Dairy lowers stroke risk

Got milk? If you’re interested in preventing a stroke, low-fat dairy products may help. According to a Swedish study, eating low-fat dairy products, including cheeses, yogurts and milk, may be beneficial in lowering the risk of middle-aged and older adults having a stroke. FULL STORY »

Why milk is a late-night wonder

Leave the sheep counting to the shepherd the next time you can’t fall asleep – help may be as close to you as your fridge. FULL STORY »

Food price increases to slow down Play video

Last year grocery prices went up 6.4 percent. The USDA says food prices will continue to go up this year, but not as fast as they did last year. The USDA’s Bob Ellison has more. FULL STORY »

How Americans spend their money

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows Americans are spending less of their income on food, but more on transportation and housing and medical care than previous generations. FULL STORY »

What would Aunt Bea say?

Chocolate milk may soon be missing from the cafeterias of a North Carolina school district if the superintendent gets his way. In the mythical home of The Andy Griffith Show, it makes you wonder if Aunt Bea would approve. FULL STORY »

Cheese may be key to weight-loss success

Dieters have an ally in their quest to slim down – cheese. While cheese is often avoided by dieters, blogger Liz Vaccariello suggests that cheese can actually be a beneficial weight-loss tool. FULL STORY »

Raw milk-linked outbreak prompts Kansas warning

Kansas officials have issued a warning for raw milk consumers and producers following a Campylobacter outbreak linked to unpasteurized milk from one of the state’s dairies. FULL STORY »

Greek yogurt demand prompts dairy incentive bill

One New York senator is seeing green for the state’s Greek yogurt industry and hopes that proposed federal legislation will help dairy producers cash in on the yogurt’s growing success. FULL STORY »

Start a dialogue with the right ag terms

Showing the kinds of words that appeal — and those that don’t — in agricultural messages, research by the University of Florida/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Center for Public Issues Education (PIE Center) recently debuted in a national academic journal. FULL STORY »

New Got Milk? ad to focus on health benefits of chocolate milk

The next Got Milk? ad campaign will shift focus to adult athletes, encouraging them to refuel by drinking chocolate milk after workouts. FULL STORY »

Raw milk consumers subject of Mich. study

Michigan State University researchers conducted a statewide survey to find out more about the demographics of raw milk supporters and why they prefer unpasteurized milk. Their research provides a look into the psyche of typical raw milk consumers. FULL STORY »

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