Dairy industry sets out path to a greener future

Stocks, Caroline
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/2/2008, p43
Trade Publication
The article reports that British dairy farmers, processors and retailers have set out a pioneering plan to reduce the environmental impact of milk production. The Milk Road Map, launched by junior DEFRA minister Jeff Rooker, sets out the environmental targets the dairy industry hopes to reach by 2020. The Road Map was drawn up by the Dairy Supply Chain Forum's Sustainable Consumption Task Force, which included members from DEFRA, Dairy UK and the NFU, as well as retailers and processors.


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