WHERE DREAMS COME TRUE
EUROPEAN MILK BELT

There are nine regions in the world which are famous for their dairy production. Together they produce 70% of the world’s milk supply. 

The largest dairy region can be found in Northen Europe, where ‘milky’ countries have lined up, forming the so-called "Northern European milk belt".

As you can see, the Baltic States are the part of this belt. They are our motherland — the place where our story began.

UNIQUE CLIMATE &
PRISTINE NATURE

Here in the Baltics, nature has created the perfect environment for dairy production. 

A mild climate, evenly distributed rainfall, and the proximity to the sea makes the soil here fertile and allows the cows to feed on green grass for almost the whole year.

People here take care of what they have, and keep their land clean and rich, using renewable energy and protecting the green territories.

Almost half of all energy
comes from renewable sources
36%
of the territory is covered with forests
40%
of the territory is covered by agricultural lands
3000 years of northern european Dairy heritage
Dairy farming has been Northern Europe’s main agricultural activity throughout much of its history. Even now there are plenty of small family farms, which produce milk, cream, cheese and other dairy foods manually.
  • 21th
    CENTURY
    Nowadays the dairy industry is an integral part of the economy
  • 19-20th
    CENTURIES
    Dairy industry in Northern Europe is developing rapidly, improving the technologies and expanding its sales geography
  • LATE 18th
    CENTURY
    The milkmen begin selling their dairy
  • 9 - 11th
    CENTURY
    Dairy products become an important part of daily nutrition
  • 1000 BC
    The first milk strainer is invented
  • 2000 BC
    Cattle farming appears in Northern Europe