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Global dairy leaders call for united approach on consumer confidence

Stakeholders emphasize need to showcase nutritional benefits of dairy.

Speaking at the International Dairy Federation World Dairy Summit this week in Belfast, Germany, industry leaders from the U.K., China, Japan and Australia underlined the importance of communicating effectively with consumers who are looking for reassurance on the integrity and quality of dairy foods at a time when anti-dairy activism is on the rise.

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