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Two Student Ambassadors To Share California Dairy Messages With International Audience

Lauren Dutra of Hanford and Siena Rollin of Riverdale have been selected to represent the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) in Mexico during the 2022 CMAB International Internship Program. The interns, selected from students coming from a California dairy background enrolled in agriculture-related programs at colleges and universities, were chosen based on academic achievement, their connection to the California dairy …

Real California Milk + Latina Singer-Songwriter CRYS Partner Launches First-Ever Cheese Record

California Freestyle, the first-ever music record made of California cheese has launched, along with a free consumer download of the featured track that celebrates all things California and California dairy. California Freestyle, a collaboration from Real California Milk with Latinasinger-songwriter CRYS, captures the intersection of California music and delicious, sustainable dairy in itsrarest form – a playable record made from …

$30,000 Search for Original Pizza Recipes Showcasing California Cheese

The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) today announced the launch of the 2022 Real California Pizza Contest, the fourth annual search for the best pizza recipes using Real California Cheese. The contest, which will award prizes totaling $30,000 for the most innovative uses of cow’s milk cheeses from California, is open for entries by professional chefs and culinary students throughout …

Grants Fund Study, Outreach on Sustainable Milk Production

A four-year, $1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant will fund a project to test a novel strategy to make milk production more efficient and sustainable, while a second, related NSF grant of $200,000 will help students and faculty from Cornell and SUNY Cortland to communicate animal science to the public. For the project’s research component, principal investigator Joseph McFadden ‘03, associate …

US Ag Exports to Mexico Shatter Records, Including Fresh Fruits, Vegetables & Dairy

In 2021, U.S. agricultural and related product exports to Mexico shattered all-time records, helping to close the agricultural trade gap between the two trading partners. Mexico surpassed Canada as the number two market for U.S. agricultural product exports. The highly integrated and complimentary nature of U.S.–Mexico food and agricultural supply chains ensured that record trade was observed across all product …

National Milk Producers Association Advances Marketing Order Discussions

National Milk Producers Federation celebrated strong global demand for U.S. milk in a time of turmoil and asserted leadership in its efforts toward Federal Milk Marketing Order modernization in its two-day March Board of Directors meeting that concluded today. The first in-person board meeting held in Arlington, VA, since March 2020 provided an opportunity both to look back on dairy’s …

International Dairy Federation’s Dairy Innovation Awards

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) has announced the launch of the IDF Dairy Innovation Awards, which is designed to encourage and celebrate innovative practices across the dairy sector. “Dairy actors around the world have been actively engaged over the years in improving farming and processing of milk and dairy foods. It is important for IDF to stimulate and share light on …

Carbon Foot Printing in the Dairy Value Chain Using a Lifecycle Assessment Approach

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) common methodology for lifecycle assessment (LCA) of dairy production and processing was first published in 2010. The guide is designed to assist the dairy industry with its journey to reduce GHG emissions across the value chain. To play its part in mitigating Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG), the sector invested considerable effort in trying to better …

“Ag-vocates” to Share Lessons Learned at 2022 Animal Ag Alliance Summit

Ballot initiatives. Undercover videos. “Pink slime.” Animal agriculture has gone through the ringer when it comes to activist actions and misinformed marketing schemes, subsequently adding a new role for farmers and ranchers who feel compelled to speak up for the community they love. At the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s 2022 Stakeholders Summit, three rockstar “ag-vocates” will break down how engagement has …

Global Demand for High-Protein Whey Soars, but is Growth Sustainable?

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered the global market for high-protein whey products, which have now entered the mainstream as a super food for health-conscious consumers. Global demand for high-protein whey has grown exponentially during the pandemic as consumers around the world sharpened their focus on health and nutrition. As the global leader in high-protein whey production and exports, the …

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