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Take a different approach to water use to safeguard your future

13 May 2019

Water supply challenge can be easily shrugged off by us Brits as an issue associated with ‘other countries’, but increasingly hot, dry years means it’s an issue of growing relevance. As one of the hottest summers on record, last year was also one of the most challenging for everyone involved in food production in the UK. Although it can be easy declare it a one-off, last year’s drought was not stand alone. The Head of the Environment Agency, Sir James Bevan put out a stark statement recently, warning that within the next 25 years, England...

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Lisa Williams

Dairy Industry Woman of the Year Award 2019

16 April 2019

 Do you know someone who connects with the industry and the public? Do they inspire you or others? Do they share their experience and knowledge? Why not nominate them for the Dairy Industry Woman of the Year Award? Women in Dairy are delighted to announce the return of the Dairy Industry Woman of the Year Award. This award celebrates the achievements of women in the British dairy industry. We’re looking for someone who demonstrates the Women in Dairy values of Connect, Share, Inspire.  Examples: Connect through social...

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Matt Brennan

Supply Chain Needs To React To Consumer Demands For Traceability

03 April 2019

 Go back just a few years, and it was almost unheard of for people to post a photo of the food they were eating on social media. Today it’s commonplace for consumers to publicise the great steak they’re sampling in a local pub or a lavish afternoon tea they’re eating with friends.It highlights the growing importance consumers place on the food they’re eating and their willingness to adopt technologies in every day life. It’s something the whole supply chain can ill-afford to ignore.  Consumers care about where their food is from...

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