A whole lot goes into every single drop of milk. That's why, at the dairy checkoff, we believe every drop of milk is essential. And it doesn't matter if that drop becomes a glass of milk, or cheese, or yogurt, or ice-cream, or something completely new and amazing that the world hasn't seen yet, it's all still essential.
We're here to make sure dairy will always matter. With research and innovation and marketing programs, we give support and tools to farmers to make dairy relevant in today's ever-changing environment. To help ensure the results of your hard work are valued today and for years to come.
It's a partnership with one goal in mind: Making every drop count.
During National School Breakfast Week, four New York schools and one New Jersey school each received a $7,000 breakfast cart through a grant from the PepsiCo Foundation and GENYOUth.
Conservation assistance available for Pennsylvania farmers
To recognize National School Breakfast Week, ADA North East is helping schools get more dairy included in school breakfasts through our Breakfast After the Bell program.
Milk took to the courts and the mats at several high school winter sports championships — helping fuel hundreds of athletes.
The U.S. has grown nonfat dry milk/skim milk powder (SMP) exports to between 25-30 percent of total SMP trade, up from 7 percent in 2000.
The dairy aisle in the Shop ‘n Save in Heidelberg, Pa., got a makeover this week as part of ADA North East’s Dairy Aisle Reinvention program.
ADA North East health professionals recently facilitated a webinar for 50 registered dietitians from ShopRite to provide how-to training for culinary.
Increased shelf space for dairy products in retail stores’ refrigeration cases boosts dairy sales.
Natalie Vernon from Wayne County named the 2020-2021 New York State Dairy Princess.
Dr. Frank Mitloehner explained the relationship between animal agriculture and climate change at the Pennsylvania Dairy Summit.