The Daily Churn™ features stories about innovations and people that move dairy forward
Darigold Inc. has launched a new digital magazine to provide a refreshingly new approach to building awareness about the progress in dairy. Called The Daily Churn™ and managed by a former environmental journalist, it features articles, photo essays and videos about the latest innovations and research from around the world — as well as the people who keep refrigerators stocked with cheese, yogurt and other dairy products.
U.S. dairy farmers have taken huge strides to reduce their overall environmental impact. In fact, the carbon footprint of a glass of milk in the U.S. is two-thirds lower today than it was in 1950, according to Frank Mitloehner, Ph.D., University of California – Davis, in his recent U.S. Senate testimony.
“The Daily Churn is designed to close the gap between public perception and what actually happens on dairy farms, giving credit where it’s due in a balanced way,” said Tafline Laylin, Darigold’s leader of digital communication and social engagement. Prior to joining Darigold, Laylin worked as a freelance editor and environmental journalist with bylines in The Guardian, NBC News and The Atlantic, among others. “We understand consumers want to know their food is being produced responsibly.”
Headquartered in Seattle, Darigold, Inc. is the marketing and processing subsidiary of Northwest Dairy Association (NDA), which is owned by 420 dairy farm families in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. Darigold handles approximately 10 billion pounds of milk annually. Darigold produces a full line of dairy-based products for retail, foodservice, commodity and specialty markets, and is one of the largest U.S. dairy processors. Darigold, Inc. operates 11 plants throughout the Northwest, processing high-quality milk produced by its dairy farm families. For more information, see darigold.com.