The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers has summarised the UK government’s guidelines for working safely during Covid-19 into nine key steps for dairy farmers.
Through Bord Bia’s new Grass Fed Standard, Irish dairy processors will now be able to provide verifiable proof that the milk used in products and ingredients has come from grass fed cows.
The European Dairy Association (EDA) says it is grateful to the EU Commissioner following the recent announcement that exceptional measures would be opened by the EU Commission to support the dairy sector in Europe.
The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) has issued a set of guidelines to assist dairy farmers in safeguarding their workforce, as cases of coronavirus continue to increase.
The new logo addresses a number of the challenges that the British food and farming industry face – clearly differentiating to consumers the food which has been carefully produced to world-leading standards, to ensure that it is safe and fully traceable.
ACE has released a statement in support of the European Commission proposal on the EU Climate Law aimed at reaching climate neutrality by 2050.
The Nordic Dairy Congress, which is running from 27-29 May 2020 in Malmö, Sweden, is offering an early bird reduction in registration price until 15 March.
When the “We should not export our problems” campaign was launched last year, the issue of fat-filled milk powder being exported to Africa at dumping prices did not figure in any way in data collection and was, therefore, given no consideration by EU policy-makers, according Silvia Däberitz of the European Milk Board (EMB).
Data published in the Climate Change Agreement Biennial Report has shown that the dairy processing sector has delivered a 21% improvement in energy efficiency between 2008 and 2018.
Reaseheath College’s food processing halls team has once again achieved the highest standards of food safety and hygiene within a food production facility.