In New Video Series, Dairy Industry Leaders Share How to Succeed in Today’s Dynamic Food Sector

Today’s dairy leaders are redefining what it means to be sustainable businesses by elevating good business practices, developing and implementing transportation and logistics solutions, ensuring the highest standards for animal welfare, and committing to and achieving environmental stewardship throughout their supply chains.

IDFA’s New Look Website Captures Energy, Excitement in Dairy Industry

IDFA launched a new and improved website at IDFA.org. We are excited to share this new tool for advocacy, education and networking on behalf of the dairy industry. Moreover, we’re confident that the website’s new features will play an important role in times like these—when nimble, reliable communications are more important than ever.

IDFA Pleased that White House, Federal Agencies Confirm Food Industry is a “Critical Infrastructure Industry”; Additional Guidance Needed

“On behalf of the nation’s dairy industry, the International Dairy Foods Association is grateful that the Administration confirmed yesterday that the food and agricultural industry is one of the nation’s critical infrastructure industries. ”

Statement from Michael Dykes, D.V.M., President and CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association, on COVID-19 and the Availability of Dairy Products Across the Nation

Michael Dykes, D.V.M., President and CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association, released the following statement today on COVID-19 and the availability of dairy products across the nation.

Mexico Approves Advancement of Front-of-Package Warning Signs for Foods and Beverages

The new regulation will require a front-of-pack (FOP) labeling warning system with icons that highlight excessive content of calories, sugars, saturated fats, trans fats or sodium in products, and identifies caffeine- and sweetener-containing products as not recommended for children.