The company also looks to improve sustainable agriculture practices for its milk supply
April 28, 2016
Dannon announced a commitment to further improve sustainable agriculture practices for its milk supply, to increase transparency for its portfolio of products and evolve to use more natural ingredients, including a goal to be GMO-free.
An awards program honors dairy farms, businesses and collaborative partnerships that are committed to stewardship and sustainability.
May 15, 2014
Joseph Gallo Farms uses energy-efficient equipment and cutting-edge technology in its cheese plant help to conserve energy and at least 2.9 billion gallons of water each year, in addition to accepting as much as 10 million gallons of stormwater and wastewater each day from local communities to use for irrigation.
A Wisconsin cheese producer is utilizing a two-stage digestion process to convert its high-strength waste to biogas while reducing the cost and liability associated with using land application methods to handle its high-strength wastes.
August 1, 2013
Anaerobic treatment technologies are a cost-effective means of managing high-strength organic wastes, while avoiding expensive treatment costs imposed by municipalities and contending with increasingly strict environmental regulations
Unilever has reduced electricity use by 13%, natural gas use by 16% and water consumption by more than 1.1 million gallons per year.
April 24, 2013
The Unilever Ice Cream plant in Henderson, Nev., was recognized for Outstanding Dairy Processing & Manufacturing Sustainability and Ballard Family Dairy & Cheese, Gooding, Idaho, was honored for Outstanding Achievement in Energy Efficiency.
Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy launches second year of awards program
August 30, 2012
The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, Rosemont, Ill., seeks nominations for its second annual U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards program. The program recognizes dairy processors, dairy farms, businesses and collaborative partnerships for their efforts in eco-friendly, sustainable business practices
In the 150th anniversary year of the first pasteurization test completed by Louis Pasteur and Claude Bernard, it was both a thrill and an honor to hear the GHG (greenhouse gas) calculators developed by the Innovation Center for US Dairy described as the “must-have” equipment for dairy plants.