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‘New Zealand milk output could fall by up to 10% in the coming months’

‘New Zealand milk output could fall by up to 10% in the coming months’

New Zealand’s milk output could fall by up to 10% over the coming months, according to Rabobank dairy analyst Kevin...

September 13, 2015

China’s beef demand to grow by 2.2m tonnes by 2025 – Rabobank

China’s beef demand to grow by 2.2m tonnes by 2025 – Rabobank

China’s beef demand is to grow by 2.2m tonnes by 2025 according to Rabobank, which says that Chinese investors will...

August 6, 2015

Nestlé remains world’s largest dairy company; turnover of €20.9 billion

Nestlé remains world’s largest dairy company; turnover of €20.9 billion

Nestlé remains the world’s largest dairy company, with a turnover of €20.9 billion in 2014, according to Rabobank. The Global...

July 29, 2015

‘Supply concerns drive agri-food companies to re-engage with farmer suppliers’

‘Supply concerns drive agri-food companies to re-engage with farmer suppliers’

A growing number of food and agribusiness companies are taking steps to engage with farmers at the upstream ends of their supply...

July 19, 2015

We’ll be buying 25% of our groceries online in 10 years new report says

We’ll be buying 25% of our groceries online in 10 years new report says

A new report by Rabobank says that we will be buying 25% of our groceries online by 2025. The report,...

July 17, 2015

Exchange rate hits EU pork producers as prices fall

Exchange rate hits EU pork producers as prices fall

EU pork prices dropped in the second quarter (Q2) of 2015, with limited exchange rate movements a factor in the...

July 16, 2015

‘Demand for meat and dairy driving demand for animal feed’

‘Demand for meat and dairy driving demand for animal feed’

As the global demand for meat, fish and dairy grows, the demand for animal feed also grows, according to Rabobank....

July 11, 2015

Milk price recovery unlikely until late 2015 at best – Rabobank

Milk price recovery unlikely until late 2015 at best – Rabobank

There is unlikely to be any milk price recovery until late 2015 at best, according to Tim Hunt, Rabobank Global...

June 24, 2015

10 golden rules for the EU poultry industry

10 golden rules for the EU poultry industry

The ongoing turbulent outlook for the EU poultry industry will further challenge the position of individual poultry companies, according to...

June 21, 2015

Pork producers hit by weak demand and strong supplies

Pork producers hit by weak demand and strong supplies

The global pork industry has been searching for stability during the first quarter of 2015, according to Rabobank’s latest Pork Quarterly...

May 7, 2015

Soya prices to fall by 6.4% over the next six months

Soya prices to fall by 6.4% over the next six months

Irish soya bean prices could drop by just over 6% between now and the beginning of the October, according to...

April 14, 2015

Despite volatility, global dairy demand to grow by 2% – Rabobank

Despite volatility, global dairy demand to grow by 2% – Rabobank

Regardless of occasional depressed market conditions caused by volatility, Rabobank believes that medium-term global demand in the global dairy market...

March 16, 2015

How western companies can navigate animal protein market in China

How western companies can navigate animal protein market in China

The demand in China for animal protein products from around the world shows great growth potential, according to Rabobank. However,...

January 8, 2015

EU beef separating into premium and ground beef market – Rabobank

EU beef separating into premium and ground beef market – Rabobank

The EU beef market is increasingly separating into a premium and ground beef market with divergent price developments, according to...

January 6, 2015

Dairy production outstrips consumption new report finds

Dairy production outstrips consumption new report finds

International dairy markets continue to suffer from low prices according to a Rabobank report on dairy markets, though the rate...

December 22, 2014

‘Ice storm’ to hit supermarkets as shoppers warm up to online frozen food

‘Ice storm’ to hit supermarkets as shoppers warm up to online frozen food

European consumers will turn more and more to online shopping and discounters to buy frozen food, a new report from...

November 18, 2014

Heated pork markets slowly cooling down

Heated pork markets slowly cooling down

The global pork market will likely cool down in Q4 2014, as the buoyant market circumstances from the first three...

November 11, 2014

Brazil’s feedlot capacity forecast to double

Brazil’s feedlot capacity forecast to double

Brazil is set to step up the rapid intensification of its beef production sector over the next 10 years, according...

October 20, 2014