IDFA’s Michael Dykes: Misleading Claims Link Cheese to Cancer

November 7, 2019 Michael Dykes, IDFA, Medium

“Activist groups looking to promote plant-based diets and destroy the dairy industry and the livelihoods of dairy farmers everywhere have targeted cheese with their unproven, misleading claims that cheese is linked to breast cancer.”

IDFA Highlights Dairy Industry’s Culture of Safety During OSHA’s Safe and Sound Week

The International Dairy Foods Association is participating in Safe and Sound Week, a nationwide event held each August by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that recognizes the success of workplace safety and health programs. In 2019, IDFA is highlighting the dairy industry’s year-round culture of safety that keeps nearly 1 million employees safe and healthy on the job.

IDFA Seeking Nominations for 2020 Food Safety Leadership Award

The award, now in its fourth year, will honor an individual from our membership who demonstrates outstanding leadership toward enhancing food safety within the dairy products industry. The award alternates between honoring companies or groups in odd years and individuals in even years.

IDFA Announces Inaugural NextGen Leadership Class, Prepares Future Leaders for Dairy Industry

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) today announced the roster of the inaugural NextGen Leadership Class, a group of 13 up-and-coming professionals in the dairy industry who have been identified by their companies as tomorrow’s industry leaders.

Statement from IDFA President and CEO Michael Dykes on USMCA Press Conference at U.S. Chamber of Commerce

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) issued the following statement from Michael Dykes, D.V.M., president and CEO, on the USMCA press conference held today by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.