Lehigh Valley Dairy is voluntarily recalling orange juice because it may contain milk, a common...
Carol L. Christison, president of the International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association since 1982,...
Officials from California's Drought Task Force Tuesday listened to Central Valley community...
Following widespread reports that the "got milk?" slogan has been shelved, the saying's creator, the California Milk Processor Board (CMPB), says that the popular tag line and campaign are very much alive and thriving in the state of California.
Chobani has received approval for a $3.5 million expansion of its Greek yogurt plant in Twin Falls. The facility reached a production milestone in December, producing more than 1 million cases of yogurt each week. The addition will expand its packaging and filling rooms on the east side.
Michigan-based House of Flavors is recalling Belmont Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream because it may contain a nut that is not listed on the label. The recall was announced after two complaints of allergic reactions to the product.
Prairie Farms Dairy has unveiled a new line of seasonal milk flavors, including jelly bean — a first in the category — chocolate marshmallow and Easter egg nog. The company says the jelly bean flavored milk is sweetened with a combination of sugar and monk fruit juice.
This sanitary incline conveyor with plastic-cleated chain belting was designed to move individual dairy containers.
Activist group Green America's GMO Inside Campaign Tuesday launched a push to get Starbucks to serve only organic milk sourced from cows that are not fed GMOs. The campaign comes on the heels of General Mills' decision to remove GMOs from regular Cheerios.
Smart Balance is transitioning its flagship line of buttery spreads to non-GMO. The brand, part of Boulder Brands, Inc., says some of the new spreads will be available on store shelves later this month. The full transition to non-GMO products is expected to be complete by early summer.
Delaware-based Roos Foods has expanded its recall to include Crema Pura Mexicana Cultured Sour Cream produced at its Kenton plant. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has linked the recalled products to a death in California, as well as illnesses in newborns.
Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter signed a bill that imposes jail time and fines against people who secretly film animal abuse at the state's agricultural facilities. Otter, a rancher, said the measure will help make producers more secure in their livelihood.
Although a weekend storm provided some of the highest rainfall amounts to the Los Angeles area in years, forecasters noted that such systems would have to take place frequently for California to begin to pull out of a crippling drought.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart discusses some of the latest news impacting the food industry, including Subway's removal of a controversial chemical from its bread, Kraft's new "natural mold inhibitor," and Nestle's Hot Pockets recall.
Dairy farmers have helped create a new Vermont program designed to increase the state's milk supply by helping farmers better manage their operations. DairyVision VT offers dairy farmers a management team to help make them more profitable.
The global cheese market witnessed growth in recent years due to growing fast food industry. In addition, the high nutritional value is another factor contributing towards market growth. Perishable nature of cheese and stringent government regulations are the major growth barriers to the market.
Ben & Jerry’s has announced its new line with four new flavors, and the company believes it will resonate with its “core” consumers. The concept includes a core center down the middle of each flavor, which compliments the two super-premium ice creams packed into every pint.
Without a lot more rain and snow, many California farmers caught in the state's drought can expect to receive no irrigation water this year from a vast system of rivers, canals and reservoirs interlacing the state, federal officials announced Friday.
One person has died and three newborns have become ill in an outbreak of listeria linked to Hispanic-style cheese. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that the death was in California. Seven additional illnesses were in Maryland.
Rhode Island wants to help local farmers and fishermen market their products. Gov. Lincoln Chafee announced Thursday that the state plans to award $200,000 in grants to farmers and seafood businesses to help them promote their products.
Federal officials plan to announce Friday how much water they can release this year through a vast system of rivers, canals and reservoirs, but Central Valley farmers on the front lines of California's historic drought expect to get little, if anything.
American agriculture has experienced a boom, with market values of crops, livestock and total agricultural products reaching record highs even as the amount of U.S. farmland declined, according to a new government survey released Thursday.
French food manufacturer Danone says its profits slumped 15 percent last year as markets in Europe weakened, and warned that a return to growth won't come before late in the year. The company says net profit fell to $2 billion in 2013, from 1.67 billion euros a year earlier.
Infant formula maker Mead Johnson Nutrition said its Chinese subsidiary may have violated U.S. and local laws, including anti-bribery statutes. Mead Johnson said in October that the Securities and Exchange Commission was looking into its business practices in China.
Dean's Sour Cream and Cottage Cheese products are currently arriving on retailer shelves throughout the upper Midwest in new packaging. The company says the packaging concept, originally developed and used throughout Europe, provides several consumer benefits.
Kraft Foods recently announced that some popular varieties of its Kraft Singles cheese products no longer will contain artificial preservatives. Many parents say they are happy about the change and wonder what took so long for the company to act.
Chobani's quest to get its Greek yogurt to the Sochi Olympics is coming to an end. The company said it plans to donate a shipment of about 5,000 cups of yogurt it had hoped to send to U.S. athletes at the Winter Games to food banks in New York and New Jersey.
Shares for a trio of food makers declined Tuesday as ConAgra Foods and Annie's lowered some outlooks and Dean Foods provided a 2014 earnings guidance below analysts' estimates. The companies are dealing with factors from rising commodity prices to fewer sales.
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