Dairy Products

Dairy products or milk products are a type of food produced from or containing the milk of mammals, most commonly cattle, water buffaloes, goats, sheep, and camels. Dairy products include food items such as yogurt, cheese and butter. A facility that produces dairy products is known as a dairy, or dairy factory. Dairy products are consumed worldwide, with the exception of most of East and Southeast Asia and parts of central Africa.



TNI: Transnational Institute · 30 November 2023 English

Intending to make Zanzibar a zero-waste island, the municipal government took the first steps to replicate the pilot project in the Mpendae area in April 2018, when two composting pits …

ucts diversified to include pork, beef, sheep, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, beverages and cereals

World Bank Group · 29 November 2023 English

This Climate Change and Development Report (CCDR) establishes the case for a new economic model to address Tunisia’s challenging economic and social context and vulnerability to climate change. Building on …

basic products including fuels, cereals, sugar, dairy products, coffee, and pharmaceutical products. This

Global Climate and Health Alliance · 29 November 2023 English

Adopting a One Health approach would help to bring together evidence and actions across health and health-determining sectors, and across the whole of government and whole of society, reflecting the …

a high intake of red and processed meat and dairy products. These contribute to 55% of global agriculture

ICRIER: Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations · 22 November 2023 English

The changing scenario of the consumption and production pattern of foodgrains and other major commodities coupled with the rising population and changing tastes and preferences are bound to influence the …

commodities including fruits and vegetables and dairy products, away from staples such as cereals. Likewise commodities including fruits and vegetables and dairy products, away from staples such as cereals. Further supply chain, similar to the AMUL model for dairy products, can eliminate post-harvest wastage as well commodities including fruits and vegetables and dairy products, away from staples such as rice and cereals

UNEP FI: United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative · 17 November 2023

The capital raised from both private and public investments, will be allocated to finance various projects such as the construction of water treatment and sewage facilities, the rehabilitation of watersheds, …

Germany and Belgium that produces and sells dairy products globally for its members globally. They work

ADB: Asian Development Bank · 16 November 2023 English

In 2019, the Asian Development Bank approved a project providing Milko Limited Liability Company with a loan facility to support the expansion of the company’s dairy processing, and raw milk …

Average Income per Capita from Sales of Milk and Dairy Products, 2019 15 15 Average Income from Animal Husbandry directly from herders and farmers, and processing dairy products. ADB’s investment concentrates on two areas: taking the average income from sales of milk and dairy products (denoted as DIPC) as the impact indicator milk and dairy products DIPCt e The average income from the sale of milk and dairy products for herder The average income from the sale of milk and dairy products for herder households in the treatment group

WWF: World Wide Fund for Nature (Germany) · 16 November 2023 English

The political process for the development of the NCES officially started in April 2023 and is expected to result in the adoption of the NCES by the Cabinet in 2024. …

share of animal products (meat, sausage, eggs, dairy products). The negative impacts for land use are also 38 m2 of land, 1 kg of eggs take up 3 m2 and dairy products such as cheese require about 6 m2/kg. In contrast packaging, reus- able packaging for beverages and dairy products, and unpackaged products, for example for fruit

EPRS: European Parliamentary Research Service · 15 November 2023 English

Products subject to tariff rate quotas are dairy products (including one-stop (centralised) EU database. Beef and dairy products Business Europe reported a positive impact generally performing best, including processed dairy products, processed food, confectionary products, spirits Canada regarding the management of quotas of dairy products, particularly cheese. CGCIC and LTO pointed to the “challenge of implementing quotas for dairy products in a better way.” Copa-Cogeca indicated that

Brookings Institution · 15 November 2023 English

Less than a decade ago, economic ties between India and China were strengthening. China became India's largest trading partner, and when Xi Jinping visited India in 2014, Chinese officials were …

pharmaceuticals, IT services, certain types of food and dairy products where India is competitive vis-à-vis Chinese

CESifo Network · 13 November 2023 English

In-Kind Government Assistance and Crowd-Out of Charitable Services: Evidence from Free School Meals

produce, whole grains, lean proteins, and low-fat dairy products). In 2018, 70 percent of donations were categorized

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