Humans love cheese: Oldest evidence of dairy processing found at ancient Croatian site

Cheese. Soft, hard, shredded, melted, sprinkled, drizzled. So many different ways to enjoy this delectable dairy goodness that comes in seemingly endless varieties. The human race loves cheese — and has for a very long time.

Archaeologists have found what could be the oldest example of ancient cheese making known to science. At two sites […]

SDSU wins Collegiate Dairy Products Evaluation Contest

Last month brought us the 2018 Collegiate Dairy Products Evaluation Contest, an annual event in which student sensory evaluators put their dairy expertise to the test with blind assessments of donated dairy products. The contest is one of the longest-running contests for sensory evaluation in the U.S., only having paused for each of the World […]

FDA proposes changes to nutrition labels

Twenty years after it was first introduced, the Nutrition Facts label may be receiving a makeover. The changes, proposed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), aim to update serving size and labeling requirements, implement a new design and stimulate the ultimate goal of better understanding of nutrition science.

There are several key changes to […]