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Fonterra's Fixed Base Milk Price is a risk management tool that lets farmers lock in a set price for up to 70% of the season’s milk before it starts. Pic: ©Getty Images/petej

Fonterra announces fixed base milk price for 2019/20

By Jim Cornall

Fonterra farmers in Australia participating in the company’s Fixed Base Milk Price will be paid a guaranteed price of A$6.80 (US$4.74) per kilogram of milk solids (kgMS) for a portion of their milk for the 2019/20 season.

Arla Foods and Noluma feature in this week's podcast.

Dairy Dialog podcast 31: Arla Foods packaging announcement and Noluma

By Jim Cornall

This week’s Dairy Dialog podcast features two interviews, one with Arla Foods’ head of Europe, Peter Giørtz-Carlsen on its recent packaging announcement, and another with Noluma International LLC CEO Divya Chopra on light damage of milk. We also have...

Synlait has applauded the New Zealand government's sustainability initiative. Pic: ©Getty Images/PatrikStedrak

Synlait supports Zero Carbon Bill

By Jim Cornall

New Zealand dairy company Synlait has responded positively to the government's Zero Carbon Bill announcement, which includes new methane targets.

Arla’s head of Europe, Peter Giørtz-Carlsen.

Arla looks to sustainable packaging across Europe

By Jim Cornall

Dairy products in the fridges of European households are getting better for the environment. By the end of the year, across six countries, Arla is making 600 million fresh milk cartons renewable and 560 million yogurt pots recyclable, cutting 7,330 tonnes...

The decision tool assists producers with calculating total premiums costs and administrative fees associated with participation in DMC. Pic: ©Getty Images/steverts

USDA launches decision tool for Dairy Margin Coverage program

By Jim Cornall

US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has announced the availability of a new web-based tool – developed in partnership with the University of Wisconsin – to help dairy producers evaluate various scenarios using different coverage levels through the new...

Project Darwin aims to reduce cost and improve margins.

Müller confirms UK dairies review

By Jim Cornall

Müller Milk & Ingredients (MMI), Britain’s largest producer of branded and private label fresh and flavored milk, cream, butter and dairy ingredients, is to review its network of dairies as part of its £100m ($129.4m) Project Darwin program, and enter...

More US dairy exporters are setting up offices in the Asean region. Pic: ©Getty Images/PytyCzech

Southeast Asia now second biggest market for American exporters

China crisis will have positive impact on US Dairy exports to favorite Asian region

By Richard Whitehead

Dairy exports from the US to Southeast Asia have been growing “exponentially”, and will only continue to increase as exporters eye new segments and use the region as a stepping-stone to China while a trade war between the countries rages on.

Grant finalists will attend a four-day program in Boulder, Colorado for training on sustainable food systems.

Danone opens applications for new grant program

By Beth Newhart

Danone Institute North America (DINA) will invest in sustainable food system projects through a grant program in the US and Canada. The ‘One Planet. One Health Initiative’ is now accepting proposals.

Five years ago, whole milk only accounted for 30% of retail milk sales. It’s now up to 40%. Pic: Getty/DragonImages

Can whole milk make a comeback?

By Beth Newhart

The National Dairy Council (NDC) has been involved with the fight to bring back whole milk for several years, investing in research on its health benefits.

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