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What happened? What's next? – 2021 World Dairy Expo decisions still in the air – Progressive Dairy

In this column, Progressive Dairy summarizes issues in the news and attempts to describe how they might affect dairy farmers. Look for more extensive background and details at Progressive Dairy.

Items in this column are compiled from Progressive Dairy staff news sources. Send news items to Dave Natzke. 

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2021 WORLD DAIRY EXPO

What happened?

World Dairy Expo (WDE) leaders and local government officials continue to work on plans for both the 2021 event and its longer-term future.

What’s next?

The event is currently scheduled for Sept. 28 – Oct. 2, 2021 in Madison, Wisconsin. The WDE executive committee said a formal decision on the 2021 show would be announced this spring.

Bottom line

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Canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, WDE’s return in 2021 – including its location – likely hinges on evolving local and county restrictions on maximum allowable attendance at indoor and outdoor gatherings and restaurant and hotel capacity limits.

In early March, the WDE executive committee said it was continuing to meet with government officials regarding those restrictions. The committee also said it was considering alternative locations for the event, which has been held in Madison for more than five decades.

The Public Health Office of Madison and Dane County updates pandemic-related requirements monthly. The latest order, in effect through April 7, sets maximum limits of 150 to 350 people for indoor gatherings and a maximum of 500 people for outdoor gatherings. World Dairy Expo historically attracts more than 60,000 people over the five-day event.

After the WDE executive committee announcement, Dane County executive Joe Parisi issued a release saying the county had offered WDE a 10-year contract extension to keep the event at the county’s Alliant Energy Center through 2030. In addition, the 2021 and 2022 shows would be hosted by Dane County at no cost to WDE, reflecting a discount for decreased revenues from the event. News reports estimate that would save WDE about $1.6 million.

The release said current rates of COVID-19 vaccinations and nearly a half million dollars’ worth of upgrades to the Alliant Center’s facility air handling units indicated this fall’s WDE would be able to safely occur. It didn’t, however, specifically address attendance and/or hotel and restaurant capacity limits.

The extension contract needs approval by the WDE board and then must be ratified by the Dane County board of supervisors.

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CWT HERD RETIREMENT LAWSUITS

What happened?

The confounding cases of milk supply management in a litigious society are coming to a conclusion.

What’s next?

The claim deadline in a class-action lawsuit involving the National Milk Producers Federation’s (NMPF) Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) “herd retirement” program is April 23. The $220 million settlement in the lawsuit (First Impressions Salon Inc., et al. v. National Milk Producers Federation, et al.), was reached in April 2020. It involved wholesale buyers of dairy products and individual consumers who purchased butter and/or cheese directly from one or more CWT members during the period from Dec. 6, 2008 to July 31, 2013.

Bottom line

This and other lawsuits alleged dairy cooperatives and their producer members conspired to raise milk and dairy product prices by sending dairy cows to slaughter to reduce milk supplies.

The CWT herd retirement program was created by NMPF during a period of growing milk supplies and declining prices, culminating in historically low farmer milk prices in 2009. Under the herd retirement program, CWT announced invitations for dairy producers to submit bids to sell their dairy herds and cease milk production in an attempt to bring milk supply in closer balance with demand. CWT conducted 10 herd retirements between 2003 and 2010.

During CWT creation, NMPF leaders said they believed the program fell under provisions of the Capper-Volstead Act, a 1922 law which provides farmers and agricultural producers certain exemptions from antitrust laws when marketing, pricing and selling their products through cooperative means. NMPF contended CWT’s structure was a federation of co-ops and producers working together to achieve stable milk prices.

CWT’s activities were vetted with the USDA, and no Capper-Volstead concerns were raised at that time. The U.S. Department of Justice also raised no concerns.

However, defendant lawyers allege the herd retirement program was not covered under Capper-Volstead protection because it controlled pre-production milk supply by removing cows from production.

