Organic Valley, the nation’s largest organic farmer-owned cooperative, is proud to announce that today 10 of its farmer-owners are receiving National Dairy Quality Awards for 2010 at the National Mastitis Council’s annual meeting in Arlington, Va.
Now in its 17th year, the national award program is designed to honor dairy farmers who produce milk of the highest quality. Nominees are evaluated on their systems of monitoring udder health, milking routine, protocols for detection and treatment of clinical and subclinical cases, treatment protocols, and strategies for overall herd health and welfare.
Pour it, drink it, blend it! Yogurt lovers can celebrate as Organic Valley introduces a 32 oz. organic lowfat yogurt in a bottle. The multi-use, "live" organic yogurt contains THRIVE™—Organic Valley's unique blend of billions of "good" probiotic cultures that boost digestive and immune systems, and are beneficial to overall health.
Organic Valley, a farmer-owned cooperative of more than 1,600 organic family farmers nationwide, will offer its new bottled yogurt nationwide beginning January 2010 in three flavors—plain, berry and vanilla.
Hot or iced, French press or drip, Colombian or Kenyan–each coffee lover has a particular way of preparing his or her morning ritual. Now, Organic Valley, the nation’s largest organic farmer-owned cooperative, is stirring up something new to make that everyday necessity even more of a deserved daily treat: the perfect cuppa joe meets its match with rich, flavored, organic creamers that are as farm-fresh as they are delicious.
Organic Valley is expanding its line of top-selling organic half-and-half with the addition of French Vanilla and Hazelnut flavored dairy creamers. For soy lovers, Organic Valley is also introducing a new line of certified organic soy creamers, available in Original and Vanilla flavors and the only certified organic soy creamers available on the market.
Leading National Dairy Trade Recognizes Farmer-Owned Cooperative for Sales Growth, Product Innovation, and Commitment to Saving Family Farms
Organic yogurt leader Stonyfield Farm (www.stonyfield.com) has launched the Stonyfield Organic Farmers Grant-a-Wish Program to help fund innovative organic farming projects that can make a strong environmental impact or improve the long-term viability of organic farming.
Bob and Chris Fiedler’s new wind turbine in Dodge County, Wisconsin joins other innovative on-farm practices, including an oilseed press that renewably powered their organic farm in 2010.
Organic Valley, America’s largest cooperative of organic farmers and one of the nation’s leading organic brands, now has an interactive way to show just how local their farmers are with the launch of a new an online feature, Who's Your Farmer?
Organic Valley, America’s largest cooperative of organic farmers and one of the nation’s leading organic brands, and Simply Organic®, a leader of organic spices and seasonings in the US, announced today they will be teaming up to launch a series of recipes and an online Thanksgiving Day Meal Planner designed to help home cooks transform a few quality ingredients into delicious holiday meals, beginning November 1, 2010.
Organic Valley wants families to have breakfast with their local dairy farmers and get to know them over lunch and dinner, too! Beginning this month, making that connection will be as easy as reading the panels of an Organic Valley milk carton, newly redesigned to more boldly depict the cooperative’s family farmers and their pasture-raised cows, many of which graze just outside most city limits.
Wisconsin-based Organic Valley Family of Farms, America’s largest cooperative of family farms and one of the nation’s leading organic brands, is proud to be part of the 25th anniversary Farm Aid concert to be held in Milwaukee on Saturday, Oct. 2.