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Interim findings from Trehane Fellowship study, ‘Identifying a Strategy for the UK Dairy Industry Post-Brexit’ suggest the dairy sector will face harsh realities in the short term after leaving the EU, but could gain significant opportunities from the need for supply chains to work together and from internationalising the industry’s focus.
Tims Dairy has been voted Family Business of the Year 2017 in this year’s awards for the London and South-East region.
A Cheshire dairy wants to become the first UK company to export ESL fresh milk to China.
I was up in the beautiful, rainy Lake District this weekend for a swim. The swim didn’t go as planned – my day was cancelled and I wound up swimming a mile in choppy water on the Saturday and getting the biggest calf cramp I think I have ever had.
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 Dairy Council has announced the launch of a month long roadshow in cities across the UK, which will showcase the latest research and insights on dairy, nutrition and health.
Cheese veteran Tim Rowcliffe has been awarded the annual British Cheese Board Cheese Industry Award 2017 at the Royal Bath and West Show.
The news that the current resident of the US White House has decided to pull out of the Paris Agreement on climate change comes as no surprise to those of us who have seen the man’s work for decades in New York.
Arla farmer owners, colleagues and consumers in the UK are joining milk lovers around the globe to celebrate World Milk Day 2017.
The Milk Manifesto has been launched today in light of global celebrations of World Milk Day.
On 25-26 July, the 120th International Cheese Awards will be held in Cheshire, UK.
Arla Foods is relaunching its Apetina brand globally this summer with a new pack design to reposition the brand as the cheese to cook with, it says.
Organic milk is seeing an uptick in sales in the UK, according to a recent report from the Organic Milk Suppliers Cooperative (OMSCo).
When I am eating healthily, yogurt is one of my go-to products. In fact, I would say that yogurt features at most of my breakfast and snack times. Yes, I am older than seven and still have a snack time.
Northern Ireland’s City Cheese company gained a gold award at the recent Artisan Cheese Awards, in Melton Mowbray, for a new raw milk goat’s cheese.