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July is National Ice Cream month and I cannot think of a more appropriate time to celebrate this delicious dairy dessert. On a sweltering summer day, nothing hits the spot quite like a scoop of cool and creamy vanilla ice cream. While it’s certainly a treat all by itself, […]

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Summer Friends: Flavor and Nutrition

Summer is here—the season when multiple studies tell us that schoolchildren gain the most weight. I can’t understand why: my kids are doing all the same things I did—running, swimming, playing soldier in the woods—just on their iPhones. That must be why they have so few mosquito bites. 

But if […]

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Tennessee Welcomes the Great American Milk Drive

June is Dairy Month, a time to honor dairy farmers who work hard every day to produce milk, a wholesome and nutritious product that can be found in households across the country. Unfortunately, this is not the case for many food banks across America, meaning hungry families often miss […]

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Keep Ice Cream a Tradition

‘Who wants ice cream?’ is a question most people anticipate at a backyard barbeque or summer event. Americans love ice cream. It is reported that 87 percent of Americans have ice cream in their freezer at any given time. Within a calendar year, the average individual American eats 48 […]

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What Do All of the Dates on My Milk Mean?

With so many dates listed on the milk carton (sell by, use by, best by, etc.), it’s no wonder many people are confused about whether their gallon of nutrient-rich milk is still fresh.

Not to worry; I’m here to help you decode the date dilemma.

Sell By

You can disregard this date, […]

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