World Dairy Summit just a month away

Date: 12.08.2022Source: International Dairy Federation

International Dairy Federation (IDF) World Dairy Summit 2022, which will take place in India’s New Delhi-NCR from September 12-15 this year, is only a month away from its opening. Dairy stakeholders from all over the world would participate, which is considered to be the most coveted event in the dairy sector worldwide.

Said Mr Piercristiano Brazzale, President of the International Dairy Federation: “IDF WDS 2022 attracts the participation of dairy actors and experts from around the world, who will certainly contribute to IDF’s purpose to connect and empower the global dairy sector to nourish the world with safe, nutritious, and sustainable dairy and enhance IDF’s mission of providing a science-based support to dairying”.

Added Ms Caroline Emond, Director General of IDF: “World Dairy Summit will be a great opportunity for dairy farmers, leaders, experts, scientists, professionals. journalists and academics to learn, connect and get inspired.

“India’s success story will be shared with the world through the IDF World Dairy Summit where we can see how dairy is an engine of development and women empowerment in India.”

Shri Meenesh Shah, Chairman, of the National Dairy Development Board and the Member Secretary of the Indian National Committee of IDF, said: “The Dairy sector is fundamental to boost the rural economy of India as it provides livelihood opportunities to about eight crore farmers. That is why the IDF World Dairy Summit 2022 is significant to the stakeholders in India. The developing countries may witness the uniqueness of Indian small holder dairying system that has made India the world’s largest milk producing nation.”

Concluded Emond: “The IDF World Dairy Summit 2022 is a window to the world, a place to see the latest trends in dairy and to be seen. We invite all interested parties across the globe to participate in the IDF World Dairy Summit 2022”.  For more visit idfwds2022.com

David Cox / IDM

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