Dairy Trade Mission in Cuba – The Milkweed
Sugar has dominated Cuban agriculture for hundreds of years, leaving little room for any other agricultural sector to develop– especially dairy. Bob Wolter of Creative Business Services (CBS) hopes to change that by establishing a Trading Company would allow the U.S. to import higher quality goods to Cuba. He details CBS’ recent trade mission and his goals for the future of global dairy in this month’s issue of The Milkweed.
How Cultured Dairy can Promote Protein Consumption – Dairy Foods
Phillip S. Tong, Ph.D., professor of dairy science at California Polytechnic State University, discusses the importance of educating consumers on protein consumption and details how dairy marketers should see this an an opportunity to promote their high protein products.
Ethiopian Dairy Start-Up Empowers Female Refugees – UNHCR
After fleeing Somalia, 20 female refugees found strength and self-reliance in running a UNHCR sponsored Dairy Retail Cooperative in Ethiopia. The women’s dedication to their newfound work and the support they provide one another is an inspiration and shows how the dairy industry can contribute to an equitable and more accessible working world.
How Food Manufacturers Can Use Technology to Manage Supply Chains – FoodEngineering Magazine
With the fast-paced growth of the industry and ever-changing customer demands, we’re taking notes on how to improve our efficiency and inventory management with the help of new technology.
U.S. Positioned as Only Global Source for Residual Butter & Cream – The Milkweed Magazine
Keeping an eye on the rising global demand for high-fat content dairy products and the impact it will have on domestic exports from the U.S. in 2017.