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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Home
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Site map.. Copyright.. Disclaimer.. Privacy policy.. Follow Dairy UK on Facebook.. Follow Dairy UK on Twitter.. Search Dairy UK Pages:.. " class="inputboxSearch" type="text" size="20" value="search.. " onblur="if(this.. value=='') this.. value='search.. ';" onfocus="if(this.. value=='search.. ') this.. value='';" />.. " class="buttonSearch" onclick="this.. form.. searchword.. focus();"/>.. Or search our document.. Library.. About Dairy UK.. Media area.. Policies.. Industry data.. For consumers.. Links.. Membership.. Contact Us.. Environmental.. Consultations.. Videos.. Members area.. Latest Press Releases.. DAIRY UK LAUNCHES INNOVATIVE NEW TV SITE.. DAIRYDEBATE.. CO.. UK - A NEW FORUM FOR THE DAIRY INDUSTRY.. BRITAIN’S MILKMEN ARE THE £3OO MILLION CORNER SHOP ON WHEELS.. BILLY  ...   Tune into Dairy UK TV here.. Now Playing on DairyUK.. Legendairy! A message from Dairy Australia.. The Dairy Council Milk Race 2013 - Highlights.. The Dairy Council Milk Race 2013 - Ride the course!.. Welcome to DairyUK.. Twitter.. 30 places already snapped up for Dairy UK's Growth Agenda seminar.. Details from.. http://t.. co/pEUJ4MZhqa.. by.. Dairy UK.. Another 20 places taken up for Dairy UK's Annual Dinner on 26 June.. Book your place now:.. Many places already snapped up for Dairy UK's Growth Agenda Seminar on 26th June.. Email aborenius.. @dairyuk.. org now to book your place.. Return to Dairy UK homepage..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Site map
    Descriptive info: Main Menu.. Who we are.. Mission Statement.. Our structure.. The Board.. Farmers Forum.. Voice of the industry.. Business services.. Industry Promotion.. Archive Press Releases.. Newsletters.. Publications.. Milk Industry magazine.. Events.. Farming Issues.. Media contact.. DG's blog.. Conference Booking Form.. Annual Dinner Booking Form.. Health Safety.. Environment.. Nutrition.. CAP reform and WTO.. Competitiveness.. Farming.. Animal Health and Welfare.. Food prices.. Milk production.. Milk utilisation.. Key figures.. What's in dairy?.. Nutrition and health.. Allergy information.. Storage and preparation.. Recipe ideas.. Find me a Milkman.. Video: Dairy UK talks to Scottish Cabinet Secretary Richard Lochhead at AgriScot.. CATHERINE LASCURETTES of the Irish Farmers' Association talks to Dairy UK about how to exploit  ...   Country of Origin Labelling.. Video: Dairy UK speaks to David Alvis about dairy farms.. Video: Dairy UK talks to Veterinary Surgeon Dick Sibley about Johne's Disease.. Video: Rex Ward discusses how the dairy industry is addressing Johne's Disease.. Video: Dairy UK Director General Jim Begg talks about the Voluntary Code of Best Practice.. Video: Dairy UK talks to new EDA President Michel Nalet.. Video: Fresh Start Dairy Academy Interview.. Video: Dairy UK talks to George Davey Am, IDF Lifetime Achievement Award winner.. Video: Dairy Uk talks to EDA Director General Joop Kleibeuker on future EU Dairy policies.. Video: New IDF President says Milk is The Gold Standard for the World..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Copyright
    Descriptive info: Copyright.. The contents of these pages are Dairy UK Limited.. Dairy UK allows the copying or incorporation into any other work of part, or all, of the material available on this website in any form, provided it is used for information purposes and not for commercial gain.. Where information from this website is copied or incorporated, whether by an individual or by an organisation, Dairy UK requires that the source should be cited as Dairy UK.. These conditions also apply to third parties making use of information sourced from this website..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Disclaimer
    Descriptive info: Disclaimer.. Dairy UK endeavours to ensure that the information on the Website is correct, but the Company does not warrant the accuracy and completeness of the material on the Website.. The material on the Website is updated from time to time without notice.. We may not have the opportunity to update material on a timely basis accordingly some or all of the material  ...   material.. The material on the Website is provided as is , without any conditions, warranties or other terms of any kind.. Accordingly, to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Company provides you with the Website on the basis that the Company excludes all representations, warranties, conditions and other terms which, but for this legal notice, might have effect in relation to the Website..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Privacy policy
