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Global Dairy Trade Price Index Falls 3.5%, Seventh Consecutive Drop

Published on Nov 21 2018 2:50 PM in Supply Chain tagged: Butter / Milk / Cheddar / Global Dairy Trade

Global Dairy Trade Price Index Falls 3.5%, Seventh Consecutive Drop

The Global Dairy Trade price index fell by 3.5% during the latest auction, continuing its downward trend.

Prices have been falling since May, with this auction’s selling price at $2,727 per tonne.

It represents the seventh consecutive month where the average price index has fallen, ever since it reported a flat growth in August.

This event reported the biggest drop in the GDT price index since 21 August.

That was preceded by 4 months of consecutive decreases.

Price Index

Cheddar and Lactose saw their prices increase somewhat, by 0.2% and 1.1% respectively to $3,252 per tonne and $920 per tonne.

Butter fell by 9.6% to $3,637 per tonne, Skim Milk Powder fell by 1.6% to $1965 per tonne and Whole Milk Powder fell by 1.8% to $2,599 per tonne.

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