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  • Vegan Dairy Alternatives
    The replacements: dairy edition
    Surviving on fruits and vegetables alone can obviously grow tiresome after a long period of time. Luckily for us, companies have begun to make plant-based foods to replace the ones we can no longer eat. In this replacements issue, we will focus on...
  • A2 Milk Deputs
    The new A2 milk makes its debut at Natural Foods Expo West
    The Anaheim Convention Center was playing host this weekend to one of the largest gatherings of natural products in the world, Natural Foods Expo West. This is the Natural Food Industry’s chance to put its best foot forward, and to showcase...
  • Almond milk v. Dairy milk
    The truth about milk
    Milk, by definition, is an opaque white fluid rich in fat and protein, secreted by female mammals for the nourishment of their young.That being said, why in the world would it make sense to drink something that is meant to turn a calf into a one...
  • Punch with the taste of Hawaii
    Punch with a taste of Hawaii
    New Year's Eve is only two days away and you may be thinking of bringing in the new year with family and friends. Many people try serving beverages that are alcohol-free, not just for the safety of those who drive but also to include young...
  • Coca- Cola launches new milk beverage
    Coca- Cola launches new milk beverage
    Coca- Cola, the largest soft drink company in the world, is about to branch into new territory according to Forbes.com article published December 1, 2014.Coca- Cola’s new venture isn’t a soft drink, but rather a milk product....
  • Mary Lou Wesselhoeft
    Florida small business owner sues Florida over labeling law
    Today, November 20, 2014, the Institute for Justice filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of Ocheesee Creamery owner Mary Lou Wesselhoeft, against the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (DACS) on First Amendment grounds regarding...
  • Milk case
    Milk causes more fractures and deaths: the Swedish study requires skepticism
    The press reported excitedly if somewhat credulously this weekend about a new study from the University of Uppsala published in the British Medical Journal that seemed to show that those who drank more milk had greater likelihood of bone fractures...
  • Milk Bottles
    Greater milk consumption doesn’t strengthen bones, linked to increased mortality
    Your television is flooded with commercials portraying milk as the consummate protector of strong bones and top health. Athletes, movie stars and other famous individuals help shout this message from the rooftops. But, according to research...
  • Milk
    Vitamin D and physical activity trump milk for better bone health
    You probably grew up hearing the axiom "milk — it does a body good" over and over again. Your mom likely made you drink milk in large quantities at the advice of your pediatrician who wanted you to get enough calcium. Even movie...
  • The Truth About Genetically-Modified (GM) Foods: Making an Informed Decision About the Food We Eat
    The Truth About GM Foods: Making an Informed Decision About the Food We Eat
    Genetically-modified (GM) foods is a term most commonly used to refer to crop plants created for human or animal consumption through genetic engineering. GM foods are developed from organisms that have been genetically-modified to allow for...
  • Foods that most people eat daily: See if your favorite foods made the list
    Foods that most people eat daily: See if your favorite foods made the list
    Is there any one food you eat every day or almost every day? Most people eat some of the same foods daily without giving it too much thought. Live Strong has prepared a list that includes foods that most Americans frequently eat. Check out the...
  • UNICEF provides therapeutic milk
    UNICEF and National Dairy Month
    June is National Dairy Month. There are many ways to celebrate. You can thank your local dairy farmers or attend events. It’s also time to think outside the carton and look to the importance of milk overseas too.Milk “does a body good...
  • June 1 is World Milk Day
    United Nations established World Milk Day
    Since milk is extremely important to all, the United Nations set aside June 1 to celebrate World Milk Day.The first World Milk Day was held in 2001. Since then, many countries throughout the world have participated in the celebrations, and the...
  • Let's make ice cream!
    Let's make ice cream!
    Now that we're in the month of May, you know the weather's just going to get hotter! As we progress into grilling season, outdoor activities, Mother's Day, graduations and so on, it's going to call for some specialty treats. What...
  • A young girl enjoying chocolate milk
    Banning chocolate milk from schools may cause problems
    Kids love chocolate milk and yet problems have been arising due to suggestions to ban this tasty drink from schools. PLOS One reported on the consequences of banning chocolate milk in school cafeterias on April 16, 2014. It has been observed that...