Three IDF dairy champions have been honoured for their leadership, dedication, and commitment to the sector at the IDF Global Dairy Conference.
One of the things we take for granted in the world is food safety. Estimates are that one in ten people are getting sick from an ailment caused by their food, but this safety is currently neither measured nor managed.
The International Dairy Federation has launched the 4th edition of its Dairy Sustainability Outlook series, which provides new case studies to support the sector in delivering on its commitment to sustainable development.
The International Dairy Federation has released a new bulletin responding to a lack of evidence-based information about the important role of lactose as part of a healthy diet.
Registration is now open for the IDF International Symposium on nutrition and health, a fully virtual event taking place in May 2021.
The International Dairy Federation’s latest project – the development of a Global School Milk Knowledge Hub, is to be launched in early 2021.
Originally planned for May 2020 in Belgium but postponed due to the pandemic, the organisers have decided on a new approach for the leading event on non-cow’s milk.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) has announced the launch of the first certified reference materials for somatic cell counting in milk, an integral part in a joint project to establish an international reference system.
Second edition of case studies for sustainable dairying offers those involved in the field with an insight into ongoing projects and new research on sustainability of importance for the dairy sector.
The new bulletin from The International Dairy Federation (IDF) this time focuses on pastuerisation, providing an overview of some of the key technological, microbiological and nutritional aspects of milk pasteurisation