EU-28: Milk protein supply
This page contains a chart showing the milk protein monthly changes in the EU-28 milk deliveries, in comparison with the SMP and Cheese prices.
Protein changes, are calculated on the rolling year: for each month, the protein production is added to the production of the previous 11 months. With this method is always considered the total production in a 12-months time window, so it is possible to identify the trend without the effect of seasonality.
The chart below shows the three-year protein trend in the EU-28 milk, while the table summarizes the average monthly prices of SMP.
It is also possible to consult the monthly protein variations in milk and a summary table of the last 12 months.
The conclusive visualization allows you to follow the use of proteins in the manufactured products.
Updates are detected twice a day. Last Update: December 16th, 2019, h: 00.00
Average Monthly prices of Skimmed Milk Powder
|2004||2009||2014||2015||2016||2017||2018||2019||% on prev. month||% on 2018|
|Jan - Dec||2.086||1.752||2.681||1.857||1.783||1.779||1.494||2.066|
Regulation (EU) No 2017/1185 Article 11
1) change from the same period of previous year , except for years 2009, 2014, where the change is from the same period 5 years ago
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|EU-28: Protein content in EU milk deliveries|
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% protein content of the dairy products:
|CHEESE AND OTHERS:||Since there are different types, the protein for cheese and others is calculated by subtracting the total protein used in the production of the other dairy products from the total protein in the milk delivered.|
The calculation of the milk protein is obtained by multiplying the monthly % of protein in milk (pcpropm) by the monthly milk deliveries (Deliveriespm) of each EU-28 country(p).
Sources for Milk Deliveries, % protein content in milk deliveries and production of dairy products: Eurostat, BLE, FEGA, AHDB, AGEA
Sources for % protein content of the dairy products: IDF, milkingredients.ca, FAO, The Dairy Council (UK)