Dairy innovation awards 2023 delivered in Chicago

Date: 18.10.2023Source: International Dairy Federation

The second annual IDF Dairy Innovation Awards have been handed out today at a ceremony at the IDF World Dairy Summit 2023 in Chicago, US.

The IDF Dairy Innovation Awards 2023 have been announced at a ceremony that took place at the IDF World Dairy Summit in Chicago, US. Those awardees present at the event received their awards in person and gave acceptance words to an audience of dairy experts and leaders. Those awardees who were not able to attend in person sent videos of acceptance that were showcased during the ceremony.

The IDF Dairy Innovation Awards is an International Dairy Federation initiative designed to celebrate and encourage innovative practices across the global dairy sector, which was launched last year in partnership with Zenith Global and supported by headline sponsorship from Tetra Pak.

With a particular focus on sustainability, both in terms of environmental care and positive social impact, the awards seek to stimulate innovative practices that improve farming and processing of milk and dairy foods.

Said Piercristiano Brazzale, IDF President: “Innovation, as we envision it, is all about introducing novel approaches to designing, producing, and marketing goods and services that create positive change. It is the driving force that propels us forward and allows us to remain at the forefront of our field. This innovation must be deeply intertwined with scientific research and knowledge, forging a symbiotic relationship that ensures continual progress.”

In this year’s edition, the IDF Dairy Innovation Awards received 173 entries from 26 countries, this marks a remarkable 20% increase compared to the number of entries received in last year’s edition. The entries show that the Dairy Sector’s commitment with innovation and sustainability has no boundaries and may be found in every link of the milk and dairying production chain. For more visit fil-idf.org

David Cox / IDM

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