Mush – The Ready-to-Eat Overnight Oats Brand – Launches Nationwide at Kroger

April 26, 2022 MUSH

MUSH – the brand known for making clean, plant-based, ready-to-eat overnight oats with less than eight wholesome ingredients, has announced a nationwide retail launch into 1,025 Kroger stores. The fan-favorite flavors including Blueberry, Vanilla, Dark Chocolate and Apple Cinnamon can be found in the refrigerated aisle in single serve five ounce cups. MUSH’s Kroger availability spans across the Midwest, Southeast and Southwest regions. This retail launch comes on the heels of the brand’s big expansion into the club channel in three regions of Costco Clubs, bringing MUSH’s retail footprint to nearly 11,000 stores. MUSH exists to heal human well-being by creating food products that are healthy, delicious, and satiating at an unbeatable price point.

Shatto Milk Company Introduces Orange Dream Milk

April 11, 2022 Shatto Milk Company

Shatto Milk Company is releasing Orange Dream Milk on Monday via all stores that carry Shatto Milk, its farm store as well as via Shatto Home Delivery. 

Danone’s Horizon Organic Goes Global With Grovara’s B2B Wholesale Marketplace

April 8, 2022 Horizon Organic

Grovara, the easy global wholesale experience, has partnered with Horizon Organic® to establish overseas distribution markets for the #1 organic dairy brand in the U.S.

Wilk Receives U.S. Patent for Cell-Based Milk Production Methods and Systems

March 10, 2022 Wilk

Wilk, a company developing authentic, cell-based human and animal milk and milk components, has announced that it has been awarded patent approval for Methods and Systems for in-Vitro Milk Production from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, making the company an exclusive patent holder for research methods and technologies for cultured milk and breastmilk production.

Keep Milk Cold! 500+ School Districts to Participate in ‘Strive for 35’ Milk Temperature Study

More than 500 school districts in the American Dairy Association North East’s six-state region are committed to serving milk just how kids like it – COLD! The milk temperature program, “Strive for 35,” is designed to help schools keep milk between 35 and 40°F for optimal taste and to increase student consumption.