That question has never been resolved. The settlements do not mean that any law was broken or that the defendants did anything wrong, and no court has decided in favor of the plaintiffs or defendants.

NEGATIVE PPDS

What happened?

February’s Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) uniform prices and producer price differentials (PPDs) weren’t markedly different from a month earlier (Table 1).

Federal milk marketing order producer price differentials

What’s next?

As a predictor of depooling, negative PPDs and the “Class I price mover,” Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) futures prices indicate the gap between Class III-Class IV milk prices expands slightly in the second quarter of 2021 but then tightens somewhat into the first quarter of 2022. Based on CME futures prices at the close of trading on March 12, the Class III-Class IV price gap averages $2.28 per hundredweight (cwt) in the first quarter of 2021, expands to $2.66 per cwt in the second quarter, closes to $1.99 per cwt in the third quarter and tightens further to $1.35 per cwt in the fourth quarter of the year.

In comparison, the 2020 Class III-Class IV price gap averaged $4.68 per cwt in 2020, with a low of 40 cents in January to more than $10 in July and November.

Bottom line

February uniform prices at standardized test were down in all FMMOs outside the southeastern U.S., with prices below $15 per cwt in seven FMMOs and dipping below $14 per cwt in the California FMMO. The January-February price declines ranged from 5 to 29 cents per cwt. Uniform prices at standardized test were up 13 to 28 cents per cwt in the Appalachian, Florida and Southeast FMMOs.

February PPDs remained negative in six of seven applicable FMMOs, although not near as dramatic as those seen during most of the second half of 2020. The Northeast FMMO PPD moved into positive territory, albeit just a nickel. PPDs have zone differentials, so they’ll vary slightly within each FMMO. In addition, PPD impacts on individual milk checks are based on individual milk handlers.

February levels of Class III milk utilization and pooling were also mostly steady with recent months, although volumes were down slightly due to fewer days in the month compared to January.

Class III pooling does remain below pre-coronavirus levels. Total Class III milk pooled across all FMMOs in February 2021 was about 1.35 billion pounds, down from 3.76 billion pounds a year earlier. Class III utilization was about 14% in February 2021, well below the 33% pre-COVID-19 average for January-May 2020. Class III utilization averaged about 41% in 2019. end mark

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Dairy Should Remain a Primary Component of USDA's Food Distribution Program, IDFA's Michael Dykes Says – PerishableNews


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WASHINGTON — Michael Dykes, D.V.M., president and CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), gave video comments today to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) on a food purchase and distribution program to succeed the Farmers to Families Food Box Program created in 2020. In the three minutes allotted to him, Dykes advocated for dairy products to remain a primary component of USDA’s food purchase program for their unparalleled health benefits, and he provided recommendations to the department on crafting a program that does not distort dairy markets.

“Dairy products were a key part of the Farmers to Families Food Box Program and should remain a primary component of the new USDA food distribution program given dairy’s unparalleled health and consumer benefits to people of all ages,” said Dykes.

Dykes noted that dairy is one of the core elements of the healthy dietary patterns recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. He said dairy is a unique and nutritionally dense food group that is under-consumed by 90 percent of Americans, and that dairy provides eleven essential nutrients, including protein, vitamin A, niacin, vitamin B12, riboflavin, and iodine and three of the four under-consumed nutrients of concern in the DGA: calcium, vitamin D, and potassium.

Dykes also provided recommendations to USDA to ensure dairy markets are not distorted by the government purchase program.

“IDFA also recommends that USDA include a wide variety of dairy products from among all classes of milk in the new program. Providing different types of dairy products will broaden the appeal of the program to more Americans with different tastes and palates.  In addition, requiring diversity in dairy products would minimize the likelihood of market distortion going forward because a broader swath of products will be purchased instead of those in just one or two segments.”

Finally, Dykes urged USDA to spread out dairy purchases over the expected life of the new program. “Balancing the timing of dairy product purchases over the duration of the program will minimize spikes in the dairy futures markets that inevitably lead to increased market volatility.”

