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  • Dairy Situation and Outlook report now available

    The latest market insights and future projections on the Australian dairy industry and export market are now available following the release of the Dairy Situation and Outlook report.

    Dairy Australia is the Australian dairy industry’s go-to source for the latest international and domestic market trends, statistics and facts, providing expert analysis and unbiased insights.

    The report shows global markets remain well-balanced and offer the potential for further farmgate price increases in 2019, albeit with continued growth in milk supply evident.

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  • Australian farmers set their sights on a sustainable future

    While the Australian dairy industry has navigated difficult market and environmental conditions in recent years, farmers are setting their sights on a sustainable future.

    Now linked to both the Paris Agreement and the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the latest Australian Dairy Industry Sustainability Report has been released and is available online, featuring revised targets to a 2030 timeline.

    The Sustainability Framework’s goals and targets have been reviewed to reflect changing expectations of customers, emerging issues, technological advances, and changes in the regulatory environment. New goals related to anti-microbial stewardship, food waste and human rights have been added.

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  • Saputo lifts milk price

    Saputo has announced farmgate milk price increases for its southern and New South Wales suppliers.

    The step-up will take southern milk supply price for Saputo and Warrnambool Cheese and Butter suppliers to just over $6/kg.

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  • Second Taste Australia event showcases premium Australian produce

    Australia’s finest produce was on full display in one of the nation’s key export markets last month, in an effort to reinforce Australia’s position as a key supplier of premium food and wine.

    Four of Australia’s key Rural Development Corporations (RDCs) joined forces to stage the latest Taste Australia event at the New World Hotel in Beijing, in a combined effort to highlight the quality of Australian agricultural products.

    It was the second event organised by the collaboration partners – Dairy Australia, Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Hort Innovation and Wine Australia – following a successful event in Shanghai earlier this year.

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  • Australian dairy processors continue to plan for the long term

    Dairy Australia’s latest Situation and Outlook report has highlighted major developments in Australia’s dairy processing sector.

    Amidst challenging conditions for Australian dairy farmers, the report highlights significant investments in infrastructure by the country’s existing processors,...

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