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Donations will prioritize residents facing hunger as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Maple Hill Creamery gives food for residents in need

By Jim Cornall

Maple Hill Creamery, which has 150 dairy farms throughout New York State, has partnered with New York State's Department of Agriculture and Markets and nonprofit Feeding America to distribute 200,000 cartons of grass-fed organic milk and grass-fed...

Vinamilk delivered milk products to frontline doctors in Ho Chi Minh City

Vinamilk donates to coronavirus fight

By Jim Cornall

Vietnam's largest dairy producer, Vinamilk, has donated 10bn VND (around $430,000) to authorities for the purchase of medical equipment, including test reagents needed for quick coronavirus testing.

Snacks and plant-based products showed growth in Finland.

Valio issues 2019 financials

By Jim Cornall

Finnish dairy cooperative Valio Group’s net sales were €1,787m ($1.98bn) in 2019, representing 3% growth from the previous year.

The recruitment drive is due to strong consumer demand for dairy products like fresh milk, yogurts and butter.

Müller launches major recruitment drive in UK

By Jim Cornall

Müller UK & Ireland has launched a significant recruitment push for up to 300 additional key workers to help feed the UK as the country tackles the coronavirus pandemic.

“In times like this, the resilience of the human spirit is more visible than ever. It’s incredibly uplifting to see so many businesses and individuals stepping up.

Dairy donates time, money and food to the coronavirus pandemic

By Beth Newhart

The coronavirus is upending businesses and economies around the world, and the dairy sector isn't immune. While some aspects of the industry need stability and assistance, others are able to share their wealth and give back.

DFA is re-evaluating its options to submit another bid by the deadline.

DFA is no longer confirmed to purchase Dean Foods

By Beth Newhart

Though it was announced last month that Dean Foods and the Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) entered into an asset purchase agreement, that has been mutually terminated. The co-op is still in the running but is no longer the ‘stalking horse’ bidder.

The EDA is looking to the European Commission to act on several recommendations for dairy products.

EDA looks to keep dairy open despite coronavirus challenges

By Jim Cornall

In an open letter sent out to the EU Commission, European Parliament’s COM AGRI and EU Member States’ / UK Agricultural Counsellors, Alexander Anton, secretary general of the European Dairy Association (EDA), set out an assessment of the current situation...

“Do you provide paid sick leave for your employees? If not, will employees feel financially obligated to come to work even when sick?”

NMPF beefs up coronavirus resource website for dairy

By Beth Newhart

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) in the US has set up a designated website for those in the dairy industry to utilize during the health crisis. It’s updating regularly with general information, work permit templates and multimedia resources.

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