The full transcript of Dykes’s remarks can be found here.

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The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), Washington, D.C., represents the nation’s dairy manufacturing and marketing industry, which supports more than 3 million jobs that generate $159 billion in wages and $620 billion in overall economic impact. IDFA’s diverse membership ranges from multinational organizations to single-plant companies, from dairy companies and cooperatives to food retailers and suppliers, all on the cutting edge of innovation and sustainable business practices. Together, they represent 90 percent of the milk, cheese, ice cream, yogurt and cultured products, and dairy ingredients produced and marketed in the United States and sold throughout the world. Delicious, safe and nutritious, dairy foods offer unparalleled health and consumer benefits to people of all ages.

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Sour cream substitute: Non-dairy, low fat, vegan, and more – Medical News Today

Sour cream is a dairy product made from cream fermented with lactic acid bacteria. It has a creamy, tangy taste, and people can use it in baking and in dishes such as tacos, stews, or dips.

Some people may want to substitute sour cream for an alternative. This could be due to:

  • taste preferences
  • health reasons
  • wanting a low fat alternative
  • wanting a dairy-free alternative
  • following a vegan diet

There are plenty of tasty and healthy alternatives to sour cream. This article will look at a range of substitutes to suit different preferences or dietary requirements.

People may want to substitute sour cream for an alternative dairy product. This may be due to personal preference. For example, they may not enjoy the taste of sour cream but want a similar texture.

People may also need an alternative if sour cream is not available but a recipe requires it.

Plain yogurt

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggest making simple swaps for healthier meals. For example, they suggest plain yogurt as a substitute for sour cream.

Yogurt is a good source of protein, calcium, and potassium. Some yogurt products may also contain live, probiotic bacteria, which may help promote gut health.

Generally, Greek yogurt contains more protein than regular yogurt, though yogurt products such as Siggi’s Icelandic style yogurt are also high in protein.

Many yogurt products are also low in fat, and some are plant-based.

Learn more about yogurt here.

Cottage cheese

Cottage cheese is made from curdled milk and has a mild flavor. It is a good source of protein and calcium, and it is low in fat.

A 100-gram (g) serving of cottage cheese made with whole milk contains 9 g of protein but just 10 g of fat. Low fat versions are also available.

Blending cottage cheese with lemon juice and milk can make a quick sour cream substitute that does not compromise the tangy taste of the original.

Creme fraiche

Creme fraiche means fresh cream. It is a thick cream with live cultures, which makes it very similar to sour cream.

Creme fraiche is high in fat, containing 11 g per 28-g serving, but it may suit recipes that require a thick sour cream consistency.

People needing to substitute sour cream because it is not available may find creme fraiche to be a great alternative.

Buttermilk

Buttermilk is a type of cultured milk product made from the liquid that remains after churning butter.

A 1-cup serving of buttermilk provides:

The sodium content in buttermilk means that it may not suit people who need to restrict their salt intake.

Buttermilk may also provide a thinner consistency than sour cream.

Kefir

Kefir is fermented milk. It contains live bacterial cultures. It can be made from cow’s milk, non-dairy milk, or milk from other animals.

Although kefir has a thinner consistency, it may make a good sour cream substitute due to its slightly sour taste.

Its consistency also means that it could be a great substitute for sour cream for use in baking.

Kefir may offer the following health benefits due to its probiotic properties:

It can also relieve constipation and help a person maintain a moderate weight.

Learn more about the health benefits of kefir here.

If a person has lactose intolerance or a milk allergy, they may want a non-dairy substitute for sour cream.

People may also be avoiding dairy products for health reasons, such as the potential link between acne and dairy intake.

Learn more about how to replace dairy products here.

Coconut milk

Coconut milk is the liquid from coconut flesh. It can make a good vegan sour cream alternative if a person mixes it with lime or lemon juice.

