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 »

Commentary: Stamping out meat

A new initiative is demanding that Congress kill the eligibility of SNAP (food stamp) recipients to purchase meat and dairy products. Why? They’re just not healthy enough, activists argue. FULL STORY »

Food price increases hurt U.S. sales

Price increases across most of the North American food industry have turned off many shoppers, leading to weak sales for some packaged food makers. FULL STORY »

Raw milk linked to most dairy-related disease outbreaks

The rate of outbreaks caused by raw, unpasteurized milk and products made from it was 150 times greater than outbreaks linked to pasteurized milk, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. FULL STORY »

‘My Little Ag Me’ game invites K-2 students to explore

The popular agricultural gaming site MyAmericanFarm.org just released an enhanced version of an engaging game, My Little Ag Me. FULL STORY »

Night Milk shows promise as aid for insomniacs

A Chinese-controlled milk powder manufacturer may soon be giving those suffering from sleeping disorders a natural sleep aid. According to TVNZ, the New Zealand-based Synlait Milk collects milk from cows during the night for melatonin, a sleep-promoting hormone expressed in the milk. FULL STORY »

Fuel Up To Play 60 gains momentum in childhood obesity fight

The Let’s Move! initiative, launched by First Lady Michelle Obama, is now entering its third year of improving child health and wellness. With the help of the Fuel Up to Play 60 campaign, this fight against childhood obesity is gaining ground. FULL STORY »

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