Why we love dairy.
Dairy is considered a ‘’good for you” food and is one of the five core food groups recommended by the Australian Dietary Guidelines. It is the richest natural food source of bio-available calcium and provides energy and high-quality protein which helps grow and repair muscles. Dairy products help meet the body’s need for:
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) which helps reduce tiredness
- Vitamin B12 which supports normal brain function
- Vitamin A which supports vision and immune function
- Calcium which makes teeth and bones strong
- Phosphorus which supports the generation of energy from nutrients
- Potassium which helps maintain a healthy blood pressure
Your health is important to us.
We offer dairy products that meet different health and wellness needs of consumers all over the world. This is based on a belief in quality products, sound science and 'doing what's right' by our consumers. We continually review our product portfolio to move our everyday products towards using minimum quantities of added sugars, refined carbohydrates, added fats, salt and other additives without comprising on quality, taste, texture or safety.
Our experts are world-class.
With more than 80 years’ experience in dairy nutrition, our Research and Development Centre in New Zealand is the world’s leading dairy innovation hub with a team of 400 experts.
In Australia, we also have a team of dietitians, nutritionists, scientists and food technologists who are committed to providing our consumers with a choice of products to meet their nutritional needs..
We collaborate with partners to improve nutritional outcomes.
We regularly work with Government, public health and the food industry on initiatives to improve nutrition policy and promotion in Australia. This includes representation on the Australian Government’s Healthy Food Partnership Food Service Working Group.
We also support and fund local and international dairy research to leverage the benefits of dairy as one of the five core food groups in the Australian Dietary guidelines.