Kemps Introduces Flavored Shelf-Stable, On-the-Go Canned Milk

September 9, 2020 Kemps

Kemps, a Minnesota-based dairy, is introducing a shelf-stable, on-the-go canned milk product available at Roundy’s Supermarkets at Pick ‘n Save and Metro Market throughout the Milwaukee and Madison area. The new beverage, siips, offers delicious, indulgent and on-trend flavor combinations packed with protein that can be taken anywhere and enjoyed anytime.

Introducing Maple Milk From Oakhurst Dairy

September 8, 2020 Oakhurst Dairy

Move over pumpkin spice, Oakhurst, northern New England’s leading dairy company and beloved milk brand, today announced the release of a new, limited-edition flavor to celebrate this fall: Maple Milk.

Virginia Lawmaker Seeks to Limit the Definition of ‘Milk’

December 30, 2019 Associated Press

Virginia Beach Republican Del. Barry Knight is pushing legislation that would ban makers of increasingly popular products like soy milk and almond milk from marketing their products as “milk.”

Kraft Natural Cheese is Now Made From Milk Without the Artificial Hormone rbST – and is as Delicious as Ever

January 14, 2019 Kraft Heinz Company

Few things are better than cheese, but KRAFT continues to raise the bar. KRAFT believes consumers deserve cheese as it should be, and that’s why KRAFT Natural Cheese is now made with milk from cows raised without the artificial growth hormone rbST – and it’s as delicious as ever.

New Report Shows Rapid Damage to Milk Nutrients by Light

December 18, 2018 Noluma International, LLC

Noluma International, LLC, the leader in light protection technology, released new evidence today highlighting the rapid degradation of nutrients in dairy as a result of light exposure. The report finds that damage to nutritional values comes from all light, including common retail and refrigerator lighting. The report reveals rapid loss of key nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin D and riboflavin in dairy – in some instances up to 51%.1