US Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WIS) spoke on the Senate floor Wednesday on behalf of her ‘Dairy Business Innovation Act’ to promote the Wisconsin dairy industry. She secured key funding and bipartisan support.
Minerva Dairy plans to appeal a dismissal of its lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's ‘artisanal butter ban’ dating back to 1953 that prohibits the sale of ungraded butter in Wisconsin.
Yogurt manufacturer Chobani Inc. is facing legal action in the US over claims that its use of the term ‘evaporated cane juice’ on its Greek yogurt products violates federal and state food labelling laws.
Tesco has expressed "surprise and dismay" at an Office of Fair Trading (OFT) ruling that it must pay £10.43m for allegedly colluding with other retailers and suppliers to fix cheese prices in 2002 to 2003.
A German consumer rights organisation is suing Lidl, Prolactal, and local health officials for ‘negligent homicide’ following a listeria cheese outbreak that resulted in seven deaths earlier this year.
FSA guidance on terms like 'fresh', 'natural' and 'pure' helps protect responsible businesses against unscrupulous competition. But labelling that does not meet guidance in full would still be legal if it does not mislead...
Parmalat has stepped up legal proceedings against banks alleged to
have failed to prevent its 2003 financial collapse as it continues
its drive to re-establish itself as a leading global dairy company.
Enrico Bondi, the government-appointed special administrator of
bankrupt Italian dairy group Parmalat, is set to sue a number of
Italian financial groups in an attempt to stifle mounting criticism
that he has given preferential treatment...