Cow milk collected in H1, up 0,6%

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Milk processors have collected by 0.6% more cow milk during the first seven months of this year, but the figures start dropping in July, National Statistics Institute (INS) data say.
 
Milk processing companies collected by 3,797 tones more cow milk, namely 0.6%, attaining 680,120 tonnes, over the first seven months of the year, compared with the same time span in the previous year. Milk consumption grew by 5,303 tonnes (4.9%), up to 113,921 tonnes, during the seven months of the year.
Sour cream consumption went up to 26,920 tonnes over the first seven months of the year compared with the same period in 2007 when it scored 1,759 tonnes (7%).
 
Yogurt and sour milk production increased by 7,704 tonnes (9.9%) compared to the same period the year before, and the butter production went up by 148 tonnes (3.3%) than during the first seven months of the last year.
Cheese production also grew by 2,111 tonnes (5.3%) vs. the same period the year before, mainly because the quantity of cheese exclusively made of cow milk, representing 91.8% of the total cheese production made, during the same time span.
 
Milk processors collected by 9,083 tonnes (8%) less milk, namely up to 104,125 tonnes in July 2008 compared with the previous month.
Consumption milk dropped by 2,342 tonnes (14.6%) attaining 13,699 tonnes in July 2008 than a month before. Consumption sour cream production went up from 3,636 tonnes in 2008 to 3,886 tonnes in July 2008, which means a growth by 250 tonnes (6.9%).
 
Yogurt and soar milk production grew by 1,258 tonnes (11.5%) in July 2008 than that of the previous month, INS data say. Butter production increased by 7 tonnes (1%) in July than in June 2008.
Cheese production dropped by 416 tonnes (6%) in July, while the cheese exclusively made of cow milk scored the same descending trend the, when it represented 88.9% of the total cheese production.
 
Milk processing companies collected by 7,845 tonnes (7%) less cow milk in July 2008, than in the same month a year before.
All dairy products scored high figures in July 2008 compared with the same month of 2007. The consumption milk quantity grew by 846 tonnes (6.6%), while the soar cream production scored 384 tonnes (11%) more in July 2008, compared with July 2007.
 
Soar milk and yogurt production went up by 970 tonnes (8.6%) than in July 2007. Butter production in July this year grew by 24 tonnes than that of the same month in 2007, while the cheese production grew by 270 tonnes (4.3%) namely from 6,229 tonnes) in July 2007 to 6,499 tonnes in July 2008.
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