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The Orbis MES application suite provides dairy, food, and beverage plants the ability to manage operations in real-time. Pic: Getty Images/nedjelly

Dairy.com acquires Orbis MES

By Jim Cornall

Dairy.com has acquired Orbis MES, a Dublin, Ireland-based company that works in manufacturing execution systems (MES) for the food and beverage industry.

Sectoral resilience will ensure faster recovery in fiscal 2022, CRISIL said. Pic: Getty Images/Ram Tekale

Pandemic halts Indian dairy growth

By Jim Cornall

Indian-based global analytics company CRISIL says revenue growth of the Indian dairy industry will be flat this fiscal because of weak sales of value-added products (VAP), a problem aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.

NFU Scotland said as the country enters the recovery phase, Scottish agriculture should embrace change and seek new market opportunities, and lead in the delivery of climate ambitions and a flourishing environment.

Scottish dairy sector looking to recovery

By Jim Cornall

As countries emerge from lockdown restrictions, Scotland’s dairy farmers are looking to build stronger supply chains and discuss milk contracts as they recover from the impacts of the coronavirus crisis, says NFU (National Farmers’ Union) Scotland.

The ICMSA said milk processors could not ask farmer-suppliers to accept an artificially low price that is contradicted by weeks of hard market data.

ICMSA says milk prices for farmers must reflect recovery

By Jim Cornall

The chairperson of the Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association’s (ICMSA) dairy committee says his association expects the prices to be announced by milk processors in the coming days for milk supplied in May to reflect a “surging recovery.”

Organizations and companies around the world celebrated World Milk Day on June 1. Pic: Getty Images/Butsaya

World Milk Day celebrated

By Jim Cornall

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) is one of the organizations that joined with dairy companies to recognize the 20th anniversary of World Milk Day.

The variation in relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions will ensure varied rates of recovery in foodservice sales while business and tourism travel will remain minor until late in 2020.

Maxum publishes global dairy commodity update for June

By Jim Cornall

Dustin Boughton, procurement director at Maxum Foods in Australia and New Zealand, says dairy markets turned the corner in May with improving demand as COVID-19 lockdowns started to ease in most regions while milk output slowed in the US and EU.

More than 50 Turkish dairy companies can now export their products to China. Pic: Getty Images/Caner CIFTCI

China gives Turkish dairy green light

By Jim Cornall

Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Bekir Pakdemirli and Trade minister Ruhsar Pekcan have announced that barriers to dairy products to be exported to China have been removed.

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