Havarti, Gouda and Edam are cheese types from the Old World. But Arla is making them in Wisconsin. The CEO of the U.S. division of this European dairy co-op talks about Arla’s growth strategy here and its Cheddar cheese joint venture with Dairy Farmers of America.
The European dairy cooperative Arla Foods amba has set its sights on the United States. The strategic plan of this co-op based in Denmark states that the goal is to “excel in eight dairy categories; focus on six geographical regions and win as one united and efficient Arla.”
Also at the 2017 Dairy Forum, Kathleen Glass received the NCI Laureate Award and Connie Tipton is honored with a Soaring Eagle award for service to the association.
March 2, 2017
The Cornell University Dairy Foods Extension team received the International Dairy Foods Association’s inaugural Food Safety Leadership Award at the 2017 Dairy Forum in Orlando, Fla. The annual event, staged by IDFA, was held Jan. 29 to Feb. 1.
The premiere of ProFood Tech combines the expertise of three of the world’s trade show leaders.
February 14, 2017
ProFood Tech is a new biennial event taking place April 4-6, at McCormick Place in Chicago. It will show the latest innovations and processing technologies for the food and beverage industries, including dairy processing.
Former U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is the new president and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council, Arlington, Va. Prior to his appointment as a Cabinet secretary, Vilsack served two terms as the governor of Iowa.
it seemed like any other day in the school cafeteria – except for one small change. Instead of the usual gable-top milk packages, students at 18 Colorado elementary and middle schools were offered white and chocolate milk in aseptic packaging during the 2015-2016 school year. The response from students was enthusiastic.
Education, and the ability of students to learn and improve their lot in life, is part of the bedrock known as the American Dream. A growing body of evidence suggests that academic and lifelong success can be negatively impacted — not by lack of innate ability or failure to hit the books but by inadequate intake of nutritious foods.