The International Dairy Federation (IDF) represents the global dairy sector and ensures the best scientific expertise is used to support high quality milk and nutritious, safe and sustainable dairy products.
Our vision is simply that "Everybody can derive well-being from high quality milk."
We are committed to furthering current knowledge on a wide range of issues, including environment and sustainable development, health and nutrition, methods of analysis, farm management, animal health and welfare, dairy science and technology, food hygiene and safety, food standards, dairy policies and economics, and marketing.
IDF Explores New Opportunities For Non-Cow Milk Production
New guidelines to harmonize studies on heat resistance of bacteria
PSSC-Livestock partners are committed to addressing hunger and malnutrition
IDF and Livestock Sector Partners Committed to Addressing Hunger and Malnutrition
IDF/FAO/IFCN MAP THE WORLD'S DAIRY FEEDING SYSTEMS
UNVEILING THE CRUCIAL ROLE OF SALT IN THE MANUFACTURE AND RIPENING OF CHEESE
PROTEIN MEASUREMENT STANDARD EXPANDED FOR GREATER CONSUMER PROTECTION AND HARMONIZED TRADE
NEW APPROACH TO FOOD SAFETY SYSTEM WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE IDF WORLD DAIRY SUMMIT copy
The 2014 subscription rates have been maintained for 2015!
Bulletin of the IDF No. 476/2014 - The World Dairy Situation 2014
Bulletin of the IDF No. 477/2014 - Determination of hen’s egg white lysozyme in milk and cheese -Interlaboratory collaborative study
Newsletter 158 - IDF Animal Health Newsletter no. 8
Bulletin of the IDF No. 475/2014 - Proceedings of the 4th Paratuberculosis Forum - Parma, Italy, 21 June 2014
Bulletin of the IDF No. 474/2014 - Detecting antibiotic residues in milk - Guidance on the application of screening and confirmatory methods in integrated dairy chain management
World Mapping of Animal Feeding Systems in the Dairy Sector
ISO 17758 | IDF 087: 2014 - Instant dried milk — Determination of the dispersibility and wettability