Australian Dairy Foods

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Australian Dairy Foods
Trade magazine
Industry Media
Founded 1942
Founder Australian Institute of Dairy Factory Managers and Secretaries
Headquarters West Melbourne, Victoria
Area served
Services News and information for the post-farmgate dairy sector in Australia
Owner Dairy Industry Association of Australia
Website Dairy Industry Association of Australia

Australian Dairy Foods has been the trade magazine of the dairy industry in Australia. It is published bi-monthly by the Dairy Industry Association of Australia.[1]

History and profile[edit]

The magazine was first published in 1942 under the name Butter Fat & Solids by the Australian Institute of Dairy Factory Managers and Secretaries. In 1979, it was expanded and renamed Australian Dairy Foods.

The magazine covers a range of topics - latest news, company profiles, latest equipment, research, industry insights, and more. Its mission is to deliver accurate and relevant information that contributes to its readers’ industry knowledge and expertise.[citation needed]

The magazine also features the results of DIAA’s National and State dairy product competitions. Innovators from all sectors of the industry are regularly profiled.

In 2008 Australian Dairy Foods was recognised for the quality of its news coverage at the "2008 Tabbies", an international B2B competition run by the US-based "Trade, Association and Business Publications International" (TABPI).[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "DIAA Dairy Industry Association of Australia". Business World Magazine. 28 April 2011. Retrieved 28 October 2016. 

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