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On November 14, Great American Appetizers, Inc. announced the recall of 662 cases of HyVee Mozzarella Cheese Sticks because they may contain undeclared soy flour, yellow #5 and yellow #6.
Hidden-Camera Video from Mercy For Animals Shows Wisconsin Dairy Workers Kicking and Punching Cows, and Hacking Off Tails With Pruning Shears; Group Calls for Change GREEN BAY, Wis.,
LONDON, Nov. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Whey Protein Ingredients in Thousand Pounds (lbs).
Offering another choice of organic, Certified Humane®, real dairy with outstanding flavor for lactose-sensitive consumers SEBASTOPOL, Calif., Nov.
How many times were you told as a child that drinking your milk would give you strong bones? Turns out that might not be true, according to new research published in The British Medical Journal.
CheeseProblems.com Welcomes Back 40 Million Americans with Lactose Intolerance to Cheesy Bliss NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I., Oct.
Using a groundbreaking technique involving the fields of both archaeology and genomics, a large team of international researchers has found that Europeans were largely lactose intolerant until about 3,000 years ago – much later than previously thought.
Annie's new Organic Grass Fed Macaroni & Cheese is made with organic cheese from grass fed cows raised on California pasture BERKELEY, Calif., Oct.
Geographical Indications, Reallocated Cheese Quotas Would Restrict U.S. Access to Canadian Markets WASHINGTON, Sept.
The Abondance is a breed of cattle originating in the high valleys of Haute-Savoie, France. It was bred by monks during the 1100s, originally called the chablaisienne. There are around 150,000 head currently in France. The cattle have also been exported to North America, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Iraq and Africa. It is a medium-sized animal. The female is golden brown in color with a white head, abdomen and leg extremities. She will weigh between 1,280 and 1,500 pounds and stand about...
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