Among stories that were posted to the dairyfoods.com website in 2022, here is a look at the top 10 read stories of the year.
Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) announced the acquisition of two extended shelf-life (ESL) processing facilities from SmithFoods. The processing plants, located in Richmond, Ind., and Pacific, Mo., produce a variety of extended shelf-life dairy and non-dairy beverages, ice cream and shake mixes for both retail and food service customers.
Ben & Jerry's added two new flavors to its topped line: Topped Chocolate Milk & Cookies and Topped Dirt Cake.
Some startup companies have claimed that they can commercially and sustainably produce animal-free "milk."
Unlike previous years, this year's Dairy 100 rankings reflects changes in the market.
California Freestyle, the first-ever record made of cheese, launched on Apri 1.
Daity processors could take steps to improve the quality, taste and sustainability of their products to remain ahead of the competition.
There is growing awareness by consumers that consuming the various "biotics" cultivates a healthy microbiome.
Football fans have the chance to win limited edition non-fungible tokens featuring Team Milk athletes JuJu Smith-Schuster, Terry McLaurin and Justin Herbert.
Thousands of votes were cast in Dairy Foods' Best New Dairy Products 2021 poll, and the results are in.
WPPC is being examined as a source of nutritional and functional ingredients.