The Tetra Pak Index is an annual report, identifying consumer trends driving new growth opportunities for our customers around the world. It also offers industry watchers with information on the latest facts, figures and trends related to the global dairy and juice industries.
The data is collected from a variety of Tetra Pak and external sources and analysed by Tetra Pak market experts for the report.
According to the Dairy Price Index of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations, prices rose for all dairy commodities that compose the Index, and in particular for cheese, whole milk powder and butter.
China continues to have the highest average milk price, at €50 per 100kg, closely followed by Canada. Argentina has seen the highest growth in milk price, with a 46% rise between August 2015 – August 2016, New Zealand is the next highest with a 22% rise.