Society of American Florists Advocates for Positive Marketing in the Lead-Up to Mother’s Day

During major floral holidays, many businesses choose to speak negatively about flowers in their marketing campaigns, using email subject lines like “Dump the flowers” and “Skip the Flowers,” or directly comparing their products to flowers in a negative light. As the voice of the floral industry, the Society of American Florists (SAF) responds to these businesses and urges them to reconsider their messaging.

Grillo’s Pickles has unveiled new packaging to prevent spillage. It’s gone viral.

The Westwood-based pickle company recently unveiled new twist-top packaging, designed to sidestep the vinegary spillage common with its previous containers, which required snackers to break off a plastic tab before popping open the lid.

How Bizerba Slicers Support the Delicatessen Business

May 22, 2024 Bizerba

Where perfection is non-negotiable, you will find Bizerba machines. In particular, we found our slicers in the delicatessen store of Antonio Schillinger in Merano. Here, dried ham such as South Tyrolean speck and prosciutto crudo are transformed into perfect slices.

NJ Agriculture, Health Departments Caution Raw Milk Consumption After Bird Flu Outbreaks

The New Jersey Department of Agriculture (NJDA) and the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) are reminding residents of the risks associated with consuming raw milk amidst the current H5N1 Avian Influenza (Bird flu) outbreak, especially considering virus detections in dairy cows in some states.

Fourth California Dairy Sustainability Summit Marks Success

May 22, 2024 Dairy Cares

The fourth California Dairy Sustainability Summit marked milestones in world-leading progress and highlighted important partnerships. Held at UC Davis on March 26, 200-plus stakeholders participated in person, with another 150 people watching live. Participants included many from throughout the dairy supply chain (farmers, processors, restaurants, and school nutrition leaders), in addition to academic researchers, NGOs, state and local regulators, policymakers, and technology and service providers.