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European country surveys: the Netherlands


, : European country surveys: the Netherlands. Milk Industry London 95(12): 35

A brief account is given of the Dutch dairy industry. In 1990/91 there were 30 dairy companies and 95 dairy factories. Dairy sales of the top 5 companies, which are all dairy cooperatives, are tabulated. All 5 companies have numerous subsidiaries in other countries. Yoghurt consumption is the highest in Europe and sales of low-fat milk have increased considerably.

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