Analogue in the dairy context means an imitation product that is designed or structured to mimic, or offered as an alternative/replacement to, a milk or milk product or composite milk product as defined in these regulations by partial or full substitution of selected milk components with other components from non-dairy sources, or prepared by us

Thirteen of the world’s largest dairy corporations combined to emit more greenhouse gases (GHGs) in 2017 than major polluters BHP, the Australia-based mining, oil and gas giant or ConocoPhillips, the United States-based oil company.

This report provides updated information on the status of implementing the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and subsequent relevant World Health Assembly (WHA) resolutions (“the Code”) in countries.

The present publication of Basic Animal Husbandry Statistics-2019 is framed based mainly on the outcomes of the Integrated Samples Survey for the period 1st March 2018 to 28th February, 2019. The Survey is conducted in the entire rural/urban areas of States/UTs.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Adulteration of Milk and Milk Products, 22/11/2019.

Milk contamination is a bigger problem in India than milk adulteration, a nationwide study by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India’s (FSSAI) has found. The National Milk Safety and Quality Survey 2018 which examined 6,432 samples from 1,103 cities across the country found that nearly 97 percent of them are safe to consume.

Scientists identity anti-microbial protein in milk.
The protein was found in the milk of mammals like Echidna which are found only in Australia and New Guinea.

Contract farming is emerging as an important institutional innovation in the high value food chain in developing countries including Bangladesh, and its socioeconomic implications are topic of interest in policy debates.

In this Maasai village, where cattle have long been a symbol of wealth and pride, "I hope your cattle are well" is the most common greeting among friends and neighbours.

Milk in India is largely safe, even though quality issues persist, an interim report released by Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) said. The report of the National Milk Quality Survey, 2018, FSSAI said is by far the largest systematic study of milk, both in terms of sample size (6,432 samples) and number of parameters.