Picarro & IsoForensics Announce Milk Origin Verification Solution

April 15, 2010 Picarro

Until now, the only authentication for milk origin was a bar code on a container. Picarro and IsoForensics are announcing at the Food Safety Summit the world’s first Milk Origin Verification Solution (MOVS) for the food and beverage industry.

The World’s Best Cheddar & Boston’s Comfort Food Diva Collaborate

“Nothing says great ‘cheese’ like Cabot Creamery Cooperative’s cheddar,” thought Stephanie Sokolove, owner and chef of two popular Boston-based restaurants, Stephanie’s on Newbury and Stephi’s on Tremont. Considering that the restaurants use about 150 pounds of Cabot’s award-winning cheese a week on comfort food dishes, it makes perfect sense for the two organizations to team-up on recipes and special events for New England’s consumers. And, today the two organizations announced that these tasty co-marketing initiatives will begin!

York, PA-Area Grocery Prices Tick Up, Especially Dairy

The York Dispatch conducts a price comparison at four area stores every October and April, pricing a sample of 17 commonly purchased items — ranging from staples such as milk to local favorites such as Martin’s Potato Chips and Turkey Hill ice cream.

FL Depts Of Ag. & Ed. Join Dairy Farmers & NFL To Fight Child Obesity

April 14, 2010 Dairy Council Of Florida

The Florida Departments of Agriculture and Education have joined a campaign to fight and defeat childhood obesity in cooperation with Dairy Farmers, Inc./Dairy Council of Florida and the NFL, multiple health organizations and several major corporations.

Take A Cheese Course In Queso de Guia

April 14, 2010 Max Shrem, Slash Food

The mere smell of a cheese can indicate its pastoral origins. So, when inhaling the deep floral, fruity aroma of Queso de Gua, a semi-aged sheep’s milk cheese, it’s no wonder that the experience is like breathing in the fragrance of pastures on Gran Canaria, one of the Canary Islands, where the cheese is produced.