Besides being one of the most important foods in human nutrition, milk has many socio-economic effects on society.
Undoubtedly, milk contains essential nutrients such as protein, carbohydrate, vitamin, mineral and fat.
Beyond this nutritional richness, milk and dairy products play an important role in a society thanks to their abundance and abundance. A sustainable dairy business at both farm and industrial level can create many different related business areas. While close to a million people live in dairy farms, there is more than it seems when looking at the dairy industry and other related activities from the perspective of all value chains. In this context, dairy farming is of great importance in terms of economic growth in many societies, regions and countries around the world. Milk and dairy products alone cannot be included in the food diet for humans or simply restricted to sectoral components. It has much more for our life. For all these reasons, with the theme of “Milk for Life”, the World Milk Summit will address all aspects of dairy farming such as food safety, sustainable farm management and environment, nutrition, dairy policies and economics, and their contribution to economic and agricultural development.
With the theme of “Milk for Life”, more than 3,000 dairy industry employees from all over the world come together in Istanbul, which connects east and west, tradition and innovation. We will be delighted to see all our friends in our industry in the country where goats and sheep were first domesticated, the homeland of wheat and barley, and in the city where the continents are perfectly touched.