California Creamery Operators Association to Assist Scheduled Listening Sessions- CDFA Regulatory Alignment

The CCOA has been asked to assist in Scheduling Listening Sessions for CDFA’s Regulatory Alignment Study. The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and contracted consultants (Crowe LLP) are scheduling listening sessions for the

California Creamery Operators Association Announces ‘California Dreaming’ Conference

The 123rd Annual Meeting of the California Creamery Operators Association (CCOA) returns June 26-27 to South Lake Tahoe, welcoming dairy industry leaders who are looking to stay informed about issues, trends, and opportunities. Since 1900, the CCOA convention has served as an important forum for dairy farmers, processors, academics, allied industry members, and other partners. This year’s theme is California Dreaming: A Vision for Continued Leadership and Financial Success.

Clover Sonoma Receives California Creamery Operators Association Sustainability Award for Packaging Innovation

April 27, 2022 Clover Sonoma

Clover Sonoma, a Certified B Corporation® and third-generation family-owned and operated dairy, receives recognition for its sustainable packaging innovation for the first fully renewable milk carton and post consumer recycled (PCR) gallon milk jug in the United States through California Creamery Operators Association’s first Sustainability award. In addition, Clover Sonoma releases its 2021 Impact Report, highlighting achievements and progress in sustainable packaging, carbon footprint reduction, and social justice issues.

Agenda Announced for California Creamery Operators Association’s Virtual Event

The California Creamery Operators Association (CCOA) will host its 121st Annual Meeting as a virtual event on June 28-30. The three half-days are packed with informative and engaging keynotes and panel discussions.

California Creamery Operators Association’s New Staff, Renewed Vision, and Plans For 2021

The dairy community continues to navigate many challenges—beyond the far-reaching implications of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Promoting education and collaboration to address shared challenges and realize great opportunities are exactly why the California Creamery Operators Association (CCOA) exists.