Aug. 14 2017
According to data maintained by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service for the first five months of 2017, total production of dairy products on a milk equivalent, skim solids...
Aug. 10 2017
In a classic 1997 behavioral economics study on New York City cabdrivers, it was found that the reason you cannot find a cab in New York City on a rainy day is because the taxi driver sets a personal...
July 31 2017
After selling 10,000 cans of his La Colombe’s Draft Latte in just 60 minutes on Amazon.com, Todd Carmichael knew he had a winner, he told senior editor Anne Marie Mohan in an article published in...
July 24 2017
There is nothing more frustrating for dairy producers than when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) refuses to enforce current regulations that would prohibit vegetable-based products from being la
June 26 2017
You can’t milk a nut; it’s as simple as that. The European Court of Justice proved its agreement with that statement in a recent judgment
June 8 2017
When ordering a coffee in the morning, I am observing more and more people swapping cow’s milk for almond milk
May 15 2017
When it comes to making purchasing decisions, consumers can be difficult to gauge, and traditionally, they vote with their wallets. That makes labels a vital piece of the purchasing decision
May 8 2017
Newly appointed Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue hit the ground running
April 27 2017
“Milk is only for breakfast,” answered one of my classmates as we lectured in a recent class about fluid milk consumption in the United States. Unfortunately, several other students agreed...
April 24 2017
“Since we started focusing on Fuel Up To Play 60 and school breakfast, milk consumption grew 830 million pounds,” Tom Gallagher, CEO for Dairy Management Inc. (DMI), told those attending the...
April 10 2017
In the April 3 Hoard’s Dairyman Intel article, “Author says we’re addicted to dairy crack,” you cite a book by Dr. Neal Barnard of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine...
April 7 2017
Comfort foods. Those snacks that make us feel happy when we have had a rough day, got bad news, or just as a pick-me-up
April 3 2017
Most people adore dairy products, and cheese in particular, for the taste. The nutritional benefits are very appealing, too
March 20 2017
Clean ingredient lists, fresh food, and sustainability are driving consumer purchases, stated Erin Reynolds with Evergreen Packaging at the International Dairy Foods Association’s Dairy Forum held...
Feb. 20 2017
A variety of U.S. dairy products are shipped around the world, but four categories — cheese, skim milk powder (SMP), whey products, and lactose — lead the way
Feb. 2 2017
Calf feeding shifts and early morning lectures never fail to leave me pressed for time when it comes to breakfast. Most days, I only grab an apple and my backpack before rushing out the door to class
Jan. 30 2017
From a dairy farmer prospective, high-value beverage sales drive milk prices. That’s why Florida, the Southeast, and Northeast traditionally have had higher mailbox milk prices
Jan. 9 2017
“Recent findings in nutrition science are rallying behind dairy fats,” said The New York Times best-selling author Nina Teicholz
Jan. 9 2017
California producers accounted for 33 percent of directly marketed food sales in 2015 and made up 9 percent of all operations that use direct marketing. These results came from the inaugural USDA Loca
Dec. 26 2016
A welcome sight for dairy farmers’ sore eyes has been the news media’s coverage of the turning tides of public opinion on full-fat dairy products