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The Hudson Valley Fresh team visited Eataly today at 4 World Trade Center for a tasting. We talked with customers, shared our local, high quality dairy products and enjoyed the hustle and bustle of NYC! Did you know we do tastings all through the New York City and Hudson Valley areas? Keep an eye on […] Read more
HVF’s Sam Simon visited the Dr. Oz show to talk about the nutritional value of dairy! Watch the segment Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 1 PM on Fox 5.
FarmOn! Foundation Connects Farms to Kids in Poughkeepsie Schools, Plants Victory Garden & Inspires Kids to Eat Healthy with NBA Athletes There’s a missing link between farms and schools – it’s essential that we bridge it for the health of our children and our communities. FarmOn! Foundation in partnership with the Poughkeepsie Farm Project […] Read more
Want to get in on a little secret? It’s a really good one … and once you hear it, you’ll be surprised you didn’t know it already: Protein is hugely important for our bodies for so many reasons. That’s not the secret, though. Here’s a hint: You can easily get eight grams of protein by […] Read more
From the farm to your fridge, there are many folks along the way who share the responsibility for protecting the quality and safety of your favorite milk and dairy products. Thanks to them, these delicious and nutritious beverages and foods are among the safest and highest quality foods in the U.S. It all begins on […] Read more
By Gabriella Boston February 3 The Washington Post No gluten, no meat, no dairy: You know the story. The don’t-eat-any-foods-from-your-childhood diet has been in vogue for a while now, but one “bad guy” seems to be making a comeback, at least among athletes: milk. “I think it’s great. Chocolate milk has a lot of benefits […] Read more
Whole milk isn’t made wholly of fat, or largely of fat, or even substantially of fat. In fact, it doesn’t contain much fat all. Whole milk is actually only about 3.5 percent fat. The reason it’s called “whole milk” has less to do with its fat content, than the fact that it’s comparatively unadulterated. As the […] Read more
By Sherry Bunting Do you wonder how far your milk travels? Do you want to know how it is produced? Do you assume the label ‘organic’ means ‘local’? Think again. The terms ‘carbon-footprint’, ‘environmentally-friendly’ and ‘locally-grown’ are often assumed under an ‘organic’ or ‘natural’ label. But they are not neatly bundled together this way. An […] Read more
This year, kids in three eastern Hudson Valley school districts will be drinking fresh, top-quality, local milk with their lunches thanks to a confluence of creative energy and funding from several sources—and the urging of the kids themselves. “Many of our students were drinking Hudson Valley Fresh milk at home,” says Sandra J. Gardner, public […] Read more