The Milk Value Portal helps farmers understand the value of their raw milk
ADPF is committed to delivering for members under five strategic priorities
The Australian Dairy Plan 2020-2025 is an industry-led strategic plan to deliver increased profitability, confidence and unity across the Australian dairy industry
Australian dairy processors are contending with a tough domestic trading environment marked by low volume growth, exorbitant overhead and input costs, a decline in global prices and rapid growth in import competition, leaving dairy processors with less margin than ever before.
The Australian Government is gathering information from Australian dairy stakeholders about the issues in the Dairy Industry Code as identified by the first review and by industry.
The fourth quarter 2023 Dairy Market Insights report (December 2023) is now available on the Milk Value Portal (MVP), and provides a summary of the national and global factors shaping the state of the industry.
The Plan outlines 10 key actions to reduce waste throughout the dairy supply chain. The Action Plan was developed collaboratively between the Australian Dairy Products Federation, Dairy Australia and Stop Food Waste Australia, with input from dairy businesses across the country.
Protecting, promoting and advocating for the dairy industry for around 40 years
The Australian Dairy Products Federation (ADPF) is the peak policy and advocacy body for the post farm-gate sector of the Australian Dairy Industry, including processors, traders, brokers and marketers. Over the last four decades, the ADPF has been protecting, promoting and advocating for the success of the entire dairy industry.
ADPF members work across rural and regional Australia to bring dairy foods from the farm to the consumer, creating healthy, nutritious products for Australians and for international markets.
We represent more than 90% of Australia’s total milk pool.
ADPF advocates on behalf of its members on key industry issues. Members of the ADPF has exclusive access to key resources, industry information and a catalogue of eNewsletters
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