European Dairy Association
A letter signed by several multinational companies including Unilever and Nestlé asks that the European Parliament reconsider some of its premises, including current provisions ensuring the words “milk”, “cheese”, “yoghurt”, “butter” or “whey” are used exclusively for products that contain dairy milk.
Things have changed a lot since the beginning of the year, to say the least. One of these changes, due to coronavirus, has been the rise of the virtual conference and webinars. Events managers are working hard to make online conferences and sessions to grab the online viewers’ interests.
The European Dairy Association (EDA) has called for an unprecedented level of pragmatism to the upcoming negotiation rounds on the EU-UK future relationship.
The European Dairy Association together with 12 other EU associations is calling on the EU and US to de-escalate ongoing aircraft disputes and remove tariffs on targeted sectors not directly related to the aircraft case.
Germany will take over the rotating EU Council Presidency in July 2020 and it has a lot on its plate, with the Covid-19 induced crisis, climate change, and a troubled global trade environment.
After 25 years at the service in and for the European lactosphère, the deputy secretary general of the European Dairy Association (EDA) and secretary general of European Whey Processors Association (EWPA), Bénédicte Masure will take her retirement.
The coronavirus pandemic and its impact on international travel have forced the European Dairy Association to change the annual conference from a physical gathering in Madrid to a video conference on 20 November.
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.
Across the European Union (EU28), there are 700,000 dairy farms, 12,000 milk processing sites and more than 300,000 people working in the sector. The dairy sector is the industrial and societal backbone of rural Europe in the EU27 as much as in the UK, the European Dairy Association reminds everyone in its dairy framework document, released on 31 January.
The European Dairy Association has released a ‘factsheet’ detailing how the European Dairy Sector is playing a role in fulfilling the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).