A 100-g serving of coconut milk provides:

Cashews

People can create a sour cream substitute by blending water-soaked cashews with the following ingredients:

  • lemon juice
  • apple cider vinegar
  • salt

A person can alter these quantities depending on the taste or consistency they want to achieve.

A 100-g serving of raw cashews provides:

Soya cream

Soya cream is a dairy-free equivalent to cream made from soy.

There is conflicting evidence regarding the health benefits of soy. However, soy products may provide a range of health benefits, including:

  • lowering the risk of heart disease and stroke
  • potentially reducing menopause symptoms
  • lowering blood pressure
  • reducing the risk of some cancers
  • improving bone health
  • improving blood vessel health
  • improving brain health

A person can use soya cream as it is. Alternatively, they could whip it to better match the consistency of sour cream. They could also add some lemon juice for extra flavor.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, a 100-g serving of sour cream contains 19.35 g of total fats. This amount can vary among brands and if a person prefers low fat options.

Low fat substitutes for sour cream may suit people who want to reduce their calorie intake or lower their intake of fats. Saturated fats can increase low-density lipoprotein, or “bad,” cholesterol levels and may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Learn more about the different types of fats here.

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics state that a person can mix the following ingredients to make a low fat sour cream alternative:

  • half a cup of plain, low fat Greek yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons (tsp) of taco seasoning
  • 1 tsp of lime juice

This could be a great topping for tacos.

People can also mix a light or low fat mayonnaise with lime juice as an alternative to sour cream.

People following a vegan diet can choose a sour cream substitute that does not contain any animal-derived ingredients.

People may choose to follow a vegan diet for a variety of reasons, such as health, environmental, and animal welfare reasons.

Learn more about vegan diets here.

Vegan chive cream

If a person wants an alternative to sour cream as a topping for soup or other savory dishes, the Vegetarian Society suggest a vegan chive cream in their celeriac and watercress soup recipe.

To make this topping, a person will need 4 tsp of soya cream and four chives, cut into small pieces. They can top a soup or other dish with the soya cream, then sprinkle over the chives.

Vegan mayonnaise

Alternatively, a person may want to use vegan mayonnaise as an alternative to sour cream. This could be great as an alternative in dishes where the thickness of the sour cream is especially important, such as dips.

The Vegan Society of Aotearoa New Zealand suggest that people blend the following ingredients together until they reach a smooth consistency:

  • 2.25 cups of olive oil, rice bran, canola, or soy
  • 1 cup of soy milk
  • 2 tsp of mustard, or add more or less to taste
  • 4 tsp of lime or lemon, or add more or less to taste
  • 1 or 1.5 tsp of salt, or add more or less to taste
  • 1 tablespoon of agave

The mayonnaise should keep for a week in a sealed jar in the refrigerator.

People can also add any other flavors, such as garlic or chili, to the mix.

People may want a sour cream substitute for taste preferences, health reasons, convenience, or dietary requirements.

There are many dairy, non-dairy, and low fat alternatives to sour cream, including:

  • plain yogurt
  • cottage cheese
  • blended cashews
  • soya cream
  • mayonnaise

Adding apple cider vinegar, lime, or lemon juice to many of the bases above can provide a quick and easy alternative to sour cream.

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Dairy Products Market Size to be valued at USD 602.3 billion in 2028 | Rising Awareness Regarding the Benefits Of Nutrients and Proteins Along with the Adoption of a Healthy Diet will Boost the Industry Demand, says Reports and Data – GlobeNewswire

New York, March 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global dairy product market is approximated to rise with a CAGR of 2.8% during the projection period from 2021 to 2028. Milk is an essential component of the diet of many people around the globe, thus there is a constant requirement for milk and milk products. Dairy products are rich sources of proteins, vitamin A, riboflavin, vitamin D, calcium, and phosphorous. Due to the trending healthy diet, more people are shifting towards low-fat, cholesterol-free, and lactose-free dairy products. 

