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Environmentalists sue NY over dairy rules

A coalition of environmental groups is suing the Cuomo administration over dairy farm regulations intended to bolster the state's growing yogurt industry, the groups announced Monday. Full story

SD raw milk supporters oppose state rules on sale

Raw milk producers and their customers asked South Dakota officials once again on Friday to scrap rules they argue would impose too many restrictions on the production and sale of unpasteurized milk. Full story

Chocolate Banana Pudding Strawberry Shortcake

   If you're sensitive to dairy due to lactose, you’ll love this indulgent dessert made with LACTAID® Milk.

Milk bottle of Whately restored

An iconic milk bottle that has become a symbol for the Townof Whately has been restored. Full story

Dairy farmers: Hot cows producing less milk

   Dairy farmers are feeling the effects of the ongoing heatwave. Will you soon be paying more at the grocery store? WGAL’s Lori Burkholder reports.

Danone, Biostime cut China infant milk prices amid probe

HONG KONG (Reuters) - French food giant Danone SA <DANO.PA> said it had cut prices of its baby milk formula products in China by up to 20 percent following an investigation by Beijing into possible price-fixing and anti-competitive behavior in the sector. Full story

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  Alicia Silverstone starts vegan breast milk bank

The actress, a vocal proponent of breastfeeding, wants to make it easier for moms to share their milk with those who struggle with breastfeeding, but some doctors are warning this could carry risks. NBC’s Mara Schiavocampo reports.

  5 expert tips for preventing and treating sunburn

No matter how much we try to avoid it, we’ve all experienced the pain of sunburn. Just one blistering sunburn can double your risk of malignant melanoma, so New York City dermatologist Dr. Debra Wattenberg offers her tips on sunburn relief.

  Chicken with lactose-free creamy mushroom sauce

Melissa d'Arabian makes chicken in creamy mushroom sauce using LACTAID® Milk with a side dish your whole family can enjoy.

  Chill out with these refreshing, healthy drinks

Allison Fishman-Task from Cooking Light magazine shows Kathie Lee and Hoda how to quench their thirst with a s’mores shake and a green smoothie that are perfect when it starts to heat up outside.

  Milk spill closes Kentucky highway

Traffic came to a halt in Kentucky when a semi-truck carrying dairy products toppled over spilling gallons of milk onto the highway. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.

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A bucket containing fresh milk is pictured as cows are milked in the background at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo
A bucket containing fresh milk is pictured as cows are milked in the background at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo

A bucket containing fresh milk is pictured as cows are milked in the background at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo, some 415 km north of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 24, 2013. About 250 residents of Antsiferovo, mostly employees of the agrarian open joint-stock

Employees milk cows at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo
Employees milk cows at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo

Employees milk cows at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo, some 415 km north of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 24, 2013. About 250 residents of Antsiferovo, mostly employees of the agrarian open joint-stock company Antsiferovovskoye Farm, rear about 500 cows for mil

An employee milks cows at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo
An employee milks cows at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo

An employee milks cows at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo, some 415 km north of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 24, 2013. About 250 residents of Antsiferovo, mostly employees of the agrarian open joint-stock company Antsiferovovskoye Farm, rear about 500 cows for

An employee pours milk as cows are milked in the background at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo
An employee pours milk as cows are milked in the background at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo

An employee pours milk as cows are milked in the background at the Antsiferovskoye Farm in the village of Antsiferovo, some 415 km north of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 24, 2013. About 250 residents of Antsiferovo, mostly employees of the agrarian open joint-stock company Antsiferovo