Webinar: Dairy Market Expectations H1 2023

January 10, 2023

2 mins read

Dairy prices have been volatile over the last 12 months which has understandably left many buyers unsure on how to approach 2023.

Rising input costs such, feed, fertiliser and energy prices have contributed to dairy prices reaching all-time highs in 2022.

Inflation has also taken its toll on consumers. Demand is declining as consumers have been feeling the pinch of higher retail prices on dairy products - many have now become more price conscious and have started to trade down in these items.

Mintec are hosting a webinar to show attendees what is expected to happen to the dairy markets for the first half of 2023. This webinar will cover:

- Recent milk intake in Europe being better than anticipations 
- China’s dairy demand recovery
- Why EU export levels are currently uncertain 
- Declining US demand 
- Where the dairy market is likely to head in 2023

Join Mintec’s Analysts Jose Saiz and Sandro Schulz on 23rd January. If you are unable to attend live then you should register anyway so you are still sent the replay.



Topics: Dairy & Eggs

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