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Dr Judith Bryans, chief executive of Dairy UK has been elected president of the International Dairy Federation (IDF) at the World Dairy Summit held in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Dairy UK has called for the GCA Remit to be extended to food service companies, small retailers and wholesalers.
The International Dairy Federation (IDF) World Dairy Summit has announced it will take place from 29 October – 3 November 2017 in Belfast at the Waterfront conference centre.
Dairy UK has launched a package of new measures for the dairy industry as part of its ongoing commitment to the use of antibiotics and to delivering safe and wholesome dairy products to consumers across the UK.
Another September has ended, and with it, School Milk Day, a celebration of dairy in schools worldwide. Since its launch in 2000, World School Milk Day has grown to become an event that is celebrated in over 40 different countries around the world.
Dairy UK is celebrating World School Milk Day today and backing The Dairy Council’s initiative calling on primary schools across the UK to get moving and learn about dairy nutrition.
Milk and dairy enthusiasts, Charlie Thomas and Roseanne McEwan, have been awarded the Milkman of the Year and the Marketing & Promotion Award, in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the UK dairy industry.
The international dairy industry has had a number of charges levelled at it over the years, ranging from animal cruelty to being responsible for child obesity. Unfortunately, a recent British strategy on childhood obesity continues to cast flavoured yogurts and fromage frais in a negative light.
Trolley Team has launched new resources to increase its visibility and help the industry save up to £1.45 ($1.91) million per year.
Dr Judith Bryans, chief executive of Dairy UK has commented on the childhood obesity strategy published today.
Dr Judith Bryans, chief executive at Dairy UK has commented on the new cabinet and ministerial posts announced by Prime Minister Theresa May.
The UK dairy industry is open for business and ready to help build a stronger economy and better future, said Dairy UK chairman, Dr David Dobbin at the Dairy UK annual dinner.
Optimism can be short supply around this country lately, due to the ongoing confusion over Brexit and the inability of either of the leading parties in the government to actually govern constructively.
Three dairy champions have been recognised for their contribution to the UK industry by Dairy UK.