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It's Time to Change the Dairy Business, IDFA CEO Says

International Dairy Foods Association's Michael Dykes urges industry to innovate in a rapidly evolving business.

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Cary Frye to Retire From IDFA

The International Dairy Foods Association's senior vice president for regulatory affairs has served the dairy industry for 35 years.

Dean Foods, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, will now sell most of its assets.

Sharing experiences and enthusiasm for fresh department teams is an ideal way to pay it forward for the next generation of industry leaders, says IDBBA President Mike Eardley.

The Series D financing from a variety of sources gives the plant-based company long-term operating capital.

A unique twist on the campaign includes #RanchtotheRescue delivery and free Instacart order delivery through Feb. 8 with $15 product purchase.

The company cites the rising cost of milk and market challenges facing the industry for the filing.

The goal is bring together established leaders with young professionals in an effort to expand the presence and influence of women in the industry.

The beverage giant now owns 100% of the value-added dairy company, which is looking to benefit from Coke's distribution and supply chain muscle.

The trade deal, which is in phase one, has greatly impacted dairy sales, and Michael Dykes, president and CEO of the association, shares his thoughts.

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