As the only alcohol-infused ice cream parlor in Arizona, Lee’s Cream Liqueur is making a name for itself. The owner and creator of the 823-square-foot parlor is Lee Turner, a systems engineer by day and a dairy processor by night. The self-proclaimed ice cream enthusiast describes her treats as a cross between ice cream and gelato. The shop is located in Old Town Scottsdale in what Turner calls the “restaurant district.”
Atlanta-based Carvel, the United States’ first retail ice cream franchise, went back to its roots by bringing back its classic look — with a modern twist. It updated its stores and logo, and introduced new technologies.
There are no secrets to making award-winning cheeses. Just buy the freshest milk and hire the best cheesemakers. Tillamook invites tourists to see the process from an observation deck inside the processing plant.
It is bad enough to have one co-worker looking over your shoulder while you are trying to do your job. Imagine total strangers watching you work. That’s the situation in Tillamook, Ore., where, over the course of a year, 1 million tourists stop at the Tillamook County Creamery Association factory, climb the steps to a second-story observation deck, and watch the cheesemaking process unfold below them.
Milk processors are required to screen all Grade A and Grade B farm bulk milk pickup tankers and farm can milk loads for aflatoxin on a weekly basis.
September 4, 2012
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey announced Friday that the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship will require aflatoxin screening and testing of milk received in Iowa beginning August 31, 2012 and continuing indefinitely.
The order announced today requires milk processors to screen all Grade A and Grade B farm bulk milk pickup tankers and farm can milk loads for aflatoxin on a weekly basis.
"If you seek to find what milk components do in the human intestine you need to study the intestinal bacteria that are influenced by human milk in the first place," says scientist.
August 24, 2012
Recently published work by researchers at the University of California, Davis examines the capability of bifidobacteria to help break down components of breast milk to help improve the overall health of infants.
Communities, industries, businesses and consumers are seeking options to incorporate renewable energy for many reasons, whether it is to offset the rising cost of fossil fuels, to be energy independent or to reduce the strain of a growing population depleting finite resources.
A new campaign to educate moms about the benefits of milk processed at ultra-high temperatures and packed in aseptic cartons aims to shift consumption away from sodas and sports drinks to nutritious milk.
Everyone knows the woes of milk consumption. It has been in a steady decline for years. Once a person exits the ‘tween years and enters the teens, milk is about as relevant as a subscription to Tiger Beat magazine. Heavy drinkers of the stuff are ages two through four; 90% of this age group consumes milk, compared to 61% for those ages 50 and older.
A new marketing campaign by Tetra Pak teaches shopper moms about the benefits of milk pasteurized at ultra-high temperatures. This shelf-stable, or shelf safe, milk in single-serve packages is a convenient grab-and-go solution for drinking the beverage away from home.
A California dairy processor has installed a hybrid solar-powered co-generation system that heats water and generates electricity. Clover Stornetta selected a solar cogeneration solution from Cogenra that delivers hot water and renewable electricity with a payback period of less than five years. This hybrid technology combines photovoltaic (PV) and solar hot water (SHW) generation in one product.