IDFA Welcomes Jennifer Martin, Director of External and Member Communications, and Michael Goodin, Manager of Multimedia and Digital Content

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) has named Jennifer Martin director, external and member communications, and Michael Goodin manager, multimedia and digital content, within the executive and strategic communications department. The positions are new and will focus on promoting and extending IDFA’s communications and reputation management activities with and for IDFA members and the broader dairy and food industries.

IDFA Recognizes Dairy Companies for Outstanding Achievements in Worker Safety

The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) today recognizes 45 dairy companies for their outstanding achievements in worker safety in 2019 with the IDFA Dairy Industry Safety Recognition Award. This is the sixteenth year that IDFA has sponsored this program, highlighting the outstanding workplace safety achievements of U.S. dairy companies.

New Economic Analysis of U.S. Dairy Industry Shows $ 620B in Economic Impact and 3 Million+ Jobs

In honor of National Dairy Month, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) today launched an updated version of its popular economic impact tool, Dairy Delivers®, which measures the combined impact of the dairy products industry at the national, state and Congressional district levels across the United States.

NMPF, IDFA Commend Introduction of Bipartisan School Milk Nutrition Act

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) offered their strong support for a bipartisan bill to codify into law current milk varieties that schools may offer and reaffirm the long-standing requirement that milk served in schools be fully consistent with the most recent version of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

IDFA’s Advocacy for ‘Natural Cheese’ Definition Achieves Action

The term “natural cheese”’ has been used by the U.S. cheese industry for decades, and one of IDFA’s top priorities is for Congress to include a definition of this term in federal statute to protect against consumer confusion. IDFA came closer to reaching this goal last week when Sens. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Ron Wyden (D-OR) reintroduced the Codifying Useful Regulatory Definitions (CURD) Act in the Senate.