Dairy Federation Launches World Dairy Situation Report
USAgNet - 10/14/2021
The International Dairy Federation (IDF) launched the latest edition of its flagship publication on global dairy markets, the World Dairy Situation Report 2021 at the IDF Global Dairy Conference, which is currently being held between October 13-15. This
unique publication is produced annually by IDF as part of its mission to represent and support the dairy sector globally.
The 2021 edition is the result of close collaboration between dairy experts and key organisations around the globe and within the IDF. The report contains a wealth of information about the international dairy sector - including data tables, graphs, country reports and analyses for more than 50 dairy-producing countries from all five continents.
It also provides an in-depth understanding of the current macro supply and demand trends affecting the dairy sector. Its statistics will help the reader to better understand and deal with the many challenges and opportunities facing the global dairy market. You will also find a dedicated chapter on the dairy situation in Denmark, the host of the IDF event this year.
"The World Dairy Situation 2021 is an essential read for decision-makers and dairy sector stakeholders concerned with continuously changing global dairy market conditions. To further meet the needs of our sector in this challenging period, the 2021 edition of the report also features a special chapter dedicated to the OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2021-2030."
The IDF World Dairy Situation 2021 report not only consists of written chapters on production, processing, prices, consumption, and trade but is expanded with 30 plus tables that give the reader a comprehensive overview of global dairy developments.
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