The US ate a record amount of cheese last year with per capita consumption hitting 36.3 lbs., a habit that could have positive health implications, according to a study published in the European Journal of Nutrition.
A partnership between European and Cyprus research institutions, within the AGRICYGEN project, intends to facilitate increased production of goat and sheep milk in Cyprus so that the demand for the cheese can be met.
The buzz around the Dairy Pride Act has caused some plant-based brands to drop the use of common dairy terms such as “milk” and “cheese” from their labels, while others have not abided by the dairy industry’s demands claiming consumers understand the...
Half of British consumers would rather give up chocolate than cheese when asked if they had to “choose between never being able to eat cheese again or never being able to eat chocolate again,” according to new research by Mintel.
US per capita dairy consumption reached 591 lbs in 2016, up from 566 lbs in 2010, driven by demand for cheese and butter, Dairy Management Inc. (DMI) CEO Tom Gallagher said during the 2017 annual meeting of US dairy organizations.