The live video streaming of the event will be available into this space
  • thursday, May 28th from 3pm to 6pm (Rome time)
  • wednesday, May 29th from 9am to 5pm (Rome time)
The recording of each event will be available as soon as it ends.
Dairy Forum 2015
  • Angelo Rossi
    The dairy market situation

    • Prof. Holger D.Thiele - University of Applied Science Kiel and IFE (Institute of Food Economics Kiel)
      The European milk futures

    • Charles Piszczor - Director Commodity Research and Product Development CME (Group Chicago, Illinois)
      CME Dairy Markets

    • Michael Nolan - GM Operations GlobalDairyTrade (Auckland, New Zealand)
      How GDT underpins effective global trade

  • 9.00

    Welcome Address and Introduction to the Forum
    Angelo Rossi - CLAL.it Founder

  • 9:10

    Morten Lykke Poulsen - Global Innovation Manager, GEA Process Engineering
    How new process development contributes to enrich the choice of dairy ingredients

  • 9:30

    Giulio Mengoli - President, Tetra Pak Italia
    Global consumer trends and implications for liquid dairy products

  • 9:50

    Francesco Biella - IRi
    Global cheese consumption

  • 10:10

    Mohamed El Damaty - CEO, Domty, Egitto
    Innovation in dairy sector in Egypt, the key for growth

  • 10:30

    Francis Reid - Policy & Advocacy Manager, Europe-Russia-MEA, Fonterra, New Zealand
    Fonterra's Strategy in Action - Building a Globally Relevant Co-operative

  • 10:50

    Michel Nalet - President, EDA European Dairy Association
    EU dairy strategies for conquering world dairy markets

  • 11:10

    Questions & Answers

  • 12:20

    Prof. Paolo De Castro - EU Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
    From the PROTECTION of TRADITIONS to the EMERGING/NEW MARKETS: EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS within the TTIP NEGOTIATION (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership)

  • 14:30

    R S Sodhi - Managing Director, GCMMF Ltd., (AMUL), India
    India, the emerging dairy capital of the world - The Amul Perspective

  • 14:50

    Professor MD Pier Luigi Rossi - Food and Nutrition Dept., University of Bologna
    The Nutritional Genomics of Butter

  • 15:10

    Questions & Answers

  • 15:30

    Francesco Pugliese - CEO, CONAD
    Create value in the chain of milk
       Panel discussion with the following Italian Managers:
       Nino Andena, Milk Producer and Council Member Coop. Santangiolina
       Alberto Bizzotto, CEO Centrale del Latte di Vicenza Spa
       Roberto Brazzale, President Brazzale Spa
       Tiziano Fusar Poli, Milk Producer and President Coop. Latteria Soresina
       Fabio Leonardi, CEO IGOR Spa
       Nisio Paganin, General Manager Agriform Soc. Coop. Agr.

From Tuesday, June 2nd recordings will be available
on our YouTube channel claldairy.

Argentina: dairy sector

This page contains data regarding key components of the Argentinian dairy industry over a given time period.

The following report:
  • highlights the complexity of the industry, which should be considered from several viewpoints: the commodities area, the variety of dairy derivatives, transit trade and domestic consumption;

  • indicates how the export-import ratio is completely in favour of exports - of WMP in particular;

  • stresses the particular features of a traditional product that is prevalent in domestic consumption: the dulce de leche.
ARGENTINA
  x 1.000 ton 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Raw material area
Number of cows ('000 head) 2.100 2.100 2.150 2.193    
Milk production 10.055 10.308 11.206 11.339 11.184  
Deliveries to dairies (Mil Lt) 9.306 9.542 10.442 10.559 10.414 10.004
Farm-gate prices of raw milk € x 100 lt (VAT not included) 25,07 26,23 26,84 28,57 27,82
± % from previous year   +4,6% +2,3% +6,5% -2,6%
Dairy production
Liquid milk (Mil Lt) 1.815 1.856 1.880 1.931    
Yoghurt 515 491 517 514    
Cream 43 40 43 47    
Butter 51 50 54 53    
Cheese 508 520 536 564    
Condensed milk 6,3 6,8 6,4 5,7    
WMP (whole milk powder) 191,8 205,3 280,0 280,6    
SMP (skimmed milk powder) 33 34 39 32    
Whey powder 47 29 33 66    
Dulche de Leche 129 131 127 144    
Casein 8,4 7,3 9,2 9,2    
Export
Butter (HS 0405) TOP importers
17 15 27 21 18 13
Cheese (HS 0406) TOP importers
48 45 60 54 51 56
SMP (skimmed milk powder - HS 040210) TOP importers
13 20 19 14 25 22
WMP (whole milk powder - HS 040221+040229) TOP importers
147 128 201 201 182 144
Whey powder (HS 0404) TOP importers
39 45 70 65 78 68
Casein (HS 350110) TOP importers
7,4 5,6 8,5 7,8 7,8 6,2
Import
Butter (HS 0405) TOP exporters
0,0 1,5 0,3 0,0 0,9 0,3
Cheese (HS 0406) TOP exporters
2,7 3,2 3,4 3,5 3,3 2,8
SMP (skimmed milk powder - HS 040210) TOP exporters
0,0 0,0 0,0 0,1 0,0 0,0
WMP (whole milk powder - HS 040221+040229) TOP exporters
0,5 0,5 0,0 2,5 0,3 0,0
Whey powder (HS 0404) TOP exporters
1,5 2,3 8,7 14 5,0 3,5
Casein (HS 350110) TOP exporters
0,1 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0 0,0
Domestic consumption
Butter 31 36        
Cheese 503 471 478 511    
Per capita consumptions (kg)            
Milk 52,47 52,76 51,39 51,91 49,82 48,92
Cheese 12,56 11,67 11,73 12,44 12,14 11,92
Butter 0,76 0,89 0,96 1,02 1,06 1,00
SMP 0,42 0,45 0,47 0,44 0,41 0,36
WMP 1,35 1,86 2,19 2,19 2,29 2,39
Socio-Economic Indicators
Population ('000) 40.024 40.374 40.729 41.087 41.446 41.803
GDP per capita (U.S. dollars) 7.708 9.162 (e) 10.959 (e) 11.576 (e) 12.019 (e) 12.229 (e)
GDP per capita (€) * 5.532 6.911 (e) 7.874 (e) 9.008 (e) 9.050 (e) 9.205 (e)
(e) estimated
* Per capita GDP in Euro is calculeted by using the yearly average exchange rate
NOTE:Per capita consumptions are obtained dividing total consumption (Source FAS-USDA e Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganaderia y Pesca) by the population (Source FAO)

Source Raw milk area: Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Pesca; Number of cows: FAO
Source Dairy production: Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Pesca
Source Export and Import: GTIS
Source Domestic Consumption: Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería y Pesca Source GDP per capita: International Monetary Found
Source Population: FAO

Last update: 2015-05-27
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