Start-up brands turn to dairy processors to make their ideas come to life. So do some established dairies that might not have the in-house expertise or the capital to buy and install processing lines. Contract manufacturing is a multibillion-dollar business benefitting both parties.
Fathers' Day is this month, high school and college students will receive their diplomas on graduation day and brides like to tie the knot in June. But the dairy industry celebrates not just one day but the entire month of June.
It's a journalistic crutch to evoke T.S. Eliot and his description of April in his poem "The Wasteland." Nevertheless, it's an apt description of the food recalls that roiled the industry in the last 30 days.
What happens when a good-for-you food like yogurt turns into a candy bar? My brain churns when I think of the desecration of this pure dairy food and two of my personalities come out. This month, Red State Jim and Blue State Jim share their points of view.
On a tour of Europe, Kroger’s dairy experts saw technologies and processing techniques not found in a typical American. Best practices at Mountain View Foods in Denver preserve milk’s freshness and help Kroger develop innovative dairy-based products.