    Descriptive info: DAIRY UK ("We") are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.. This policy sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us.. Please read the following carefully to understand our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we will treat it.. For the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998 ("the Act"), the data controller is Dairy UK Limited of 93 Baker Street, London W1U 6QQ.. Our nominated representative for the purpose of the Act is Simon Bates.. INFORMATION WE MAY COLLECT FROM YOU.. We may collect and process the following data about you:.. Information that you provide by filling in forms on our site www.. dairyuk.. org ("our site").. This includes information provided at the time of registering as a member of Dairy UK in order to gain increased access to our site, registering for conferences and training programmes, or posting comments on our forum.. We may also ask you for information when you report a problem with our site.. If you contact us, we may keep a record of that correspondence.. We may also ask you to complete surveys that we use for research purposes, although you do not have to respond to them.. Details of your visits to our site including, but not limited to, traffic data, location data, weblogs and other communication data and the resources that you access.. IP ADDRESSES AND COOKIES.. We may collect information about your computer, including where available your IP address, operating system and browser type, for system administration and to report aggregate information to our advertisers.. This is statistical data about our users' browsing actions and patterns, and does not identify any individual.. For the same reason, we may obtain information about your general internet usage by using a cookie file which is stored on the hard drive of your computer.. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer's hard drive.. They help us to improve our site and to deliver a better and more personalised service.. They enable us:.. To estimate our audience size and usage pattern.. To store information about your preferences, and so allow us to customise our site according to your individual interests.. To speed up your searches.. To recognise you when you return to our site.. You may refuse to accept cookies by activating the setting on your browser which allows you to refuse the setting of cookies.. However, if you select this setting you may be unable to access certain parts of our site.. Unless you have adjusted your browser setting so that it will refuse cookies, our system will issue cookies when you log on to our site.. Please note that our advertisers may also use cookies, over which we have no control.. WHERE WE STORE YOUR PERSONAL DATA.. The data that we collect from you may be transferred to, and stored at, a destination outside the European Economic Area ("EEA").. It may also be processed by staff operating outside the EEA, who work for us or for one of our suppliers.. Such staff may be engaged in, among other things, the provision of support services.. By submitting your personal data, you agree to this transfer, storing or processing.. We will take all steps reasonably necessary to  ...   electronic means (e-mail or SMS) with information about dairy-related news, information or products similar to those which you have expressed an interest in.. If you are a new member, and where we permit selected third parties to use your data, we (or they) will contact you by electronic means only if you have consented to this.. If you do not want us to use your data in this way, or to pass your details on to third parties in the dairy industry, please tick the relevant box situated on the form on which we collect your data (the registration form).. DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION.. We may disclose your personal information to any member of our group, which means our subsidiaries, our ultimate holding company and its subsidiaries, as defined in section 1159 of the UK Companies Act 2006.. We may disclose your personal information to third parties:.. In the event that we sell or buy any business or assets, in which case we may disclose your personal data to the prospective seller or buyer of such business or assets.. If Dairy UK or substantially all of its assets are acquired by a third party, in which case personal data held by it about its customers will be one of the transferred assets.. If we are under a duty to disclose or share your personal data in order to comply with any legal obligation and other agreements; or to protect the rights, property, or safety of Dairy UK, our members, or others.. This includes exchanging information with other companies and organisations for the purposes of fraud protection and credit risk reduction.. YOUR RIGHTS.. You have the right to ask us not to process your personal data for marketing purposes.. We will usually inform you (before collecting your data) if we intend to use your data for such purposes or if we intend to disclose your information to any third party for such purposes.. You can exercise your right to prevent such processing by checking certain boxes on the forms we use to collect your data.. You can also exercise the right at any time by contacting us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Our site may, from time to time, contain links to and from the websites of our, advertisers, affiliates and other organisations relevant to the dairy industry.. If you follow a link