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As many as eight out of ten Australians over the age of 11 are not consuming the amount of milk, yogurt, cheese and/or alternatives recommended for optimum health ...
At least two billion dollars could be slashed from the annual healthcare budget if Australians increased their dairy intake, according to a new study.
As National Healthy Bones Week unfolds, new Australian research is adding weight to dairy’s beneficial role in protecting bone health.
This project's aim is to increase Adults 50+ claimed intake of dairy foods and increase their confidence in the health benefits of dairy foods and their trust the industry.
CSIRO research has revealed that children who don’t include dairy foods at the first eating occasion of the day do not ‘catch up’ on their daily nutritional requirements throughout the day.
Dairy foods may prevent a common eye disease that causes blindness, new Australian research to be published in the May edition of the British Journal of Nutrition shows.
Rising stars of Australia’s world-class dairy foods industry grab the spotlight today as judging starts for the Australian Grand Dairy Awards.
CSIRO research reveals children and teenagers are not meeting national dietary guidelines for dairy food intake.
The technology used in both the production and use of powders has seen the range of specifications available from Australian manufacturers expand in line with customers’ needs.
Annual global milk production is estimated to be 644 million tonnes.