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Senate Bill 434 would allow milk processors to apply with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture to exceed the 17-day labeling code.

Bottling milk and selling it was never in the plans for Denmandale Dairy. Then the pandemic hit and store shelves sat empty of milk. They Denmans knew what they had to do.

An antiquated regulation on milk freshness labeling is holding back the Pennsylvania dairy industry, state lawmakers say. Right now, milk processed in Pennsylvania must be labeled with a “sell by” date of 17 days from the date of pasteurization

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has issued emergency guidance that allows dairy farmers to discharge milk on land.

How much milkfat is in whole milk? Many people don't know. The Pennsylvania Department of Ag just issued some guidance that could help clear that up.

More A2 milk is making its way to the stores, along with claims that it’s easier to digest regular milk. What's the difference? Is it too good to be true?

Even though the nutritional properties of milk and dairy products has been realized for centuries, specific attributes are still being discovered.

Adding vanilla to sweetened milk makes consumers think the beverage is sweeter, allowing the amount of added sugar to be reduced.

U.S. Reps. Joe Courtney, D-Conn., and Glenn 'GT' Thompson, R-Pa., have introduced the School Milk Nutrition Act of 2019 to expand milk options for students.

Throughout June, Dairy Farmers of America will help raise awareness and provide relief towards the summer nutrition gap felt by nearly 18 million students.