The program was launched in partnership with the Port of Oakland and will set up a new “pop-up” site at the port dedicated to easing the loading of empty containers with agricultural exports.
February 1, 2022
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced a new program to help address the export side of the supply chain crisis. The initiative was addressed at a webinar featuring agriculture industry and policy leaders hosted by the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC).
Supply chain disruptions are currently a highly frustrating reality for industries across the globe. In fact, an October 2021 quarterly report from CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange relays that supply chains are arguably in the most dire condition since the beginning of the pandemic.
The company will partner with BNP Media and Dairy Foods for an upcoming webinar.
September 3, 2021
New York-based JK Tech said it launched its Smart Dairy Solution in the United States. The Smart Dairy Solution is an end-to-end enterprise solution for the milk processing industry on a single platform.
Taking steps to manage sustainability along the supply chain makes good business sense for dairy processors. Indeed, 2018 research by The Nielsen Co. LLC, New York, reveals that 81% of global consumers and 69% of those in the United States say that it’s very important or extremely important that companies implement programs to help the environment.
When it comes to the efficient transportation of milk and other dairy products, time is tight. Dairy processors must move selections in the most effective manner if they are to minimize operational expenses while maintaining food integrity and safety.
While nearly seven in 10 business leaders say they have experienced at least one corporate crisis in the last five years, the coronavirus pandemic has put crisis management front and center for every business - large and small, in every industry and in every region of the country.
Dairy products are flying off the shelves at grocery stores, but that demand can't make up for the foodservice losses during the coronavirus pandemic.
April 7, 2020
In a new podcast from the Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, both based in Green Bay, Wis., John Umhoefer, executive director of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association, discusses the unprecedented disruption to the dairy supply chain due to the coronavirus pandemic.