Stay current with news and opinions about the dairy processing industry. The weekly free-standing insert report tracks dairy promotional activities. Editor in chief Jim Carper recaps the people, products and companies making news each week. Guest bloggers share their opinions.
Dairy branding and messaging is stuck in the last century. Consumers today want health information and benefits. When a shopper picks up your milk carton, does she receive the wrong message? It’s probably time for a redesign.
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.
With the guidelines committee considering environmental impacts of food production for the first time, it is critical that we advocate for a food’s nutritional assets to remain the foundation for dietary advice.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are undergoing a revision in 2015, and drafts indicate the advisory committee will — for the first time — consider environmental impacts of food production as part of the criteria for food recommendations.