Regular consumption of these products mends bone and gut health and also decreases the risks associated with cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis, and type 2 diabetes. 

The extensive utilization of dairy products along with the consumer inclination towards dairy products are the significant factors fueling the growth of the dairy products market globally. Factors such as expanding population, rapid urbanization, changing lifestyle and the consumer shift to healthy food consumption, and the improved technologies in dairy processing are surging the demand for the global dairy product industry. Favorable regulatory norms and considerable funding from both, public and private sector, are predicted to drive the market.

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Rising awareness among people regarding the benefits of nutrients and proteins along with the adoption of a healthy diet is expected to boost the dairy products market demand.  

The availability of better substitutes like almond or rice milk for cholesterol-free products might hamper the market expansion in the coming years. 

Further key findings:

  • In context to the product type, the milk segment is attributed to the largest market revenue and is foreseen to sustain its dominance as the majority of the population consumes milk and milk products regularly as it has high nutrient content and provides a high amount of calcium and proteins. Additionally, consumption of milk is seen to reduce risks associated with osteoporosis.
  • Various modifications in the yogurt products such as drinkable yogurt, flavored yogurt, and fat-free yogurt are predicted to open new opportunities for the market players. Alterations in packaging, for instance, single-serving, on-the-go packages are boosting the product demand. 
  • The cheese product segment is evaluated to show a significant CAGR from 2021 to 2028 as a result of a growing preference for western food culture in the Asia Pacific and the easy availability of cheese products globally.
  • The European region dominated the global dairy products market and is expected to continue leading the market throughout the analysis period. The high market revenue is accredited to the rising desire for clean labels and good quality dairy products.
  • The Asia Pacific region is predicted to witness the fastest growth during the projected period. The high rate of milk production, growing population, high disposable income, and rising demand for western dairy products like yogurt and sour milk is suspected to increase the market demand for dairy products in the APAC region.
  • North America held a considerable market revenue in the past few years. Due to the high consumption of milk and cheese, the United States holds the largest market share. Additionally, the introduction of low-fat and no sugar milk is predicted to boost the consumption of milk in the North American region. 
  • Many market players are coming up with ideas and connecting with other manufacturers and companies to retain their market position. Emerging market players are also introducing their products. Nestle, Royal Friesland Campina, Amul, Danone, Dean Foods Company, Megmilk Snow brand Co. Ltd, Fonterra Co-operative, Arla Foods amba, Dairy Farmers of America, Inc., and Lactalis SA are some of the significant market players. 

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This report forecasts revenue growth at a global, regional & country level, and provides an analysis of the market trends in each of the sub-segments from 2020 to 2028. For this study, Reports and Data has segmented the global Dairy Products market based on Product Type, Distribution Channel, and Region:

Product Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2018 – 2028)

  • Cheese
  • Butter
  • Ice cream
  • Lactose-free milk
  • Yogurt
  • Milk
  • Others

Distribution Channel Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2018- 2028)

  • Online
  • Convenience Stores
  • Supermarkets/Hypermarkets
  • Others

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Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2018 – 2028)

North America

U.S.

Europe

U.K.

Germany

France

Asia Pacific

China

Japan

India

Central & South America (CSA)

Brazil

Middle East & Africa (MEA)

Saudi Arabia

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Low Fat Dairy Products Market Advancing the Growth Globally: Market Dynamics, Trends, Efficiencies Forecast 2026 – NY Market Reports

The latest report includes a thorough study of the global Low Fat Dairy Products Market. It has successfully pointed out the key factors that have a substantial impact on the Low Fat Dairy Products Industry. This report is a result of a well-planned research methodology. The methodology employed both primary and secondary research tools. These tools aid the researchers to gather authentic data and arrive at a definite conclusion. The prevailing competitors in the global Low Fat Dairy Products Market have also been pictured in the report, offering an opportunity to the Key Market players to measuring system their performance.

