Today's ice cream eaters want it all. In a crowded and competitive freezer aisle, some consumers look for brands that distinguish themselves with innovative new flavors. Some want fewer calories and cleaner labels.
Schreiber Foods (Schreiber) is among the largest privately held companies in the United States. The dairy processor ranked No. 74 on Forbes' 2018 "Americas' Largest Private Companies" list and posted $5.2 billion in revenues in 2018.
Visitors to Schreiber Foods' Fairview cheese converting plant in Carthage, Mo., can't help but be a bit awestruck. The sheer size of the facility, 330,000 square feet largely dedicated to converting operations and another 140,000 housing a distribution center, is certainly impressive. But the high level of automation found within the various departments is perhaps even more remarkable.
A shelf-life study is used to evaluate the time, under specified storage conditions, that a food will tolerate without producing unacceptable microbiological, chemical, physical and/or sensory changes.
The new offerings include the company’s first raw organic cheese.
January 28, 2019
Rumiano Cheese Co., Crescent City, Calif., added two new products to its organics line: Rumiano Raw Organic and Rumiano Organic grated and shredded cups, and an entirely new line, Rumiano Redwood Coast.
Back in 2017, energy drink sales seemed tired. The category experienced only a 2.1% increase in dollar sales and a 1.8% increase in unit sales that year, according to data from Chicago-based market research firm IRI for the 52 weeks ending Dec. 3, 2017.
Five-time basketball All-Star Al Horford is sharing his recovery secret in a new bilingual "Built with Chocolate Milk" campaign from the Washington, D.C.-based Milk Processors Education Program (MilkPEP).
People are interested in foods that can decrease inflammation. According to consumer insights from The Hartman Group, Bellevue, Wash., contemporary diets are personalized and all about balance, wellness and energy. This includes a consumer desire for diets that reduce inflammation.
The new Congress that convened in January will have implications for federal dairy policy. Republicans maintain control of the Senate, but Democrats are now in charge of the House of Representatives, which will likely lead to greater oversight of the Trump administration, including the USDA. Moreover, with more than 100 new representatives and senators now seated, we must ensure that Congress understands and appreciates dairy’s unique nutritional benefits.
To reignite the milk category and increase dairy-related trust and relevance among consumers, the Washington, D.C.-based Milk Processors Education Program (MilkPEP) announced a new campaign called "Milk. Love What's Real."
Dairy Foods magazine presented its 2018 Processor of the Year award to Land O'Lakes Inc. during the Jan. 22 lunch session at the 2019 Dairy Forum in Orlando, Fla. Chris Roberts, president of Land O'Lakes' Dairy Foods unit and executive vice president, accepted the award on behalf of the Arden Hills, Minn.-based cooperative.
It seems that every year I learn about another exotic tropical superfruit brimming with healthy phytonutrients. But the reality is that most fermented dairy products in the United States rely on a fairly narrow list of traditional and cost effective fruits in their flavor lineup.
As consumers worldwide look for ways to increase their protein intake throughout the day, multinational food and beverage companies are looking to diversify sourcing. Selecting a single protein source has advantages.