10 Chobani brings zero sugar concept to yogurt drinks

Yogurt maker Chobani added a new product to its zero sugar portfolio, introducing Chobani Zero Sugar Drinks.

9 How consumers respond to increased prices

Rising grocery store prices continue to be a major hurdle for consumers in 2023 as more than two-thirds of shoppers report they are spending more on groceries than one year ago, according to recent data from FMI – The Food Industry Association.

8 FDA provides update on formation of Human Foods Program

The FDA’s nascent Human Foods Program, which will be a combination of the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Office of Food Policy and Response and certain aspects of the Office of Regulatory Affairs, came into greater focus when the agency made several proposals for breaking up the ORA.

7 Upcoming Perry's flavor made for Ohio State fans

Perry’s Ice Cream partnered with Ohio State Sports Properties to roll out a new flavor developed specifically for Buckeyes fans.

6 DBIA grants go to 26 dairy companies, cooperatives

The Dairy Business Innovation Alliance announced 26 dairy companies and cooperatives from 11 states were chosen to receive Dairy Business Builder grants totaling $2.3 million.

5 Survey: 70% of consumers always stop in dairy aisle

Coinciding with National Dairy Month in June, the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association shared that a recent survey found 70% of US consumers view the dairy aisle as a “must-stop” location on every trip to the grocery store.

4 Yoplait launches new yogurt options for summer

Yoplait announced it has two new snacks rolling out for the summer: Yoplait Original with Chocolate Shavings and Go-Gurt Freeze & Reveal tubes.

3 Yasso acquired by Unilever

Unilever is acquiring Yasso Holding, Inc., Boulder, Colo., a manufacturer of frozen Greek yogurt snacks.

2 Häagen-Dazs introduces new line of yogurt snacks

Häagen-Dazs isn’t just for the ice cream aisle anymore. The brand is extending its reach with the debut of the Cultured Crème yogurt line.

1 DFA withdrawing IDFA membership over FMMO petition

Dairy Farmers of America, the largest dairy cooperative in the US, is withdrawing its membership from the International Dairy Foods Association over IDFA's petition to modify the federal milk marketing order system.