International Dairy Federation
International Dairy Federation

Founding Year: 1903

Staff: 50

Budget: $1.2m

Caroline Emond (Director-General)

An international “source of scientific and technical expertise for all stakeholders of the dairy chain. IDF represents over 75% of current total milk production worldwide.” Its mission is “to represent the dairy sector worldwide by providing the best global source of scientific expertise and knowledge in support of the development and promotion of quality milk and dairy products to deliver consumers with nutrition, health and well-being.”

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International Dairy Federation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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