The qualitative contents for geographical analysis will cover market trends in each region and country which includes highlights of the key players operating in the respective region/country, PEST analysis of each region which includes political, economic, social, and technological factors influencing the growth of the Low Fat Dairy Products market.

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Segmental Analysis of Low Fat Dairy Products Industry:
The market study contains the division of the overall market into different segments by Type and Applications according to the key geographic regions.

By Type

  • Skim Milk
  • Low Fat Cheese
  • Low Fat Yogurt
  • Low Fat Ice Cream
  • Other

By Applications

  • Household
  • Food Process
  • Food Services

By Region

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Rest of the world

Top Key Players Profiled in Low Fat Dairy Products Market Report:

  • Amul
  • Danone
  • Nestle
  • Dairy Farmers of America
  • Megmilk Snow Brand
  • Fonterra Co-Operative Group
  • Arla Foods
  • Schreiber Foods

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The various factors that can boost the Low Fat Dairy Products market growth in the current scenario as well as in the coming years have been discussed in detail. The interplay of demand and supply forces in this market along with the factors affecting them have been analyzed. The internal and external factors affecting the market in terms of growth have been studied by this market study. The pricing policies used and the effect they have on consumer behavior have been studied for various regions of the Low Fat Dairy Products market. The study conducted looks at the upstream as well as the downstream aspects of the market.

Key Questions Answered by Low Fat Dairy Products Market Report

  • What was the Low Fat Dairy Products Market in 2020 and 2021; what are the estimated growth trends and market forecast (2021-2026).
  • What will be the CAGR of Low Fat Dairy Products Market during the forecast period (2021-2026)?
  • Which segments (product type/applications/end-user) were most attractive for investments in 2018? How are these segments are expected to grow during the forecast period (2021-2026)?
  • Which manufacturer/vendor/players in the Low Fat Dairy Products Market was the market leader in 2018?
  • Overview of the existing product portfolio, products in the pipeline, and strategic initiatives taken by key vendors in the market.

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1.Overview of Low Fat Dairy Products Market
2.Global Low Fat Dairy Products Market Status and Forecast by Regions
3.Global Low Fat Dairy Products Market Status and Forecast by Types
4.Global Low Fat Dairy Products Market Status and Forecast by Downstream Industry
5.Market Driving Factor Analysis
6.Market Competition Status by Major Manufacturers
7.Major Manufacturers Introduction and Market Data
8.Upstream and Downstream Market Analysis
9.Cost and Gross Margin Analysis
10.Marketing Status Analysis
11.Market Report Conclusion
12.Research Methodology and Reference

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Pandemic leads to more consumption of dairy products – DairyReporter.com

Speaking during the Dairy-Tech Online Dairy Market Overview session this week, Jonathan Dixon from Arla Foods, explained how more people working from home had resulted in a rise in dairy sales. 

“Consumers have turned to dairy in times of crisis,”​ he said.

“The grocery market is booming with a huge upturn and a total food growth of 10%. On the flip side, the food service sector has seen a downturn with the tough lockdowns.”

He said dairy has increased because of consumers looking after themselves more during lockdown and spending more time at home.  

“Cheese consumption has risen by 15.7% with more people eating cheese at lunch. Yogurt sales have risen by 4.1% and butter by 16.1%, particularly block butter sales, due to more people home baking.”

Rob Hutchinson, operations director for Müller, said the company had seen strong retail sales during the pandemic.

“Cereal consumption is up 8%, which is good for milk sales. The challenge now is to maintain the level of consumption as we come out of lockdown​. 

“I’m cautiously optimistic about the market outlook. The markets recovered after March last year and the global stock position is lower than we expected coming into this year, which is a good position to be in.”

The exception is cream, which is seeing a big mismatch in the price compared to the EU. This is largely because of Brexit and the extra export health certificates now required when exporting fresh products, like cream.

Hutchinson added, “We hope to see the situation improve as there’s no doubt this is having an impact on the cream price.” 

