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Recently published results from the Environment Agency in the Climate Change Agreement biennial progress report show that the dairy sector has achieved an 18.05% energy efficiency improvement since 2008.
It has been a very busy year here at Dairy Industries International headquarters, with a flurry of shows and events throughout the year keeping us out and about, from Nantwich to Frankfurt to Chicago.
The Dairy Market Development Forum, made up of Dairy UK and AHDB, has launched a campaign to remind people of their love of dairy.
Dairy conferences always give me plenty to think about and avenues to pursue, and the World Dairy Summit in Belfast, hosted by Dairy UK and the International Dairy Federation, was no different.
Speaking at the International Dairy Federation (IDF) World Dairy Summit in Belfast, industry leaders provided a clear indication that the future for dairy is bright in emerging markets, particularly in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Dairy UK has published the White Paper report for 2017 which details the opportunities and challenges that the industry is facing over issues such as Brexit and consumer confidence in dairy foods.
The crucial role that dairy can play in teenage diets will be a key debate at the forthcoming International Dairy Federation’s (IDF) World Dairy Summit 2017, being held in Belfast later this month.
The UK dairy industry has endorsed The Dairy Declaration of Rotterdam, which sets out the dairy sector’s commitment to sustainability and feeding the world with safe, nutritious foods.
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.