to any of these websites, please note that these websites have their own privacy policies and that we do not accept any responsibility or liability for these policies.. Please check these policies before you submit any personal data to these websites.. ACCESS TO INFORMATION.. The Act gives you the right to access information held about you.. Your right of access can be exercised in accordance with the Act.. Any access request may be subject to a fee of £10 to meet our costs in providing you with details of the information we hold about you.. CHANGES TO OUR PRIVACY POLICY.. Any changes we may make to our privacy policy in the future will be posted on this page.. CONTACT.. Questions, comments and requests regarding this privacy policy are welcomed and should be addressed to Kirk Hunter, Dairy UK, 93 Baker Street, London W1U 6QQ or by telephone at 020 7486 7244..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - About Dairy UK
    Descriptive info: Dairy UK represents the interests of the entire dairy supply chain including farmers, producer co-operatives, manufacturers of dairy products, and processors and distributors of liquid milk throughout the United Kingdom.. This supply chain approach is unique within the global dairy industry.. Between them Dairy UK's  ...   Dairy UK was established on 1 October 2004 and has offices in London,.. Edinburgh.. and.. Belfast.. , employing 21 staff.. For more details about Dairy UK, please select a topic from the submenu above left.. White Paper 2012.. Read Dairy UK’s analysis of the industry here..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Media area
    Descriptive info: 24.. May.. 2013.. DairyUK.. TV, an internet-based TV Channel that highlights the role of the dairy industry, was unveiled at a press briefing in London today.. Jim Begg, Director General of Dairy UK, introduced the project.. He said: "At Dairy UK, communications is at the heart of everything we do.. The development of our own internet TV channel is an innovative new way of communicating with the people we want to reach - politicians, the media and everyone involved in our industry.. "Video on the internet is growing 50% year on year.. It is estimated that by 2015, 91% of all internet traffic will be video.. Video content is also fast becoming the preferred way to digest information.. Statistics show that 80% of people watching video content are more likely to remain engaged to the end, compared with 20% reading written material.. TV will ensure that we are taking full advantage of all technology at our disposal to engage with these audiences in a modern and accessible format.. ".. Chairman Billy Keane commented: "DairyUK.. TV has the potential to become a key resource for everyone in the industry; it is a place that we can host content from people across the world and stream conferences live for interested parties wherever they can get online.. This is a very exciting development for Dairy UK and I look forward to tuning in with you.. TV will feature channels for News, Markets and Data, Farming, Nutrition, Product Development, Conferences, the Environment and the Dairy Debate.. Each channel will host series of videos relating to the topic.. Dairy UK hopes to host not only its own content on the site but also include videos from other sources that would be relevant for their audiences.. TV will complement the existing Dairy UK website, and the two will be interlinked.. Continue Reading.. Dairy UK announced today the launch of the Dairy Debate website.. The first debate, focusing on the EU and market management, will go live on Tuesday, May 28th at 12 noon at www.. DairyDebate.. co.. uk Dairy Debate is an independent online platform set up to promote discussion and debate on issues facing the industry.. A question will be posed by the moderators, together with opinion pieces from three leading experts.. Visitors to the site can then take part in the conversation and share their views.. Jim Begg, Director General of Dairy UK, said: “Our objective is to promote debate and discussion.. We want this to be a safe place for the industry to comment on the problems we face.. “It is essentially an independent barometer for views and opinions throughout the supply chain.. Experts will give their views on the issue at hand, but the really interesting material is what will be generated by the industry stakeholders and the public.. ”.. Commentary for the first debate over whether or not the EU should engage in market management will include a statement by Kimberly Crewther from Fonterra making the case for total liberalisation, The European Milk Board case in support of market management, and an alternative approach put forward by Peter Dawson at Dairy UK.. Though created by Dairy UK, DairyDebate.. uk is a stand-alone website to which anybody and everybody can contribute their thoughts and ideas.. Topics and answers will be moderated by Dairy UK and anything illegal or offensive will be removed, but that will be Dairy UK’s only involvement.. The site will also host a back catalogue of past debates.. April.. Britain’s milkmen are delivering more than £300 