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Dairy UK has said that the environmental and nutritional contribution of the dairy sector has been willfully misrepresented following the publication of a report urging reduced consumption of dairy products.
Dairy UK has issued the following comment in response to the Prime Minister’s speech at Mansion House, on the UK’s future relationship with the EU.
The UK dairy industry is an interlinked part of the EU dairy chain.
A news items on Radio 4 recently discussed how people’s trust in social media news has fallen, and that traditional outlets such as the BBC and newspapers are seeing a resurgent increase in trust as news sources.
Dairy UK, AHDB and The Dairy Council have launched a joint initiative to help farmers communicate the nutritional benefits of dairy to consumers.
Dairy UK has welcomed the publication of the government’s 25 Year Environment Plan and supports its aim to deliver an environmentally sustainable future.
Welcome to 2018! I did eat too much cheese but it was quality – Tunworth is a particularly notable one. Also had a fair bit of creamy Lancashire as I was in the neighbourhood up in Preston.
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.