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Amsterdam to host Dairy International Summit 2017 on October 26 and 27
Monday, 10 July, 2017, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
The theme of the 2017 edition of the Dairy International Summit, which is a part of the Duxes Dairy series and slated to take place in Amsterdam on October 26 and 27, is Win-win cooperation between the European Union (EU) and the Emerging Markets.

Its objective is to provide an analysis of dairy market conditions in Europe and emerging markets around the world.

The event will focus on such topics as quality and safety [including testing, packaging and the digitisation of farm management policy updates, including the free trade agreements (FTAs) between the EU and the Association of South-east Asian Nations (ASEAN)].

It will focus on Russia’s ban on western food imports, China’s new e-commerce rules for dairy products and suggestions for how European exporters should react to them.

The emphasis will be on the liquid milk sector, in particular the research and development (R&D) trends for milk-based beverages and dairy alternatives.

The organisers stated that discussions would come forth from leading professionals on infant formula milk powder marketing in China and opportunities in the Asia Pacific cheese market.

An overview of the ultra-high processing (UHT) milk market in Europe will be provided along with the development trends, production risks and marketing strategies.

The participants will have an opportunity to hear from dairy producers in the emerging markets about farm management and the safety challenges they face.

Dairy producers who attended the previous essays of the event included Nestle, Lactalis, Danone, Fonterra, Dairy America, Arla, Saputo, Sodiaal, Murray, Leprino Foods, Vinamilk and Meiji. These companies represented countries like Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Norway and Japan.

The EU is a major player in the world dairy market, as a lead exporter of many dairy products. Research has shown that nearly half of all revenue for some leading dairy companies in the EU comes from international business.

However, in recent years, the EU dairy market has become challenging due to several factors, including the abolition of the EU quota system, increased production from European farmers and the Russian ban on EU dairy products.

The rise of emerging markets has provided a great opportunity for EU dairy companies. At the same time, there is a growing need for information on conditions and government policies in emerging markets. Dairy companies that want to capitalise on a growing global market will need to tap into emerging markets.

The summit will gather industry leaders and experts to discuss a wide range of issues related to the dairy industry in Europe and emerging markets, including the dairy market conditions, R&D trends, innovations for milk-based beverages and milk alternatives, and quality and safety control for dairy products across the industry chain. Attendees will also be provided with a platform to share their experiences and opinions regarding the dairy industry.
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