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Milk in Europe



All members of the European Union (EU) Member States, without exception, produce milk. This represents about 15% of the value of the common agricultural production and as such is the first sector of EU products. In 2011, milk collection in the EU is around 139 million tonnes. It occupies the first place in the world, ahead of the U.S., with 89 million tonnes.


Milk production in Europe

Austria, Denmark, Poland, Germany or the Netherlands show an enviable momentum in 2013 reaping the windfall linked to the export.

Their national quota will be achieved or exceeded within a Europe whole sub recurring realization. 13 states, including France, the second largest producer in the EU will be under production with 7% difference now for France against 3.6% the previous year.

The main producing countries are Germany, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy and Poland, which together represent 70% of EU production.

For July 2013, the average price per tonne of milk was 362 euros in France, 368 in Germany, 383 in Italy, 400 in the Netherlands and 312 in Slovenia, according to figures from the European Commission regulation commission.

In Europe, Denmark is leading in the production and yield per cow, with their neighbors Sweden and Finland after the close (8429, 8341 and 8058 kg / year).

European Union is the first production area with more than 150 million tonnes, followed by India and the United States. France, with 25 million tonnes, is the second dairy countries of the European Union after Germany with nearly 30 million tonnes.

The European milk market

Europe happens now leads in the consumption of dairy products. Scandinavia is a champion in the category milk. Finns can absorb some 158 liters per year! They are closely followed by Sweden (131 l) and Denmark (101 l.).

In comparison, the French consumption appears modest with 66 l. However, milk is steeped in habits: 6 out of 10 children and 4 adults in 10 drink daily.

It is leader in cheese, second for whole milk powders and fats (butter and concentrated butter) (but sharp decline compared to New Zealand) and is shared key market skim milk powder with the United States and New Zealand.

Overall, 9% of EU milk is exported in the recent years.

Organic milk in Europe

In 2010, the European collection of organic milk exceeded 2.9 billion liters (7% compared to 2009). More than two thirds were produced by Germany, the UK, Denmark and Austria.

European milk brands

Austrian milks brands

Austrian milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Austrian

Belgian milk brands

Belgian Milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Belgium

British milk brands

British milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in the UK

Danish milk brands

Danish milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Denmark

Dutch milk brands

Dutch milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in the Netherlands

German milk brands

German Milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Germany

Finnish milk brands

Finnish milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Finland

French milk brands

French milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in France

Irish milk brands

Irish milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Ireland

Italian milk brands

Italian milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Italy

Norwegian milk brands

Norwegian milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Norway

Polish milk brands

Polish milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Poland

Russian milk brands

Russian milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Russia

Spanish brands of milk

Spanish milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Spain

Swedish milk brands

Swedish milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Sweden

Swiss milk brands

Swiss Milks  Link toward the page of dairy brands in Switzerland


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