Resources

Dairy UK produces a wide range of publications and reference documents available to members and dairy industry stakeholders.


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REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

Including the Code of Practice for the Composition and Labelling of Yogurt, the Guidance on Safe Systems for Working at Height on Milk Tankers, the Voluntary Code of Best Practice on Contractual Relationships and more.

REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS

Including the Dairy Roadmap, the Dairy All-Party Parliamentary Group's reports, the Exporting Dairy to the World report and more.

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The Dairy Roadmap 2018

on Monday, 21 May 2018. Posted in Reports & Publications

The Dairy Roadmap 2018 Page 01 The Dairy Roadmap 2018 - Showcasing 10 Years of Environmental Commitment 

This, the 10th anniversary report highlights the vast strides that have been taken both on farms and in dairies since the Dairy Roadmap was founded. Together, the British dairy sector has reported a marked improvement in its environmental footprint, not only reducing the emission of greenhouse gases, waste, and other pollutants but also improving the efficiency at which it consumes water,energy, and other resources. 

Click here to download a copy of the report. 

Guidance for the use of Antiobiotic Tests on Dairy Farms

on Thursday, 15 February 2018. Posted in Reference Documents

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Guidance on the use of antiobiotic and inhibitor tests on farm for individual cows, and where appropriate bulk vat to promote best practice and avoid milk residue violations.

 

Click here to download the guidance

The White Paper 2017

on Tuesday, 24 October 2017. Posted in Reports & Publications

THE-WHITE-PAPER-2017-CoverDairy UK sets out 'game changing' hopes and fears over Brexit, and provides an insight into the UK dairy industry.

Dairy UK have compiled The White Paper report for 2017 which details the 'game changing' opportunities and challenges which the industry is facing over issues such as Brexit and consumer confidence in dairy foods.

Dairy UK have called Brexit the most defining issue the industry has faced for generations, with The White Paper 2017 identifying what Brexit needs to deliver to safeguard the future interests of an industry that employs more than 70,000 people, and has an overall turnover of nearly £28 billion.

Click here to access the report

 

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