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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.
A recent deal secured between Bodnant, a Welsh food centre and Trader Joe’s in the US highlights two things: the continued viewing of British based dairy as a quality product, and the importance of building bridges between countries for exports.
Chief executive of Dairy UK, Judith Bryans has given a statement regarding the prime minister’s speech on the Brexit negotiations.
Ireland and Northern Ireland have always shared a land border, as well as a long common history. The issue of Brexit means this porous border, which offers free flow of trade from north to south, has to be looked at.
Resolving issues around the future of the land border with the Republic of Ireland is critical for the dairy industry, says Dairy UK.
Dairy UK says it supports British government proposals to extend the remit of the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) to cover smaller retailers and the food service.
The UK dairy industry is ready to exploit dairy trade opportunities across the globe and strengthen its position as a global dairy player, says Dairy UK.