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For dairy ingredient buyers

Our global supplier network allows us to source top-notch ingredients from any region, benefiting our partners in the food industry.

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For dairy ingredient sellers

Bdairy acts as a dedicated BRC-certified salesforce, finding customers worldwide for the products you wish to market.

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Market intelligence

Bdairy connects the dots between dairy sellers and buyers and matches the needs of both sides of the market.

Due to our market intelligence and efficient decision making, we are able to keep our business partners up to date about the newest market trends, offer competitive pricing and act as a sparring partner for dairy procurement and sales decisions. Our insights help our partners to stay at least one step ahead. Your Bdairy market wizard is happy to provide you with a personalised approach.

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Products

Bdairy offers a wide range of products with the properties you require, at highly competitive prices. As a BRC-certified broker, we ensure food safety, quality, legality & traceability. Our portfolio is built around three product categories:

Market Outlook

Most dairy buyers and sellers choose Bdairy because of our market intelligence, transparent communication, proven reliability and competitive pricing. We know that a passionate and fast-paced way of working is key to supporting your business with new opportunities for growth. We are committed to sharing our insights with partners to support their business. Please check our regular market reports here.

Market Outlook | 6 May 2021

On the world market, European butter is competing against butter from other origins, such as Aus- tralia, US and South America, and European butter still has a gap to bridge. This week, GDT showed a strong price decrease for New Zealand butter. However, even after this decrease, New Zealand butter is still more expensive than that from other origins.
If milk production turns out to be strong during the season then more butter will be available and this could put some pressure on the butter prices. However, since European butter production is behind last year, and there is still significant coverage to be undertaken by end users, we expect the butter market in May to remain stable at levels between EUR 3800–EUR 4000/mt FCA.

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