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It's not lost on me how quickly a year passes when watched through the lens of a young child. Last year, the newness of motherhood was on my mind.
Ah, wedding season. Registering for gifts can be fun, exciting and challenging. If you need to get moo-ving on your bridal registry, or if you're shopping for your favorite dairy-loving bride, we think you will melt over these cheesy and awesome wedding gift ideas.
If you’re looking to eat a healthier diet and decrease your food waste, one easy way to do so is to stock your fridge with nutritious ingredients that can be used in several different ways. Greek yogurt is an excellent example of an ingredient that can be used in virtually any type of recipe.
I can taste it already – malt and ice cream from the Dairy Goodness Bar at the Minnesota State Fair. This once-a-year treat is something I long for; it’s simply not available anywhere else, any other time.
National Agriculture Week (March 19-25) was a great time to recognize all of the amazing people that contribute to the food we enjoy every day. To celebrate, we challenged dairy farmers to post photos on Instagram or Twitter reflecting a theme of the day.
We all know that wasting food is a concerning problem, but very few people see this issue up close like a school custodian. Meet Mark Glende, senior custodian at Sioux Trail Elementary School in Burnsville, Minnesota. He was seeing firsthand the amount of milk that was going down the drain every day.
Put down your mop and scrub brush and pick up some milk, cheese and yogurt; this blog isn’t about spring cleaning your house, it’s about spring cleaning your diet! How so? By tidying up food choices and polishing meal plans in support of the clean eating trend.
In light of National Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) Day, we’d like to express our appreciation to all RDNs for their hard work and commitment to helping people make healthy food choices. We especially want to recognize the 17 RDNs on staff at Midwest Dairy who collectively have 279 years of professional experience! That is a lot of dairy-good expertise.