, as part of its company-wide plan to consolidate operations. By: Mary Ellen Shoup
Raw milk from K-Bar Dairy in Paradise has tested positive for the Brucella bacteria, prompting a recall by the Texas Department of State Health Services. By: Brian Knox
Maria Elena Sullivan could tell that her daughter Sofia, now 3, had trouble digesting milk from the moment she offered it to her at a year old. By: Ellie Krieger
Idaho’s dairy industry is taking a unique and proactive approach to improving worker safety with a statewide on-farm training program. By: Carol Ryan Dumas
Butter boom and European heat wave boost demand. By: Louise Hogan
Improved milk prices and lagging world dairy markets are to blame for a fall in margins at Glanbia Ireland, the new joint venture between Glanbia Plc and Glanbia Co-op. By: Margaret Donnelly
New Zealand dairy processors will struggle to fill existing and planned capacity in coming years as an anticipated decline in milk supply leads to more cautious investment in capacity, according to a new report from Rabobank.