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IDF World Dairy Summit will be held in October 2014 in Tel Aviv
03/07/2014
The Summit aims to generate and organize cooperation among entities active in this sector. Topics that will be discussed at the summit will include environmental effects of dairy production, animal health and welfare, dairy policies and economics, among others

The Israeli Dairy Board will organize the IDF World Dairy Summit from October 27 – 31 this year. The event will take place in Tel Aviv – Yafo, which is the creative and innovative center of Israeli Startup Nation.

 

Israel is one of the world's leaders in agricultural technology. The country showcases cutting-edge inventions, innovative knowledge and creative solutions to many of the issues that concern global agricultural sector.

 

Similarly, the dairy industry is one of the leading sectors in Israeli agriculture. It supplies most of the domestic demand for milk and dairy products. Importing products from other nations fulfills about 20% of the demand for milk products. The Israeli market is filled with over 1,000 different products, which are healthy, innovative, tasty, and in line with other state-of-the-art global dairy industries.

 

Through this conference, the Israeli board will aim at generating and organizing cooperation among entities active in the sector. They will also look at implementing government policies regarding milk production planning and marking. It also plans to properly manage surplus milk, while improving the professional standards of the dairy industry. Alongside, it will promote the consumption of milk and dairy products and initiate research topics related to the dairy industry.

 

Among the topics covered at this summit will be environmental effects of dairy production, animal health and welfare, dairy policies and economics, human nutrition and health, food safety, dairy science and technology and dairy farming.

 

Source: IDF World Dairy Summit 2014

 

 

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