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Food Meets Decor with Hot Wedding Trends

When it comes to weddings (or pretty much any party), unique is the new traditional, and no event should be created alike. One of the most buzzed-about trends for the big day is to have fun with food by creating edible displays that are anything but expected. Guests will fall in love with a deliciously entertaining menu that doubles as memorable wedding decor.

Make Every Day A Fiesta with California Dairy Products

The California Milk Advisory Board celebrates May as “Hispanic Dairy Month” with expert tips and a shortcut recipe for tamales.

Grown Up Grilled Cheese: California Dairy Offers a Sandwich Trio for National Grilled Cheese Month.

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. & MODESTO, Calif. – (April 16, 2013)— April is National Grilled Cheese Month and the cheese experts at the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) are celebrating the cult-like devotion to this classic favorite by offering three inventive and delicious ways to serve it up.

Real California Cheeses Bring Home 22 Awards at American Cheese Society Competition in Denver

TRACY, Calif. – August 1, 2017 – Cow’s milk processors displaying the Real California Cheese and/or Milk seals brought home 22 awards from the 2017 annual cheese competition held by the American Cheese Society (ACS), July 26-29, 2017 in Denver, Colorado.

Healthy Eating Guidance about Whole Fats and Flavored Milk

Many parents restrict children to low fat dairy and non-flavored milks. New research shows whole fat dairy and flavored milks can also be beneficial for maintaining health for all ages, providing parents a wide-range of options in the dairy food group. While some individuals may still benefit from consuming low-fat milk, cheese and yogurt, emerging evidence suggests that consumption of full fat dairy foods may be associated with a decreased risk for diabetes, and kids who drink plain and flavored milk may have better overall diet quality without an increase in body weight.

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