NZMP's Global Insights Manager, Roshena De Leon, and her team, present the top 5 trends for the dairy industry in 2019
December / January 2019
Our NZMP Marketing Director, Alex Turnbull, reflects on global dairy for 2018, reaffirming the cliche that ‘the only thing that’s certain is uncertainty’.
Michael Harvey from Rabobank, highlights some of the demand driven opportunities for cheese in Asia, along with other key dynamics of cheese supply and demand.
Dr Nic Lees, Senior Lecturer in Agribusiness Management Lincoln University, shares some of his research on how consumers globally perceive NZ food products.
Eric Morrison, Head of Risk and Commercial Solutions at NZMP, talks about market volatility, business confidence and the importance of pricing solutions.
Provenance: the story behind our food
Consumers increasingly want to know where their food is from and how it’s made. Products with a clear story about where they are from provide quality reassurance and help drive consumer decisions at the retail shelf.
2018 in review
We’ve rounded up a few of the top stories and insights around the world for Dairy in 2018
The Rise of Premiumisation
More consumers are looking for a taste of the high life and are willing to pay a premium for value-added food and beverages products.
Dairy Consumption in China
The Chinese dairy market continues to boom fuelled by the positive health perception of dairy and expansion of consumption occasions to snacking, baking & indulgence.
Affordable nutrition products continue to be relevant globally but the trend is evolving. Increasing wealth in Asia and LATAM is driving consumers to seek the best value for money, upgrading to more nutritious products.
Infant Growth and Development
Want to understand the different stages of growth and development in early childhood, and the nutrition required to support this?
Slim down to tone up
Dairy protein can help support weight and muscle management by providing a high quality source of satiating protein that can stimulate metabolism, and promote the retention and growth of muscle when consumed alongside an exercise program.
Protein is essential for lean muscle growth
We have a requirement for high quality proteins in our diet. Protein from dairy sources is an excellent product to meet our essential amino acid requirements, especially for those interested in exercise, healthy lifestyles, and ageing well.
Power your day with protein
Dairy protein can help support weight management by providing a satiating high quality source of protein, helping with appetite control whether you are interested in maintaining or reducing weight, as well as supporting sustained energy levels throughout the day.
Not all proteins are created equal
Dairy protein is a high quality complete protein available in varying formats that provide high levels of all the essential amino acids. A diet rich in dairy protein, in combination with a resistance training programme, optimises lean muscle gain and provides body composition benefits.