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EU-28: 2016 was a good year for dairy exports

All in all 2016 was a good year for EU-28 both in terms of export value (+0.6% compared to 2015) and volume (+5.5%) with the latter performing particularly well. The value of exports amounted to €13,889 million and that of imports to €810 million, with a decrease of 4.3% compared to the
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The great race for the milk market in Asia

For Australian milk exporters there are big question marks on the horizon regarding maintenance of their market share in the 'neighbouring' Chinese and Southeast Asian markets. A real battle is underway for the division of the hugely desirable Asian cake. This is what has emerged from a report on milk exports
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New Zealand sheep milk powder for Taiwan

New Zealand sheep milk powder (also known as Ewe milk powder) has been launched in Taiwan and is the first of its kind on the market. Its name is Spring Sheep. New Zealand company Spring Sheep Milk, which started the new venture, is in partnership with the state-owned enterprise Landcorp and milks
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New Zealand milk and cream exports are booming

The January/September period saw a boom in New Zealand milk and cream exports. However, most of the industry registered extremely positive figures bar very few exceptions. In September this year, compared to the same month the previous year, New Zealand exports of the following products increased in volume: packaged and unpackaged
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EU dairy exports on the rise in August

EU dairy exports rose sharply in August. This is clearly evident from percentage increases that refer to volume for the following products: butter (+35.3%), milk and cream (+30.3%), infant formula (+26.6%), whey powder (+21.2%), cheese (+18.9%) and milk powder (+5.1%). The only negative figures regard skimmed milk powder (-31.0%). The value of exports amounted to €9,107 million and that
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