How CASA and CDCAN are working together

Project title: Implement good manufacturing practices in the raw milk supply chain

CDCAN was supported by CASA to work with 15 milk producer cooperatives to implement good manufacturing practices to improve milk quality at critical points in the supply chain. The approach delivers consistent production that is compliant with quality standards, by reviewing the methods, equipment, facilities and production control processes

Total cost of technical assistance package: £332,898 (£155,286 provided by CASA)

CASA work complete: June 2023

11,305 small-scale producers

impacted by the expansion of dairy collection points

84 trainers

trained to further upskill dairy farmers and dairy personnel

3,731 farmers

received COVID-19 relief, including animal replacement animal health services and interest rebates





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