million worth of dairy products and household necessities.. The milkman has become ‘the corner shop on wheels’ for more than two million homes, the Dairy UK Doorstep Delivery conference in Haydock Park heard today.. Simon Bates, Dairy UK Communications Director, said: “The doorstep business is extremely proud of the role it plays in the local community, especially amongst the most vulnerable groups, particularly the elderly.. This is apparent through the feedback the industry receives through many thousands of customer comments.. “Doorstep delivery is a great British tradition dating from the 19th Century and while the market has changed over the years, many milkmen are still considered to be cornerstones of their local communities.. One dairyman has claimed he has more milkmen on the streets in parts of a large city than there are policemen!”.. Today’s conference heard from milkmen who have been maintaining or expanding their businesses, and actively developing and growing their customer base.. Despite challenging market conditions, these innovative dairymen are driving their businesses forwards by:.. • Developing internet ordering, order changes, promotions and sales.. • Using their websites and social media to communicate and develop relationships with existing and potential customers.. • Local advertising and promotional campaigns, sometimes including local radio, events in shopping centres, leaflets, goods promotions and media advertising.. • Introducing electronic payment methods and, of course, providing high levels of customer care and promoting their “local” credentials.. “Britain’s milkmen are widely respected as trusted food suppliers,” said Bates “and with continuing innovations in product lines and ordering/payment systems, are also undoubtedly providing a home delivery service for the 21st century.. ”.. ENDS.. Some interesting facts about today’s doorstep delivery service:.. • Milkmen serve on average 475 customers per round.. • On average milkmen stock around 245 products – not just milk, cream and bread, but very often a range of household necessities from eggs to bin liners and kitchen foil, to fruit juice, potatoes, snacks and pet food.. • Many milkmen also often offer a range of heavy and bulky items, with garden compost very popular, along with bags of gritting salt in the winter.. • A returnable glass milk bottle makes an average of 20 round trips on the doorstep, and around 80% of doorstep milk is delivered in the glass bottle, with 20% delivered in plastic bottles.. • 46% of doorstep milk is still delivered on electric milk floats, with the remaining deliveries, especially in more isolated and rural areas, made with diesel vehicles.. Customers can search for a local milkman through the dedicated website – www.. findmeamilkman.. net.. 25.. March.. The Dairy UK Board has confirmed the appointment of Billy Keane as its Chairman.. At the forefront of the dairy industry for many years as Managing Director of one of the country’s largest dairy companies, Robert Wiseman Dairies, Billy brings enormous experience and business acumen to his new role.. He has a practical understanding of working with all parts of the dairy supply chain and a deep awareness of both the challenges and opportunities facing the sector.. Commenting on his appointment, Billy Keane said: “Collaboration remains key within our industry and I will endeavour to ensure that Dairy UK continues to pursue this approach to addressing industry issues.. “The Voluntary Code of Practice on milk contracts is giving the industry a platform to build trust and deal with issues in a united manner.. This opportunity should be maximised.. “Innovation is undoubtedly the way forward in my view and the industry needs to do more collaboratively to make the most of the positive underlying trends.. “I would like to pay tribute to Neil Kennedy, not just for the invaluable leadership that he has provided to this organisation over the last six months, a period that has not been without its challenges, but for his immense contribution from when he first joined the Board back in June 2008.. “My intention is to continue the good work done by Neil and his predecessor, Robert Wiseman.. “My tenure as Chairman of Dairy UK has been only brief” said Mr Kennedy, “but as I have now left the dairy industry and as I am getting increasingly involved in other projects, I feel that now is the time to stand aside.. “I am delighted that Billy Keane has agreed to take up the reins.. He brings a lot to the role of Chairman of Dairy UK.. I wish him every success in his new position.. Billy has held senior positions in a number of businesses, most recently as Group Finance Director and Managing Director with Robert Wiseman Dairies PLC, where he was involved from 1994 until the recent takeover by Muller Dairies.. He received a Special Achievement Award in the 1996 Scottish Financial Director of the Year competition, is a past-chairman of the Group of Scottish Finance Directors, and was a  ...   