Rspca welfare brand milk rejected by dairy farmers’ organisations
Dairy farmers’ and their organisations continue to reject DWP claims that milk produced by DWP’s Department of Environment and Food said it was “welfare” milk.
The claim전립선 마사지 has led the DWP to reject claims from organisations including the Dens to address what they describe as “serious failings of science”.
A government spokesman said: “A separate review of DWP welfare milk, conducted by industry bodies the Dens and Milk Federation, found there was no evidence of welfare milk quality.
“As always with welfare milk quality issues, it is essential that consumers and DWP are informed.
“For that reason, we will publish a public statement that addresses the questions and concerns raised in our review and the responses of the dairy organisations.”
Dens said it would look to the UK government to conduct an independent investigation into this issue, while the Federation has said it is “troubled at its claims and does not share their concerns about the dairy industry.”
In a letter to consumers, both organisations said that welfare milk made by the Dens and Milk Federat바카라 사이트ion “do not bear the label or label image of DWP welfare milk.”
The Dens also questioned whether there was “any s강원출장안마cientific basis” for the department’s claims.
Dens said: “We know that welfare milk has never shown any evidence of a better nutritional value, but this is not enough for us to refuse a welfare milk from DWP.
“The Dens has no other choice because most dairy farms in the region are owned by people living on benefit so will not want to sign up to a product without clear evidence of their welfare benefits.
“A welfare milk is not a ‘benefits’ label to put on your milk because it is the milk you make and in the way you cook it.”
According to the federation, DWP welfare milk is labelled: “Produces nutritional and behavioural benefit for the environment and the wellbeing of dairy producers.”
A dairy farming charity, Dairy Farmers UK, said in a statement: “DWP welfare milk used by millions of individuals across the UK is the same formula milk which goes into the bottles of our food and supplies thousands of UK families with a healthy, nutritious and highly balanced diet.”
Dr Richard Morris, director of UK welfare for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, said: “It is an outrageous claim that the welfare milk industry simply can’t accept.
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