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DFA announces participants for the 2019 Sprint Accelerator

By Beth Newhart

Seven dairy companies have joined the 2019 class of the Kansas City-based Sprint Accelerator. Co-sponsored by the Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), ag tech and food product brands will spend three months under mentorship and collaboration with experts from...

Land for agriculture is at a premium in Singapore. Pic: ©Getty Images/CharlieTong

Tiny community is left up in the air as officials take their time in allocating new plots

Singapore farmers hope government gives clarity on the future of their lands

By Richard Whitehead

Beyond the jam of ships queuing for a berth in Singapore’s harbor, beyond the glass and steel towers bearing the names of the world’s haughtiest banks, beyond the malls, the hawker stalls and the bars of the city center and the massing clusters of public...

Exploring plant-based protein with Cargill at Expo West

Exploring plant-based protein with Cargill at Expo West

By Beth Newhart

Cargill recently completed a study on consumer perceptions of plant-based proteins in the US. Matthew Jacobs of Cargill shared the findings with DairyReporter at the Natural Products Expo West show in Anaheim this month.

There is genuine consumer demand for milk in Sri Lanka. Pic: ©Getty Images/chamski

Not enough joined-up thinking has gone into the island’s dairy plan, says Singaporean entrepreneur

Sri Lanka is full of potential, despite the government’s efforts to promote dairy

By Richard Whitehead

Sri Lanka is only currently producing about 30% of the milk it is capable of, according to a Singaporean entrepreneur who is desperate to increase this figure and turn what is largely subsistence farming into a viable industry.

If passed, the bill would make it a requirement that the FDA enforce dairy and non-dairy standards of identity. Pic: ©GettyImages/izanbar

Senators reintroduce Dairy Pride Act

By Beth Newhart

US Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and Jim Risch (R-ID) brought the Dairy Pride Act back to Congress last week after a failed attempt at passing it in 2017.

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