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Survey Reveals #TeamSweet and #TeamSalty Evenly Paced in the Battle of the Snacks

TRACY, Calif. (Oct. 4, 2018) – Californian’s status as Team Sweet or Team Salty when it comes to snacking may be determined by geography, according to a new survey by Real California Milk. The survey, which examines statewide snacking preferences, reveals geographic and gender differences on taste, but an overall agreement on the importance of making healthy snacking choices.

Team Sweet vs. Team Salty

California Milk Advisory Board Announces 2017-2018 Dairy Princess Representatives

Tracy, Calif., July 23, 2018 – The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) recently welcomed the 2018-2019 class of Dairy Princess representatives for a three-day session to launch their year of service as California dairy industry advocates. Nineteen Dairy Princesses and Alternates from Districts 1 to 9 attended the Dairy Princess Training in July where they learned presentation and public speaking skills, etiquette and social media tips and an overview of industry programs and issues.

The 2018-2019 California Dairy Princess Class includes:

Real California Cheeses Bring Home 32 Awards at American Cheese Society Competition in Pittsburg, Pa.

TRACY, Calif. – July 31, 2018 – Cow’s milk processors that use the Real California Milk seal brought home 32 awards from the 2018 annual cheese competition held by the American Cheese Society (ACS), July 25-28, 2018 in Pittsburg, Pa.

Governor Brown Recognizes Contribution Of Dairy Farm Families To California Communities And Economy With Proclamation Of June As “Real California Milk Month”

TRACY, Calif., June 8, 2018 – In celebration of June Dairy Month and the contribution of the state’s more than 1,300 dairy farm families to the communities and economy of California, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.

Feeding America Food Banks Receive $30,000 In Milk Donations From California Dairy Families

Tracy, Calif. (March 28, 2018) – Milk is one of the most requested nutrition staples at Feeding America food banks, but facilities are only able to provide the equivalent of less than one gallon of milk per person each year. Today, the culmination of an effort by California’s dairy families to generate awareness for communities in need affected by recent natural disasters comes to fruition with a $30,000 Feeding America check presentation at the Redwood Empire Food Bank in Santa Rosa, CA.

Los Angeles Chargers and California Dairy Families Partner to Award $10,000 to Lennox School District in Support of Student Health and Wellness

Local district to receive financial resources through Fuel Up to Play 60 program for healthy eating and physical activity programs  

#SealsForGood Milk Drive Expands to Support Families Affected by California Fires

California dairy families expand social media challenge to support neighbors in need 

California Dairy Families and the Los Angeles Rams Award Inglewood Unified School District $10,000 Grant to Support Student Wellness

Fuel Up to Play 60 ‘Hometown Grant’ supports student access to nutritious foods, physical activity resources for healthy schools and communities

California Dairy Families Kick Off #Sealsforgood Milk Drive To Support Families In Need

Tracy, Calif. (Sept. 28, 2017) – Milk is one of the most-requested staples at food banks, but among the least donated. On average, people served by food banks receive the equivalent of less than 1 gallon per person per year. To help fill this gap and support families in need in areas affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, California dairy farm families today launched the Seals for Good social media challenge, which will provide up to 4,000 gallons of milk to families and children struggling with hunger.

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