Whey protein battles age-related muscle loss

Whey protein powder isn’t just for body builders anymore. Recent research suggests that whey, once considered a nuisance cheese by-product, is beneficial for a wide range of ailments, including age-related muscle loss. FULL STORY »

Michigan milk gets spotlight in popular ad campaign Play video

While Michigan may not be the first state that comes to mind when it comes to dairy production, the latest installment of a popular advertising campaign hopes to change that. FULL STORY »

Global lenders see higher food prices, but no crisis yet

Global financial lenders are advising countries to prepare for the possibility of higher food bills in the coming months, but for the moment the International Monetary Fund and World Bank see few signs of a widespread food price crisis like in 2007/08. FULL STORY »

Families to pay $615 more for groceries

A trip to the grocery store will cost more next year thanks to the 2012 drought - $615 more. The USDA reported this week that while Midwest farmers and ranchers are feeling the immediate effects of the drought, future impacts will trickle down to consumers by next year. FULL STORY »

Study dismisses obesity, high-fat dairy link

A new study discounts the popular misconception that high-fat dairy products contribute to weight gain and obesity. A team of Swiss and American researchers concluded that when eaten as part of a healthy, well-balanced diet, these dairy products may instead protect against weight gain and cardiometabolic diseases. FULL STORY »

Obesity found to be a major factor accelerating puberty in girls

In the blame game of early onset puberty in girls, many fingers have pointed to "hormones in milk" as the culprit. The myth really got going when recombinant bovine somatotropin was approved for commercial use in 1994. Now, a review published in the Frontiers in Endocrinology points to other potential causes. FULL STORY »

Dieters, lose weight with dairy

Dieters craving a tall, cold glass of milk can now indulge without feeling guilty, according to recent studies debunking the myth connecting weight gain with milk consumption. FULL STORY »

Chobani wins gold for Olympic partner popularity

Move over Visa and McDonald’s – there’s a new popularity leader among the Olympic partners. Chobani, one of the nation’s leading companies in the American Greek yogurt market, has claimed top spot in social media popularity rankings. FULL STORY »

‘Yogurt bars’ a hit in the Big Apple

Just when you thought the yogurt craze couldn’t get any bigger, the introduction of yogurt “bars” has become a sensation in New York City, taking the Big Apple by storm. Now, two industry giants are making headway in jumping on this new food trend. FULL STORY »

Study: Eat cheese to lower diabetes risk

A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has found an unlikely benefit of eating cheese – a reduced risk of diabetes. FULL STORY »

Survey: Retail prices for meats, dairy and eggs decline slightly

Retail food prices at the supermarket declined slightly during the second quarter of 2012 with protein staples – meats, cheese, milk and eggs – showing the greatest drops in price, according to the latest American Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. FULL STORY »

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