The dairy crisis has been predicted to finally end in late 2018, resulting in a “battle” between Saputo and Fonterra milk processors says Rabobank. In a new report into the Australian dairy industry,...

A new era in food delivery is rapidly emerging says a new report from Rabobank. According to the ‘Food Delivery 2.0’ report, the idea of browsing the supermarket is increasingly irrelevant to some...

Applications are now open for the first 2016 FoodBytes! Summit to be held in Brooklyn New York on 3 March 2016.   Organised by food and agriculture bank Rabobank, the summit aims to bring food industry...

The traditionally low-cost pasture-based dairying regions, such as Australia, have lost their cost advantage as input prices have risen, and now compete on the global market with a similar cost of production...

The Board of Victorian-based dairy company Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory (WCB) has unanimously recommended that its shareholders accept a takeover bid from Canadian dairy company Saputo. The offer...

A report sourced from Rabobank will show that retail milk discounting and price pressures on dairy suppliers is a worldwide phenomenon and not just confined to Australia. Rabobank senior analyst Michael...

International financial service provider, Rabobank, has said that US retailer food brands will increase by 25 – 30 per cent within the next decade. The recent report, “What Would Apple Do? How Can...

The Australian dairy sector has little to fear from an estimated nine billion additional litres of milk expected to “flood” the global market once European dairy quotas are fully lifted in 2015, according...

A report by Rabobank’s global Food and Agribusiness and Advisory department on 3 February, 2012 has forecast strong but uneven growth in world dairy products. In the report, Rabobank stated that “the...

The 2011 total winter wheat crop is expected to be Australia’s third-largest on record, according to a new industry report released by specialist agribusiness bank, Rabobank. Rabobank estimates the wheat...