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Bright future for milk prices
Jack Kennedy
With dairy demand outstripping milk supply, Jack Kennedy went to London to the Dairy Industry Newsletter conference to hear the forecast for milk price for the next five years.
6 May 2022 News
Taoiseach unveils €4m expansion at Wexford’s Killowen Farm
A new €4m expansion at Killowen Farm will see the yoghurt producer grow its cream cheese production.
3 May 2022 Recipes
A life-giving frittata is what we all need after the bank holiday
This frittata is cheesy and filling, but still full of good-for-you stuff, writes Janine Kennedy
Milk prices: how could a shortage of palm oil affect Irish milk prices?
The dairy processors need gas to continue processing. Water is 87% of milk, so it needs to be dried off to get the butter, powder and cheese out.
1 May 2022 News
Dairy Trends: lower milk supply in US in quarter one
Drop in US milk production, as Friesland Campina ups its price offer in the Netherlands.
27 April 2022 Markets
Higher debt not hindering west Cork ambition
Carbery Group has just finalised publication of the 2021 annual report showing revenues up, profits up and debt up but a belief that it is still on the right track.
27 April 2022 Company finances
Glanbia changes peak milk limits for 2022
The main change is that each individual milk supplier’s peak milk allocation for April, May and June of 2022 will be increased to their 2023 figure.
20 April 2022 News
Cooleeney and cherry tomato galette
This delightfully cheesey galette makes a great light dinner after an indulgent Easter weekend, writes Janine Kennedy.
19 April 2022 Recipes
Sustainable dairy an opportunity for Ireland
More sustainable dairy which has a lower carbon footprint and is locally-sourced is an opportunity for Ireland, according to Kerry Group's head of sustainability.
13 April 2022 News
Good Lakeland financials but confusion remains on future
Lakeland Dairies has just announced its financial results for 2021. After a period of huge growth, the business is reaping the rewards of buoyant global dairy markets.
13 April 2022 Company finances
Dairygold sticking to its co-op principles
Dairygold Co-op headquartered in Cork have just released financial results for 2021 showing a very positive year overall for the business.
13 April 2022 Company finances
UK beef and cheese exports hardest hit by Brexit
EU border controls frustrated UK beef and cheese exports in particular after Brexit
30 March 2022 News