Study finds link between yogurt, balanced diet

Yogurt may provide a power-packed supply of nutrients with each spoonful, but a new study shows that yogurt lovers may also have better diets than those who aren’t yogurt fans. FULL STORY »

Greek yogurt coming soon to school lunchrooms?

Some members of Congress are trying to get Greek yogurt into school cafeterias as a protein-packed, healthy option for students. FULL STORY »

CerealFest a sweet success for Vermont dairy industry

Cereal is a staple of college living, and the New England Dairy Promotion Board used it to deliciously inspire students in one Vermont college to drink more milk and support local farmers. FULL STORY »

Study: Omega-3 fortified yogurt keeps hearts healthy

A new study a shown the heart-healthy benefits of yogurt enriched with a traditionally fishy nutrient, omega-3. FULL STORY »

Milk keeps flowing to schools after Wis. dairy plant closes

School cafeterias in the Milwaukee area are flowing with milk this week despite the sudden closure of a nearby dairy plant. FULL STORY »

Blogs, not doctors, guide moms in food information

It’s blogs – not doctors or the government – that today’s social media-driven mothers trust the most on food topics. FULL STORY »

IDFA urges Vilsack to avoid raising milk prices

The International Dairy Foods Association sent a letter to Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack on Thursday urging him to avoid or delay the impact of a 1949 law that could drastically raise milk prices. The letter outlined legal options available to the government to avoid this “dairy cliff,” which could impact the pocketbooks of millions of consumers and taxpayers. FULL STORY »

Interstate raw milk sales subject of lawsuit

A California-based raw milk producer is challenging a federal law that bans interstate sales of raw milk. FULL STORY »

Cheese-making traced back 7,000 years

Ancient evidence dates cheese-making back 7,000 years, and now archeologists examine the importance of cheese in Neolithic diets. FULL STORY »

Consumers thank America’s farmers, learn about ag Play video

The America’s Farmers campaign took to the streets of New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago to see just how much people knew about agriculture. The results may be surprising. FULL STORY »

Got (soy) milk? Consumers begin to pull away

Milk isn’t the only drink to see a slide in consumption. Soy milk, long considered the leader of alternative dairy drinks, has also taken a hit as other specialty beverages begin to “cannibalize” the market. FULL STORY »

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