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The annual IDF topical meeting for the world dairy industry returns to Italy after 55 years. The IDF World Dairy Summit represents the unique opportunity to meet and debate with top level
representatives of the world dairy sector of various stakeholder groups including dairy farmers, dairy suppliers, processing industry, governments, international, regional and national partner
organizations and academia. The Summit programme will comprise several conferences to present and debate latest progress, results, up-coming solutions and trends with regard to dairy policies
and economics, nutrition and health, animal feeding, animal health and welfare, milk production and farm management, environment, dairy science and technology, food safety and many other
topical fields of interest. The Summit highlight will be the IDF Global Forum of World Dairy Leaders as the unique opportunity for industry leaders to meet in order to debate the future of the
industry in front of a distinguished audience of several hundred participants who are invited to contribute to the discussion.

The choice of Parma is related to its strategic geographical importance for the Italian and European agri-food business and in particular for the dairy industry. Located in the
worldwide reknown Italian Food Valley, the city of Parma and its vicinity hosts the headquarters of leading companies of the Italian dairy industry. It is the recognized historical origin of a
range of traditional cheeses which are today known and consumed all over the world.

The official IDF World Dairy Summit 2011 website www.wds2011.com will soon be released on-line. It will provide you with all necessary information on
the programme, venue and logistics, registration, sponsorship opportunities, presentation of papers and posters and any other useful details and links in order to facilitate your
participation.

For more information:

www.wds2011.com

summilk2011@fiereparma.it

Fiere di Parma

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