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7 January 2021

The New Zealand lamb crop fell by 1.5% (357,000 head) on the previous spring* to 22.89 million head, according to the latest data from Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ).

4 November 2020

New Zealand milk production lifted by 1.8% year-on-year in September, on a milk solids basis, while season-to-date production was up by 2.9%

29 October 2020

Imports of fresh/frozen pork into South Korea declined in the year to September

21 October 2020

Just over 10k tonnes of butter was removed from the EU Private Storage Aid (PSA) scheme September, up from the 2k tonnes removed in August.

15 October 2020

Milk production from the 6 key dairy producing regions is currently running 1.7% ahead of last year, led by the EU and US in volume terms.

15 October 2020

The European Commission forecasts EU27 pig meat production to remain relatively stable (-0.5%) year-on-year.

14 October 2020

EU27 beef production could decline by 1.4% in 2020, according to the European Commission.

24 March 2020

Canadian consumers are ethnically diverse which has a profound influence on the foods purchased and eaten. We discover what the opportunities are for British meat, dairy and potatoes.

8 June 2020

Vietnamese consumers have growing incomes and there is an increasing appetite for high-value imported foods. Food safety and health and wellness are priorities when choosing food.

5 March 2020

EU-28 exports of butter products increased by 35% year on year in 2019, with UK exports up 11%.

20 February 2020

The Global Dairy Trade price index was down 2.9% following the 18 February event.

19 March 2020

Economic activity in China was much reduced for the New Year holiday, and then beyond as the government tried to limit the spread of coronavirus.

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