The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland promote European dairy creams in Vietnamese market
31 January 2020
The Dairy Council for Northern Ireland is an organization established to promote the consumption of United Kingdom dairy products, and advocate their health benefits.
Dairy products from the United Kingdom are produced to the high standards of the European Union, promising to deliver products with the best quality possible. All dairy farms are registered and milk processing plants are approved by relevant enforcement authority (the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) on behalf of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) or local Authority). Comprehensive inspection programs including milk purchasing, haulage, raw milk supply, product manufacturing and distribution are carried out on a regular basis to ensure all quality and food safety standards are met.
Beside regulatory requirements, the weather and landscape of the United Kingdom means lush green grass is grown and from this high quality milk is produced and manufactures into high quality, nutritious dairy products. Dairy cows consume grass as their main source of nutrition.
Dairy farms in the United Kingdom are family owned, passing from one generation to the next. The milk processing facilities are mainly owned and managed by farmers’ co–operatives, extending this ownership ethos throughout the supply chain.
Some of the leading brands within the DCNI are available in up to 80 countries, and pride themselves in producing dairy–based products with utmost care. Dairy companies from the United Kingdom always set high standards and ensure that all requirements are met.
For example, some products have been present in Vietnam for many years and are used by many famous food service outlets and food manufacturers throughout Vietnam.
About Dairy Council for Northern Ireland
Located in Belfast, the Dairy Council for Northern Ireland acts on behalf of the dairy industry, promoting the natural goodness and quality of the United Kingdom milk and dairy products. Dairy Council for Northern Ireland plays an important role in convincing the public to dairy products consumption through useful information including researches, scientific experiment, seminar, and supporting campaigns. Find out more about Dairy Council for Northern Ireland at www.dairycouncil.co.uk