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Ranchers, cooperatives and industries, key pieces for rural economies of the dairy sector of Spain

Dairy
Spain
Publicado 9 de oct. de 2021

Resumen de Tridge

La Organización Interprofesional Lactea (INLAC) está firmemente comprometida con el sector lácteo, que actualmente necesita un decidido apoyo de la Administración, los puntos de venta y los consumidores para garantizar su viabilidad económica y social. Tenemos un gran sector y las cifras hablan por sí solas, ya que la cadena de producción, transformación y comercialización (vacuno, ovino y caprino) factura 13.000 millones de euros anuales y genera más de 60.000 puestos de trabajo directos.

Contenido original

And we have more than 23,000 farmers. Among the problems to be solved, the loss of value in the chain caused by the strong pressure of the distribution chains and the unstoppable increase in production costs for farmers, cooperatives and manufacturing companies, has drawn a complicated scenario that will require great efforts shared to overcome it. From INLAC we are going to continue working hard to guarantee a dignified future for the activity, not only essential as an engine for the economy and rural employment and to reverse depopulation but also to maintain landscapes and prevent forest fires. The dimensions of our sector are extraordinary. In our country, more than 8.23 million tons of milk are collected annually, mainly from cow (88.1%), sheep (6.1%) and goat (5.8%), according to MAPA data. (2019). 90.3% of cow's milk, the product with the highest figures, is produced in eight autonomous communities: Galicia (39.1%), Castilla y León (12.5%), Catalonia (10.2%), Andalusia ...
Fuente: Qcom.es
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