the Federation House Commitment (FHC), we need effective partnerships.. As a result, I am delighted that Dairy UK has become an official partner.. This will help to reduce water consumption further, saving businesses money and helping conserve an important natural resource.. ".. 11.. December.. 2012.. DAIRY UK WELCOMES GOVERNMENT’S PREFERRED OPTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING THE DAIRY PACKAGE IN ENGLAND.. Commenting today on the announcement of Government consultation on the implementation of the Dairy Package in England, Dairy UK Director General Jim Begg said: “Everyone involved in the negotiations that resulted in the agreement of the Voluntary Code of Practice recognises that the principles set out in the Code provide a strong basis for the future evolution of industry contractual relationships, avoiding the need for regulation.. “We agree with the Minister’s view that this important initiative now needs time to be put in place and its effects evaluated.. It is definitely a constructive way forward for the industry.. Producer Organisations may potentially provide a new opportunity for producers collectively to market their milk.. “We will seek to co-operate with Defra and the industry to progress collaborative work in this area so that those Producer Organisations that do emerge are viable and can make a positive contribution to the supply chain,” explained Begg.. 26.. November.. CAP REFORM PRESENTS DAIRY WITH MIXED BAG.. Dairy UK has published a briefing for decision makers and opinion formers on CAP Reform and says that the current round of proposals presents a mixed bag of threats and opportunities for the UK dairy industry.. Commenting on the publication of the new Dairy UK Policy Briefing, Director General Jim Begg said: “We are now at the business end of the current round of proposals and in summary they are a mixed bag for our industry.. “The importance of CAP Reform to the United Kingdom dairy industry cannot be overstated.. It provides the framework within which the industry, and its competitors, operates.. It can act as a brake, or an accelerator, on the sector.. It has the potential to encourage, or distort, competition and it can reduce, or create, inequalities.. Some of the key points made by Dairy UK include:.. The Commission’s proposals give too much emphasis to winning continued political support for the CAP at the risk of missing an opportunity to address the real challenges of the future.. Dairy farmers in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will be disproportionately affected by a move away from historic payments to flat-rate regional payments.. The proposal for capping payments will act as a brake on industry restructuring and should be withdrawn.. Environmental measures are best delivered through targeted initiatives.. If the Commission’s proposals for greening are to be taken forward they need to be significantly amended to make them practical and deliverable.. Coupled payments, which link aid to production, could provide short term transitional support but they should be time limited to prevent distortion to competition.. The CAP must continue to provide an effective safety net for addressing extremes of downward price volatility.. The UK’s share of Rural Development funds needs to be increased to address the historic shortfall in the UK’s allocation.. Begg continued: “The Policy Briefing sets out our views, but we’re also interested in the opinions of other stakeholders, so we hope that this document acts as a catalyst for feedback and debate.. 29.. October.. VOLUNTARY CODE OF PRACTICE AGREED FOR NORTHERN IRELAND.. Dairy UK (NI) and the Ulster Farmers’ Union have agreed a voluntary Code of Practice for contractual relationships between suppliers and purchasers of milk in Northern Ireland.. This voluntary Code is based on a similar Code that was developed and agreed by the industry in Great Britain as part of the outworking of the EU Dairy Package.. In developing this Code both Dairy UK (NI) and UFU were mindful of the need to reflect the local circumstances in Northern Ireland.. Commenting on the Northern Ireland document, Dairy UK (NI) Director Dr Mike Johnston said, “Agreement of this voluntary Code of Practice for NI means that an important element of the EU Dairy Package, namely contractual relationships between suppliers and purchasers of milk, has now been addressed within the UK as a whole.. And just as important, it has been achieved by the dairy supply chain working on a co-operative, voluntary basis rather than through a legislative approach by Government.. Speaking on behalf of the UFU, Deputy President Ian Marshall said “This is a first yet significant step for the Northern Ireland Dairy Industry.. By setting out good practice for contracts between producers and processors, the Voluntary Code aims to improve trust and transparency between producers and processors.. The expectation is that the Voluntary Code will work alongside the recommendations of Agri-Food Strategy Board, ensuring that our dairy industry is able to adapt and grow whilst meeting the challenges ahead.. Notes for Editors: As in Great Britain, final implementation of the voluntary code of practice will be subject to legal approval.. Contacts for further information:.. Dr Mike Johnston, Dairy UK (NI) Director: tel 02890 770116, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. 