Press releases for 2005
The Dairy Council press releases for 2005
Chelsea Pensioners enjoy a festive celebration of British cheeses (21 December 2005)
Chelsea Pensioners were getting into the Christmas spirit with the help of British cheesemakers at The Dairy Council’s annual Ceremony of the Christmas Cheeses on December 7.
Hemel Hempstead fire - milk supplies safe (12 December 2005)
The dairy industry today welcomed reassurance from the Food Standards Agency that milk supplies are not under threat of contamination from the Hemel Hempstead oil depot fire.
New evidence that eating dairy could help reduce the risk of heart disease (13 October 2005)
Including milk, cheese and yogurt in the diet could help to reduce the risk factors that lead to heart disease, according to a new study from Iran.
CLA found in dairy could help postmenopausal women concerned about their bones (17 August 2005)
New research from the US has linked conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) with improved bone health for postmenopausal women. Dairy foods are good sources of CLA, a natural component of cows’ milk.
Response to Mail on Sunday article (20 June 2005)
The Dairy Council felt compelled to comment on Carole Caplin’s article on milk and dairy farming (‘Time to wean yourself off milk’ June 19) as it was both misleading and biased.
Glass of milk a day helps heart health (24 May 2005)
A glass of milk a day could help reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke, according to a team of leading experts in the field of heart research.
Skimmed milk could help men keep diabetes at bay (18 May 2005)
Low-fat dairy foods could lower a man’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study from the US.
The future's 'all white' for vending healthy drinks in schools (27 April 2005)
The future is white - the future is healthy vending machines selling a variety of milk products says The Dairy Council, who last week ran an exclusive vending seminar for the dairy industry.
Improvements to school meals welcomed but can kids find health in the corridor? (31 March 2005)
The government may be spending £280 million on improving school meals, updating canteen equipment and training staff, but don’t forget the school corridors, warns The Dairy Council.
Milk could help youngsters fight battle of the bulge (07 March 2005)
New research, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, has suggested that young children who regularly drink milk are less likely to be overweight than those who don’t.
Pancakes the 3-A-Day way! (03 February 2005)
It’s that time of year again, when pancakes are flipped all around the country on Pancake Day (February 8th). Pancakes don’t have to just be about eggs and flour though – by being creative with ingredients they can be a great way to include the three portions of dairy recommended each day.
Balance and blood pressure (20 January 2005)
A new study from Boston University School of Medicine (USA) has shown that children who eat 4 or more portions of fruit and vegetables and 2 portions of dairy products each day are more healthy than those who don’t.
Nutrients in organic milk (07 January 2005)
Initial findings from research being carried out at the Danish Institute of Agriculture are showing that, by manipulating the cows’ diet, increased levels of vitamin E and beta carotene can be produced in organic milk.
Once the post-Christmas pounds are lost how do you keep the weight off? (06 January 2005)
New research from the University of Tennessee in the USA suggests that calcium and, in particular, the calcium found in low-fat dairy products could be the secret to keeping your weight down long-term.