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Organic Dairy Products Market: Competitive Dynamics & Global Outlook 2025 – Business-newsupdate.com


Organic Dairy Products  Market: Competitive Dynamics & Global Outlook 2025

The Global Organic Dairy Products Market report draws precise insights by examining the latest and prospective industry trends and helping readers recognize the products and services that are boosting revenue growth and profitability. The study performs a detailed analysis of all the significant factors, including drivers, constraints, threats, challenges, prospects, and industry-specific trends, impacting the Organic Dairy Products market on a global and regional scale. Additionally, the report cites worldwide market scenario along with competitive landscape of leading participants.

The recent study on Organic Dairy Products market offers a detailed analysis of this business vertical by expounding the key development trends, restraints & limitations, and opportunities that will influence the industry dynamics in the coming years. Proceeding further, it sheds light on the regional markets and identifies the top areas to further business development, followed by a thorough scrutiny of the prominent companies in this business sphere. Additionally, the report explicates the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the profitability graph and highlights the business strategies adopted by major players to adapt to the instabilities in the market.

Major highlights from the Covid-19 impact analysis:

  • Footprint of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global economy.
  • Fluctuations in the supply & demand.
  • Predicted outlook of the pandemic on business expansion.

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An overview of the regional analysis:

  • Organic Dairy Products market is split into several regional markets, namely, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa.
  • Summary of each regional contributor, inclusive of their yearly growth rate over the stipulated timeframe is enclosed in the document.
  • Net revenue & sales gathered by each region are also cited.

Additional highlights from the Organic Dairy Products market report:

  • The product landscape of Organic Dairy Products market is divided into Cheese,Milk Powder andLiquid Milk.
  • Volume and revenue estimations of each product category along with statistically supporting information are given.
  • Insights about the yearly growth rate and industry share of each product segment over the forecast period are highlighted.
  • Speaking of application spectrum, the overall market is bifurcated into Adult andChildren.
  • Estimated annual growth rate and market share of each application category during the stipulated timeframe are duly presented.
  • Organizations that have a strong presence in Organic Dairy Products market are Andechser Molkerei Schmitz,Riverford Dairy,Whole Foods Market,Acorn Dairy,Organic Valley,WhiteWave Foods,Schulz Organic Dairy,Three Twins Ice Cream,Barambah Organics,Stonyfield Farm,Arla Foods,OMSCo,Alnatura Production and Trading andAurora Organic Dairy.
  • Exhaustive profiling of the listed companies is conducted in terms of their product offerings, manufacturing capacity, and remuneration.
  • Other vital business facets such as pricing patterns, market share, and gross margins of each player are covered as well.
  • Major competitive trends and its effect on businesses are discussed extensively.
  • A comprehensive study of the supply chain with respect upstream & downstream basics, and distributions channels is incorporated in the report.
  • Further, it undertakes SWOT analysis and Porter’s five forces assessment to evaluate the investment feasibility of a new project.

Strategic Points Covered in Table of Content of Global Organic Dairy Products Market:

  • Chapter 1: Introduction, market driving force product Objective of Study and Research Scope Organic Dairy Products market
  • Chapter 2: Exclusive Summary – the basic information of Organic Dairy Products Market.
  • Chapter 3: Displaying the Market Dynamics- Drivers, Trends and Challenges of Organic Dairy Products
  • Chapter 4: Presenting Organic Dairy Products Market Factor Analysis Porters Five Forces, Supply/Value Chain, PESTEL analysis, Market Entropy, Patent/Trademark Analysis.
  • Chapter 5: Displaying the by Type, End User and Region 2020-2026
  • Chapter 6: Evaluating the leading manufacturers of Organic Dairy Products market which consists of its Competitive Landscape, Peer Group Analysis, BCG Matrix & Company Profile
  • Chapter 7: To evaluate the market by segments, by countries and by manufacturers with revenue share and sales by key countries in these various regions.
  • Chapter 8 & 9: Displaying the Appendix, Methodology and Data Source

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