23.. DAIRY UK RESPONSE TO POSPONEMENT OF BADGER CULL TRIALS.. Dairy UK is disappointed at the postponement of the badger cull trials.. A pragmatic, science based approach to tackling Bovine TB remains the correct approach and it is frustrating for all involved that the pilots cannot go ahead effectively at this stage.. We support efforts to ensure the pilots proceed at the earliest opportunity.. Healthy dairy cows and a healthy badger population is the objective in seeking to eradicate Bovine TB.. 10.. CONFERENCE RECOGNISES REAL PROGRESS ON JOHNE’S DISEASE.. The UK dairy industry is now positively addressing the issue of Johne’s disease in cattle.. This is a direct result of progress in awareness and understanding of the disease over the course of the last two years.. Speaking at the Dairy UK/DairyCo Johne’s Disease Conference in Worcester today, Dairy UK Technical Director Ed Komorowski said: “Almost one quarter of dairy herds in GB have now engaged in a Johne’s management programme, which is an enormous step forward on where we were two years ago.. Dr Komorowski explained that there had been huge strides made in measuring the prevalence and economic importance of the disease.. “We can now quantify, based on a large number of test results, the reduction in milk yield, the effect on somatic cell counts, increased infertility and premature culling resulting from Johne’s disease in the dairy herd” he said.. “The challenge for the industry now is to establish and implement farm management procedures which take Johne’s into account.. These need to cost effective and robust enough to make an impact” said Komorowski.. “Doing nothing is not an option, because the situation will only deteriorate.. What is required is a long term commitment.. 03.. PUBLICATION OF VOLUNTARY CODE OF BEST PRACTICE A LANDMARK EVENT SAYS DAIRY UK.. Dairy UK Director General Jim Begg described today’s publication of the industry Voluntary Code of Best Practice on Contractual Arrangements as a landmark event.. “The Code should give dairy farmers confidence in their contractual arrangements and enable dairy farmers and processors to develop deeper relationships of trust and mutual understanding”, said Begg.. “We now expect publication of the Code to avoid regulation of farm contracts, which nobody wanted, and that Defra and the devolved administrations will recognise this when they consult on the implementation of the Dairy Package.. Mr Begg went on to explain that publication of the Code has been delayed slightly in order to secure the necessary legal clearance, “but we have already communicated the contents of the Code down through our membership in a series of briefing meetings.. It’s now up to individual dairy companies to take the Code forward with their supplying farmers.. “The focus for Dairy UK is now very firmly on the arrangements for implementing Producer Organisations in the UK.. This is also an important part of the Dairy Package.. It is vital for everyone in the supply chain that the industry adopts the right approach in the setting up and operation of Producer Organisations.. As with the Voluntary Code, this is another area where best results will be achieved through discussions across the supply chain.. We would be very happy to work with the farming unions in preparation for and after the Government consultation.. [.. 1.. ].. 2.. 3..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Policies
    Descriptive info: Dairy UK is an effective political lobbying group, which promotes the interests of a responsible, innovative dairy industry through a range of policies.. Our experts liaise with members and other stakeholders including Defra, the Food Standards Agency, the European Commission and a host of other industry bodies to draw up policy positions.. Key policy areas include:.. Climate change and the environment.. Nutritional benefits of dairy products.. CAP reform.. Farmer relations.. Animal welfare..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - Industry data
    Descriptive info: In this section you can find a range of key data relating to the dairy industry.. Track the latest month-by-month figures on the UK s 13.. 2 billion litre milk output, or look at EU milk production.. There s also data on what products raw milk is made into, at UK and global levels.. Utilisation figures give a clear idea of trends in the volumes of milk used for cheese, milk powders and other dairy products..

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  • Title: Dairy UK - The united voice of the dairy industry - For consumers
    Descriptive info: Looking for your local milkman?.. Wondering what cheese is made of, or searching for some dairy recipe ideas?.. Look no further!.. Here you can find detailed figures on the composition of milk, cheese and the other key dairy products.. Related documents.. Are you Proud of Dairy?.. Find me a milkman.. Milkman of the Year award..

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