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Dairy Dialog podcast 86: Tate & Lyle, Royal DSM, Crisp. Pics: (Computer) Getty Images/simpson33; (field) Tate & Lyle; (pizza) Royal DSM

Dairy Dialog podcast 86: Tate & Lyle, Royal DSM, Crisp

By Jim Cornall

On this week’s Dairy Dialog’s podcast, we have three guests: Anna Pierce, director of sustainability at Tate & Lyle; Bob Savage, product application expert, cheese, at DSM; and Are Traasdahl, co-founder and CEO of Crisp. We also have our weekly look...

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.

Dairy products were among $1.2bn in contracts for distributors, processors and non-profit organizations to deliver food to people in need. Pic: Getty Images/Maksymowicz

DBA and Edge support government moves

By Jim Cornall

The Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative in the US have announced their support of the Agriculture Department for awarding $317m in contracts to purchase milk and other dairy foods for struggling Americans.

The latest update is dominated by responses to the coronavirus crisis.

Maxum issues May global dairy commodity update

By Jim Cornall

Dustin Boughton, director of procurement at Australian and New Zealand dairy ingredients suppliers Maxum Foods, says dairy markets are starting to come off the bottom of a deep trough due to decreased demand for cheese and butterfat from the closure of...

A potential global recession could keep dairy product prices and farmgate milk prices under pressure into 2021.

Declines in dairy, Rabobank forecasts

By Jim Cornall

The North American RaboResearch team has issued an update report focusing on how the processing and distribution segments of the food supply chain are responding to the dislocation in food demand due to the coronavirus crisis.

Coronavirus dominates the April dairy news. Pic: Maxum Foods

Maxum Foods issues April global dairy commodity update

By Jim Cornall

Dustin Boughton, procurement, at Maxum Foods, says dairy markets continue to experience deep impacts from COVID-19 through lockdowns of people in many major countries, disrupting trade and shutting large segments of the food market to consumers.

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