Single-Service Container Testing

Did you know there’s regulations on the sanitation of your milk jug or the foil on your yogurt cup? Single-service containers and closures have been used in the dairy industry for many years. There are standards established by the FDA to ensure the production of sanitary containers and closures for milk and milk products. The standards… Continue reading Single-Service Container Testing

Almond Milk vs Cow Milk vs Soy Milk vs Rice Milk

Almond milk with almond on a wooden table

Not too long ago, when being a milkman was a career option, the only thing you could expect to drown your cereal in was whole cow’s milk. Now, dairy milk comes in all sorts of varieties: whole milk, 2 percent, 1 percent, skim (fat-free), and even lactose-free milk. For those with dietary or allergy concerns,… Continue reading Almond Milk vs Cow Milk vs Soy Milk vs Rice Milk

What does “Sell By”, “Use By” and “Best By” mean, anyway?

“You can’t drink that milk!  The date on it is yesterday.”   Who has heard that?  Or was it you who said it?  The dates printed on milk jugs are probably some of the most misunderstood set of numbers in the grocery store.  One of the most common arguments people have at home is whether… Continue reading What does “Sell By”, “Use By” and “Best By” mean, anyway?

State Raw Milk Laws

NCSL Maps State Raw Milk Laws as 2015 Legislatures Reach Adjournment BY DAN FLYNN | JUNE 8, 2015 Perhaps no other organization in the country is better positioned to know the best time for drawing a new map of current state raw milk laws and policies than the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL).The bipartisan… Continue reading State Raw Milk Laws