Monthly Archives : January 2017


Milk production still falling in Oceania

2016 ended with a fall in milk production for Australia and New Zealand, the two main countries of Oceania; Australia lost 10.29% in the July-October period of 2016 compared to the same period the previous year and New Zealand reported a decrease of 3% over a longer period – from
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Sheep milk: Sardinia anxious about the price collapse

According to Coldiretti, the situation being experienced by the dairy sheep and goat sector in Sardinia is serious, with sheep milk fetching less than 60 cents per litre. Coldiretti has expressed its intention to organize a demonstration, driven by what has been defined as the 'bluff' of sheep milk overproduction.
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Sheep milk, the right choice!

Why is it really better to consume sheep milk? There are various, good reasons... - Its original flavour and taste - It contains more calcium and minerals (such as zinc) than other types of milk. - It is particularly rich in folic acid and Vitamin B 12, which are important for preventing spina bifida. Find out the
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Organic dairy produce is on the rise

There is good news from the organic dairy industry: a growth rate of between 6.7% and 7.6% is expected up until 2025 in Europe and the United States - approximately three times what is expected in general for other food products. This is what has emerged from a Rabobank report and an
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Ricotta: a rich and versatile product

Ricotta is not a cheese but a dairy product, i.e. a by-product of sheep, goat or cow's milk. Indeed, under current regulations, cheese is a product that is obtained from the acid or presamic acid coagulation (caused by adding rennet) of whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed milk. This does not happen with
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Iranian Milk and dairy sector on the rise

Iran was certainly thought to be one of the most promising markets to keep an eye on in the coming years, however, two-figure growth predictions for the immediate future are definitely a news worth noting: in a recent in-depth study by CLAL they analyze the growth of milk and dairy
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