Milk and Cream - Ireland - September 2017
Milk and Cream - Ireland - September 2017

“Milk production and sales have bounced back in 2017 from the turmoil caused by the end of the milk quotas in 2015. While milk usage among Irish consumers remains high, the potential for Brexit to interrupt milk processing on both sides of the border remains a threat to the prosperity of the market.”

– Brian O’Connor, Senior Consumer Analyst

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Overview
Executive Summary

Market

Market

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The Market – What You Need to Know
Market Size and Forecast
Market Drivers

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The Consumer – What You Need to Know
Types of Milk and Milk Substitutes Used
Types of Cream Used
Features Consumers Want in Milk
Attitudes towards Milk and Cream

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Brand/Company

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Key Players and Innovations – What You Need to Know
Who’s Innovating?
Companies and Brands

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Appendix – Data Sources, Abbreviations and Supporting Information