A new competition will enable agricultural entrepreneurs to introduce new dairy products for consumers, ultimately boosting dairy sales in New York state. The state Department of Agriculture and Markets, the New York Dairy Promotion Order (DPO) Advisory Board and VentureFuel ...Read More »
In April, Perry’s Ice Cream released a line of oat-milk-based frozen desserts that are dairy-free. In June they started sending out frozen yogurt laced with vegetable purees. This week craft ice-cream maker Eat Me Ice Cream was blending locally grown black currants into a ...
Tagged with: agriculture Amber Odner Andrew Novakovic Catelyn Augustine Chobani Cornell University dairy Eat Me Ice Cream food processing Gayle Perry Denning ice cream non-dairy Perry's Ice Cream Robert Denning wegmansRead More »
A collaborative of eight farms in Livingston and Wyoming counties has released a line of cheeses under the Craigs Creamery brand, promoting the products’ sustainability. The cheeses are made from milk delivered from the members’ farms to their production plant ...Read More »
Now here’s a landmark event: the butter sculpture at the New York State Fair, which opened Wednesday, is 50 years old. Not the sculpture that’s on display at the fair this year, of course. What’s 50 years old is the ...Read More »