Vegan ‘Cheese’ Market Booms as Demand Grows

November 23, 2022 Suzanne Bearne, BBC

As a teenager, Brad Vanstone used to help out on his grandparents’ dairy farm in Devon during the holidays.
But in an unexpected twist, decades later he now has quite a contrasting career running a vegan cheese-substitute business.

Cheese Curds Will Return to University of Wisconsin-River Falls Dairy Pilot Plant

November 23, 2022 River Falls Journal

Rest assured cheese curds will be on the production line when the University of Wisconsin-River Falls re-opens its Dairy Pilot Plant in 2023.

Alpenrose Will Move Out Of Portland After Buying Another Dairy

Alpenrose, the dairy with decades of history in southwest Portland, will move to Clackamas after purchasing Larsen’s Creamery.

Leaders Share Dairy’s Sustainability Progress During Alliance Meeting

Dairy industry leaders discussed how USDA Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities projects can help secure a climate smart and profitable future for farmers during the Dairy Sustainability Alliance® Fall Meeting.

‘Make Milk Moments’ Campaign Taps into Consumers’ Holiday Nostalgia

American Dairy Association North East’s annual award-winning “Make Milk Moments” holiday sweepstakes campaign encourages consumers to share favorite milk moments from the season – whether leaving milk and cookies for Santa, baking a dairy-rich recipe, or enjoying hot chocolate with friends and family.