dairy uk

 

Back in business

The overall dairy industry hasn’t been advertised on British television for the past two decades. However, this has now been rectified with the first generic dairy TV advert airing on 1 July, featuring a selection of iconic milk adverts on UK screens over the last seven decades.

It’s about transport

Late last week, both the US and the UK announced dairy assistance schemes. In the UK, Dairy UK and the Agricultural and Horticultural Development Board (AHDB) are working together to bring the industry together to identify spare processing capacity, how to stimulate demand and how production could be temporarily reduced.

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UK dairy industry joins together to manage milk supply

The British government will temporarily relax elements of UK competition law to support the dairy industry through the coronavirus outbreak. The intention is that the industry will work together to address current market challenges, avoiding waste and maintaining productive capacity to meet future demand.

Keeping up commitment

In an era when so much is divisive, dairy is joining together to ensure that the environment and its inhabitants are working on sustainable solutions.

Dairy Industries International