Slow Food Launches A Petition & Creates A Presidium To Save One Of England's Oldest Cheeses

March 31, 2016 Slow Food

Stilton, one of Britain’s oldest and noblest cheeses, is currently produced by six large cheese producers who blend milk from a number of farms and produce over one million rounds per year. The raw milk version of Stilton, on the other hand, is produced by just one cheesemaker, Joe Schneider, who only uses milk from his own herd of cows.

Sushi You Can Eat Without Chopsticks Now Available Exclusively At IGA

March 31, 2016 IGA

Starting today, consumers can pick up an IGA exclusive – new MAKI2GO sushi sandwiches from the MITO Sushi company. Made up of two sushi rolls that you can eat with your hands ? in the car, at the office, or on the way to an appointment ?  they meet the needs of people on the go and the desire of food lovers to eat a healthy lunch with exotic flavours.

Glut Of Skim Milk In Ontario Costing P.E.I. Dairy Farmers

Ontario dairy farmers have a problem and its cost is trickling across borders all the way to P.E.I.

Judge Says Creamery's All-Natural Skim Milk Isn't Skim Milk

A federal judge agrees with the Florida Department of Agriculture that an all-natural creamery can't label its skim milk "skim milk" because it doesn't add vitamins to it.

AMPI Milk Volume, Foodservice Sales Up In 2015

Growing milk production on AMPI member farms, along with increased orders from foodservice customers, combined to push sales for Associated Milk Producers Inc. (AMPI) to $1.7 billion in 2015. The annual business meeting of the cooperative owned by 2,200 Upper Midwest dairy farmers concludes tomorrow at the DoubleTree Hotel in Bloomington, Minn.