After making headlines around the world, the a2 Milk brand has finally arrived in Canada. This 100% Canadian milk carries all the nutritional qualities of regular fresh milk with one important difference; most cows’ milk in stores contain a mix of both A1 and A2 protein types. a2 Milk comes from cows that naturally produce milk with only the A2 protein type, or put the other way, doesn’t contain the A1 protein type.
Core Power announced Strawberry as the latest flavor to join its growing collection of ready-to-drink high protein shakes in the Core Power Elite line, which already includes Chocolate and Vanilla flavors. Designed for athletes and fitness enthusiasts who opt for a significant amount of protein to help support their post-workout recovery, the Core Power Elite line delivers 42 grams of complete protein in each 14-ounce bottle with 230 calories, nine essential amino acids, and seven or eight grams of sugar.
New England’s Oakhurst Dairy has released a new, limited-edition flavor to celebrate this fall: Maple Milk. Oakhurst’s new Maple Milk is made with 100% pure maple syrup that Oakhurst is sourcing locally from Bascom Family Farms of New Hampshire, which is a leading independent supplier of pure maple syrup. Bascom Family Farms sources from not only its own taps, but also small family farms in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
When given the option to choose among whole, reduced fat 2%, low fat 1%, skim, other (almond, soy, oat, other plant-based, lactose-free) or do not consume milk, respondents overwhelmingly chose fuller-fat milks because they believe they are most nutritious.
September 5, 2019
The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), Washington, D.C., partnered with Morning Consult, Washington, D.C., to conduct a nationwide poll of 2,200 Americans to better understand consumer preferences for fluid milk and related beverages.
As such, milk is a focus for online retailers who have struggled to attract grocery shoppers.
August 23, 2019
Despite its declining popularity in the United States, milk remains a pivotal product for retailers, as grocery shoppers who buy milk tend to buy significantly more groceries in general than those who don’t, according to research reveals by Rabobank, The Netherlands.
Most Americans believe that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration should restrict plant-based beverage companies from using the word “milk” on product labels.
January 28, 2019
Half of all Americans (49%) believe that non-dairy brands should not be allowed to use the term “milk” on their product labels because they are often less nutritious than dairy milk, according to a poll conducted on behalf of the National Milk Producers Federation, Arlington, Va.