Press releases for 2010
The Dairy Council press releases for 2010
Chelsea Pensioners Say “Cheese” to Herald, the Start of Christmas Cheer (7 December 2010)
The nation’s favourite veterans today began their Christmas celebrations with a tradition that dates back more than three hundred years. The Ceremony of Christmas Cheeses began in 1692 and has been supported by The Dairy Council for over 50 years.
Health professionals support The “Milk it for all it’s worth” campaign (5 October 2010)
Health professionals from across the UK gathered today, at a conference, to show their support for Milk it for all it’s worth, a three-year campaign to promote the consumption of milk among young people involved in sport.
Olympic hopefuls urge young athletes: Milk it for all its worth (27 September 2010)
London 2012 Olympic hopefuls Beth Tweddle, World Champion gymnast and BMX World Champion, Liam Phillips, today urged Britain’s young sports enthusiasts to ‘Milk it for all its worth’. Beth and Liam declared their support of the white stuff in a new campaign that aims to promote the consumption of milk in young people by highlighting the nutritional benefits of milk and being active.
Milk Leaves Low Carbon Footprint (15 September 2010)
Milk has scored top of a scientific index ranking drinks in terms of their environmental sustainability coupled with their nutritional value.
Dairy is Delivering on Fat and Salt Cuts (22 June 2010)
The Dairy Council responds to NICE report on cardiovascular disease
The Dairy Council Calls for Accessible Milk Products for Kids (18 May 2010)
A new expert panel created by The Dairy Council has alerted the dairy industry to the opportunity for developing milk based drinks that appeal to young people.
Milk Provides Nutritional Value for Money (6 April 2010)
Milk is one of the best value-for-money nutritional foods, according to extensive new research.
Scientists tried to discover the most affordable and nutritious foods by comparing nutrient content to cost.
Milk Takes Female Athletes From Strength To Strength (8 March 2010)
Until now most research on the benefit of milk to athletes was conducted among men. However, a recent study by researchers at McMasters University in Canada has shown that women too can reap the potential benefits of milk in their exercise and training regimes as much as their male counterparts.
Dairy Fairy Julia Sparkles For National Dairy Week (21 February 2010)
TV presenter Julia Bradbury turned into the Dairy Fairy yesterday to get National Dairy Week celebrations off to a sparkling start.
Beaming Julia launched a nationwide Smile for Dairy Campaign as part of National Dairy Week.
Butter can be part of a healthy diet says The Dairy Council (18 January 2010)
Calls for a ban on butter belong to the bad old days of knee-jerk nutritional science, The Dairy Council said today.