Morning Dairy News, 12/08/2015

Monday, December 28, 2015

We are moving towards parity and that’s going to be a little painful for U.S. (dairy) producers

Winter storm Goliath a killer: State by state impact of fierce storm

While (EU) milk prices have stabilised & risen slightly since the summer, it is still only bumping along the bottom

Average American consumes 34 pounds of cheese annually, a growth of 43 percent over the past 25 years

McDonald’s tests putting mac and cheese on its menu

Regulators “have to hit the bull’s-eye to ensure all milk produced is sold.”

Increasing Butter demand owing to the growing food television culture that emphasize benefits of butter consumption

German giant Muller continues to milk the UK as it adds Dairy Crest to its existing Wiseman operation in £80m deal

Cuba is currently purchasing powdered milk for US $2,598 per ton

Demand for Fonterra's world-famous UHT cream taking off

Danone to close two factories in Russia

Food Prices: Beef projected up again in 2016

Demand for grain was high, but farmers hauled in an enormous supply of corn and soybeans, keeping prices low

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