US – Attendees at the International Dairy Show will have access to industry leaders and reliable data that can help them to develop and implement sustainability strategies; reduce costs through water, energy and waste management; and learn about innovative processing and packaging projects that are reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The show, presented by the International Dairy Foods Association, will take place September 13-15 at the Dallas Convention Center.
“Carbon footprints, energy solutions and transportation innovations will be among the hot topics discussed throughout the Dairy Show in Dallas,” said Clay Detlefsen, IDFA vice president for regulatory affairs. “Sustainability has become the business model for every successful dairy business.”The educational sessions will include a session on reusable packaging:
Tuesday, September 14
“Reusable Plastic Crates: Driving Sustainability in the Dairy Supply Chain”
By design, reusable case and pallet systems offer dairy foods companies a sustainable, cost-effective method to ship, handle and store materials across the production process. Attendees will learn how to develop and implement the right reusable packaging program for their operation and how to quantify the environmental and economic benefits.