Dairy Market Overview
To face and survive these challenges, strategic market information is essential. Gira’s expertise and experience in this sector results in an unparalleled ability to collect, compile and analyse data and opinion to master critical issues relevant to the dairy market today and in the future. We answer the questions you are asking:
Current sector challenges and opportunities:
The dairy market includes a wide range of products derived from milk, including fluid milk, cheese, butter, powders, cream, fresh dairy products and technical dairy ingredients. From traditional dairy products and commodities, to specific and more recent technical dairy ingredients, Gira understands and works with the vast spectrum of dairy products, and our customers operate along the entire dairy sector food chain.
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(2nd Edition Published December 2020) This study describes, measures and forecasts the production, trade and end-uses of the main industrially produced, “technical” ingredients sold in the multiple forms of whey proteins, caseins and milk powders used for human consumption, as well as of standard vegetable fat-filled milk powder.Read More...
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We obtain the data, interview the players, make sense of the insights and forecast the key future trends to help you develop and refine your strategic and operational goals.
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