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Global demand for dairy products is rising and the popularity of nutritious dairy produce remains strong. Consumer expectations on food safety are high and food safety will be a key topic discussed in depth at the forthcoming World Dairy Summit in Belfast, 30 October- 2 November.
Today’s (27 September) World School Milk Day is being celebrated with an initiative to get primary schools across Great Britain sharing their favourite thing about milk.
Proposals for a period of transition, and protections for the Republic of Ireland and EU citizens living in the UK currently are welcome, but clarity on EU labour and farming subsidies is still needed, says Dr Judith Bryans, chief executive of Dairy UK.
Dairy UK is set to get a new chairman in the form of Paul Vernon, the CEO of Glanbia Cheese Ltd. He succeeds the very capable Dr David Dobbin in this important role, as the British dairy industry faces its most challenging years.
Dairy UK has elected Paul Vernon, chief executive of Glanbia Cheese, as its new chairman, succeeding Dr David Dobbin.
Dairy UK has issued a statement in response to the UK government’s position paper regarding the continuity of the availability of goods for the EU and the UK.
Brenda Davies has received the British Cheese Board (BCB) Industry Award at the International Cheese Awards in Nantwich, UK, the largest international cheese show.
According to BBC News, Arla has warned that the UK could face a butter and cream shortage this Christmas.
Oliver Hogan, director at CEBR, states that, “If done in the right way, many Brexit-related worries could disappear.
Phil Hogan, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, and Simon Hoare, MP and chair of the Dairy All-Party Parliamentary Group, are this year’s winners of the Dairy UK Award.
The International Farm Comparison Network has been busy analysing the world’s dairy prices, and concluded that the milk price recovery is well underway now.
On the results of the UK general election, Dr Judith Bryans, chief executive of Dairy UK, comments, “The general election result has added a further dimension of uncertainty to the situation…
The UK Dairy APPG held a second oral evidence session as part of its inquiry on skills, education and labour in the context of the Brexit negotiations, raising several issues with Immigration Minister Robert Goodwill MP.
Judith Bryans, chief executive of Dairy UK has issued a statement after the Prime Minister announced a snap general election on 8 June.