As a global leader in sustainability, the U.S. dairy community has a long-standing commitment to healthy people, a healthy planet and healthy communities. This commitment is also one held by the global dairy sector, which helps create resilient and sustainable food systems to ensure high-quality nutrition for people around the world.
Dairy's established nutrition legacy and its commitment to responsible production are longtime pillars of sustainable food systems. But how often do we factor the affordability of nutritious dairy products into the equation?
The cooperative is setting a science-based target, committing to reduce both direct and value-chain emissions, from a base year of 2018.
August 27, 2020
Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a Kansas City, Kan.-based dairy cooperative owned by family farmers, announced a continued step forward in its commitment to sustainability, as it becomes the first U.S. dairy cooperative to set a science-based target to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGAs) are updated every five years to provide Americans with a roadmap for healthy eating. They also are the cornerstone recommendations used to develop federal food and nutrition programs.
Last month, I received a rather interesting email from a PR firm representing the Silk nondairy brand. The email informed me that the Golden Globes would be joining the "dairy-free movement by serving a totally vegan, plant-based award ceremony dinner to Hollywood’s biggest stars."
The pledge represents another strong step in the company’s journey to create shared value for its stakeholders through the Saputo Promise, its approach to social, environmental and economic performance.
February 10, 2020
Saputo Inc. said it is pledging to accelerate its global climate, water and waste performance.
The company joined forces with Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay to fund dairy farmers’ conservation actions.
October 3, 2019
In a move designed to support the farmers that supply milk to its dairy, Turkey Hill Dairy, a Conestoga, Pa.-based producer and distributor of ice cream and refrigerated drinks, said it joined forces with the Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Association, Reston, Va., and the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay to form the Turkey Hill Clean Water Partnership.