Dairy Flash #1 - 2019

The latest news about the world of dairy...

Dairy Focus - Romanian EU Presidency

“Cohesion, a shared European value”

EDA position on potential policy applications of the Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) methodology

EDA supports the use of a common method for measuring and communicating environmental performance. The PEF method as it stands now is a good methodology for improvement calculation over time and internal assessment, as well as business-level...

Dairy Flash #22 - 2018

The latest news from the world of Dairy...

EDA Letter to EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on #SingleMarket

This morning and ahead of tomorrow’s EU Council, Michel Nalet – chair of the European Dairy Association (EDA) addressed a letter to EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker regarding recent barriers to Single Market.


EDA/Assifonte Annual Convention 2019

EU Dairy - Shaping the European landscape

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EDA calls for a swift ratification of the EU - Japan Free Trade Agreement

EU Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström has presented yesterday the outcome of negotiations for the Economic Partnership Agreement with Japan...

Fairness in the milk supply chain and Unfair Trading Practices (UTPs)

Today’s proposal by EU Commissioner Phil Hogan for a EU-wide framework on unfair trading practices in business-to-business relationships in the food supply chain reinforces the position of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

The EU dairy industry supports the sustainability commitments and the important role of the dairy sector in striving towards the development goals.

Dairy provides healthy nutrition, societal and environmental benefits and engages to further enforce all these pillars in the support of the global sustainable development goals. The European dairy sector brings three major ‘qualitative’ pillars to...

Brexit: the Future EU-UK Dairy Framework

EDA and DairyUK officially presented their joint ‘Future EU UK Dairy Framework’ to chief negotiators Michel Barnier and David Davis.