A tool you can use!

Answer consumer questions with a new infographic from the Dairy Council of California, a good tool for promoting dairy -- and setting the record straight. FULL STORY »

Sen. Schumer gives support to Greek yogurt

Students may be seeing a new, dairy-rich addition to their lunch trays the next time they visit the school cafeterias if one U.S. Senator gets his way. FULL STORY »

Cows produce milk? 40% of British young adults unaware

A British charity recently surveyed 2,000 participants on their knowledge of food production, and the shocking results shed new light on the growing disconnect between consumers and the food they eat, especially among teens and young adults. FULL STORY »

No free pass for milkshakes in NYC’s beverage ban

Milkshakes may not escape New York City’s latest efforts to trim their residents’ waistlines after all. FULL STORY »

E. coli prompts N.Y. raw milk recall

New York officials have issued a warning for consumers who purchased raw milk from Castle Farms, located in Irving, N.Y., due to possible E. coli 0157:H7 contamination. FULL STORY »

Runners go further with chocolate milk

New research shows that fat-free chocolate milk beats out sports drinks and water for the best refueling drink for runners after an intense workout, and may even given these athletes an edge over their non-chocolate-milk-drinking competitors. FULL STORY »

Whole milk helps keep kids slim

A recent Swedish study found that children who consumed whole milk on a daily basis weighed less and had a lower Body Mass Index (BMI) than peers who didn’t drink milk. FULL STORY »

Sour milk? There’s an app for that

Forget the smell test – a new milk jug takes the guess work out of when milk turns sour. By connecting science with technology, consumers will never have to drink spoiled milk unknowingly again. FULL STORY »

Greek yogurt race heats up

As Greek yogurt continues its surge in popularity, companies are vying for consumers’ dollars and the top spot in this yogurt revolution. See who came out on top and who has missed the boat. FULL STORY »

Magic ingredient in milk may explain weight-loss benefits

It's becoming more and more accepted that dairy products have certain weight-loss properties. But scientists haven't been sure about the exact physiological mechanisms. Now, Swiss scientitists may have found the answer. FULL STORY »

Pioneer Woman: Pass the butter

Ree Drummond, better known as the Pioneer Woman to her 2 million fans, loves cooking with butter. Now a new partnership with a dairy giant is giving this Pioneer Woman a chance to share her love of butter. FULL STORY »

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