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Being continuously active in the global market for dairy products and ingredients, we can act instantly on new developments. This results in opportunities and savings, which we pass on to our partners. As we act and communicate swiftly, you will enjoy the benefits of our approach straightaway.

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Bdairy has a global network of partners in every aspect of the process. We follow all developments with our local suppliers and keep an instant track of every shift in the global market. Supported by data analyses and intelligence software, we are the first to know when something happens that influences any element of the dairy trade.

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 | 10 September 2021

Milk production in the US remains strong. Between January and July 2021, the USA produced 2.3% more milk compared to the same period last year. This is in line with the growth numbers we saw last month (+2.4%). From a seasonal point of view, the USA is now heading towards their low season, resulting in less milk to process. The same is true for Europe, especially in Germany, where milk production is going down and, in addition to this, lower levels of fat and protein are being reported in the milk. Compared to the same period last year, the milk delivered to European dairies was down by 0.1% between January–June 2021. Taking a closer look at the main producing countries, it can be concluded that the deficit in Germany is growing, while in France the gap is narrowing. Despite a higher milk price, European farmers don’t have a great enough incentive to produce milk. One frequently heard reason for this is the higher feed costs.
In Oceania, the outlook still appears to be positive for a good start to the new production season. This is due to a combination of healthy milk prices and the fact that the grass is growing well.

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