Press Releases & Media

New England Dairy Farmers Support Connecticut Schools During COVID-19 Pandemic Meal Response

East Hartford, CT – The Connecticut Milk Promotion Board (CTMPB) through the regional nonprofit New England Dairy, has funded 585 cooler bags in the Constitution...

New England Dairy Farmers Support Massachusetts Schools During COVID-19 Pandemic Meal Efforts

Blackstone, MA – As school districts across the New England region worked around-the-clock to feed their students with either grab-n-go or home delivered meals, local...

Community Supported Milk Donation Helps CT Families in Need

On Wednesday morning, June 3rd, 1,550 gallons of milk were sent from the Guida’s Dairy facility in New Britain, owned and operated by the dairy cooperative Dairy Farmers of America,...

Special Guests Help Norwood High School Debut New Grab-N-Go Breakfast Cart

An early morning didn’t dampen the excitement at Norwood High School.  Wednesday marked the start of the school’s new Grab-N-Go breakfast program.  Special guests, New England Patriot...

FARMER BOARD APPROVES 2020 PROMOTION PROGRAMS FOR NEW ENGLAND DAIRY, DELEGATES INCREASE UNDERSTANDING OF REGIONAL CONSUMERS

Building healthy soils and resilient fields; creating comfortable, safe, and clean homes for cows; and running efficient businesses are the pillars of any successful dairy.  Understanding the...

New England Dairy & Food Council, New England Dairy Promotion Board Unveil Unified Presence and Voice

On the precipice of its 100 year anniversary, New England’s dairy promotion and education group is proud to announce the completion of a rebranding effort to welcome in the next century of...

New England Patriots and New England Dairy Farm Families Award Providence Career & Technical Academy with $10,000 Grant

Today, the New England Patriots Foundation and New England Dairy & Food Council showed their continuing commitment to student health and wellness by awarding Providence Career & Technical...

Students Pitch Creative Ideas for Serving Dairy in Schools at New England Dairy Farmers’ Innovation Challenge

Foxborough, MA — Fuel Up to Play 60 students and educators from Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire participated in the first ever New...

Derek Rivers with students

Thompson Middle School receives visit from New England Patriots player Derek Rivers and local dairy farmer Kies Orr after winning Connecticut Fuel Up to Play 60 contest

Students Haylie Baillargeon and Deidra Hanshaw, both 7th graders, applied to be student ambassadors in their school’s Fuel Up to Play 60 program.

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