Evaluating consumer acceptance of food products

Sensory testing is a valuable tool in assessing consumer preferences FULL STORY »

U.S. restaurant business contracts for first time in six months

The U.S. restaurant business contracted in May for the first time in six months, as persistently high unemployment discouraged many people from eating out, according to an industry group survey. FULL STORY »

Illinois farms open the doors to Chicago moms

A group of Illinois farms will soon be opening their doors to moms in the Chicago, Ill., area. FULL STORY »

American Farm Bureau Federation the 2011 Food and Farm Facts book

The 2011 Food and Farm Facts book and map poster, produced by the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Public Relations Department, is fresh off the press. FULL STORY »

More kids dealing with food allergies

A new study published this week in Pediatrics indicates that more kids than previously thought have a food allergy — including an allergy to milk. Results from the online study of almost 40,000 adults who lived with a child under age 18 showed that food allergy prevalence for respondents was solidly at 8 percent, or about 6 million U.S. children. Previously, experts estimated that anywhere from 2 to 8 percent of kids were affected. FULL STORY »

Pennsylvania unveils new consumer brochure

The Center for Dairy Excellence has unveiled a new consumer brochure made possible by a grant from the Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association. FULL STORY »

Energy cost run-up drives retail food prices

Retail food prices at the supermarket increased during the second quarter of 2011, according to the latest American Farm Bureau Federation Marketbasket Survey. FULL STORY »

Studies show chocolate milk beneficial after aerobic exercise

According to DairyReporter.com two studies from the University of Texas Research show chocolate milk is a better option to help the body refuel, rehydrate and recover following a workout than a carbohydrate drink or water. FULL STORY »

Older Americans need more calcium

Milk marketers may want to look toward a new target audience. A recent study by researchers at the University of Connecticut and Yale University shows that older men and women consume less calcium through their diets than younger adults, and may need to adjust their food intake or increase their use of calcium supplements to prevent osteoporosis. FULL STORY »

Celebrate June Dairy Month by raising a glass of milk to Midwest dairy farm families

June Dairy Month, an annual celebration that began in 1937, is traditionally a time to reflect on dairy foods and the industry that makes it possible. It was created as a way to help distribute extra milk when cows started on pasture in the summer months. Today, its rich history continues, with communities, companies and people from all over the country observing June Dairy Month in a variety of ways. FULL STORY »

Wal-Mart sales continue to sag; retailer raising some food prices

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. reported U.S. sales fell for the eighth consecutive quarter as expensive gasoline pressured consumers, and the largest retailer said it is raising prices for some foods to offset inflation in meat, milk and other products. FULL STORY »

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