Ian Halliday, Dairy Australia’s managing director, has revealed that full-fat milk sales have surged by almost 10% over the past year alone, while consumption of low-fat and other modified milk varieties fell by about 6%. Dietitian Lauren McGuckin, a spokeswoman for the Dietitians Association of Australia, said there were several health factors that could explain this shift in consumer behaviour. Australians are ditching skim milk and other low-fat dairy options in favour of regular, full-cream milk as consumer appetite trends shift towards wholefood, ‘clean-eating’ diets. Click here to read the full article. – The New Daily