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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Milk, Cheese and Yogurt

Cinco de Mayo is the perfect excuse to get together, enjoy the warmer weather and celebrate with family and friends.

Top 10 Food Sources of Calcium

There are a variety of foods that contain calcium—a mineral essential for healthy bones—but the best sources of naturally occurring calcium are dairy foods. Foods like orange juice, cereals and breads are often

Talking Dairy Nutrition with Your Children

As a registered dietitian, I try to lead by example with the foods I offer my children. April 27 is Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day and I recently realized I wasn’t doing to best job of telling my children why I buy

Fueling with Dairy for Big Gains

Spring training is in full effect for many out-of-season athletes. As the weather begins to warm, it’s important to remember to fuel your body properly for the intensity of off-season training and to prevent injury.

Celebrate Spring with a Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

I love family traditions. On Christmas morning, my mom always bakes a delicious, warm and cheesy

Building a Better Athlete: Bone Health with Dairy

Practice, preparation, and proper hydration are keys to achieving peak performance. A commonly overlooked component of athletic success

Houston County High School Launches New Smoothie Program

With the help of SUDIA “Smooth & Smart” program grant funds, Houston County High School in Warner Robins, Georgia debuted its new smoothie pilot program, “SIPS: Fresh, Fast, Fun,” on April 7.

“Gina On the Job” visits Rowlett family farm

Gina Glaros of WDRB Fox 41 Louisville (Kentucky) recently visited the Rowlett Family farm in Oakland, Kentucky. Watch Terry Rowlett show Glaros the finer points of running a dairy operation.

Yogurt Smoothie and Parfait Success

York County School Division (YCSD) in Virginia was awarded a Fuel Up to Play 60 grant from the Southeast United Dairy Industry Association, Inc. (SUDIA) to purchase eight mobile carts with inserts to keep smoothies and parfaits cold.