Introducing Fruitlove, a New Spoonable Way to Smoothie

June 20, 2019 The Kraft Heinz Company

It’s no secret that Americans are snacking more often and expect more from the foods they snack on today. This includes demand for unique flavor combinations and a variety of textures, as well as foods that have real nutritional value, satisfy your hunger, and of course, taste delicious. With over one third of active people in America drinking smoothies as part of their healthy routines1, the time is now to raise the bar on America’s smoothie game.

Broguiere’s Dairy is Not Actually Going to Close After All

A dairy farm that’s been in business for more than 100 years in Montebello, offering delectable chocolate milk in glass bottles, announced it would officially close its doors forever in May. But now the owner is saying he’s had a change of heart after the outpouring of support on social media.

Big Dairy Wants You to Know Vegan ‘Butter’ Isn’t Actual Butter

Miyoko Schinner is a perfect illustration of the American dream. To the U.S. dairy industry, however, she is something altogether different.

Yogurt May Help to Lower Pre-cancerous Bowel Growth Risk in Men

June 19, 2019 Science Daily

Eating two or more weekly servings of yogurt may help to lower the risk of developing the abnormal growths (adenomas) which precede the development of bowel cancer–at least in men–finds research published online in the journal Gut.

Lawmakers Are Udderly Serious About Bringing Back Whole Milk

Surrounded by sash-wearing dairy princesses, lawmakers gulping down chocolate milk, and a sea of concerned farmers and their families, allies of Pennsylvania’s dairy industry made a plea in the Capitol Tuesday on behalf of the country’s school children — let them drink milk.