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Abbott Included on 2018 Fortune Change the World list

Fortune recognizes Abbott for creating positive social impact through business
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Today Fortune magazine announced its "Change the World" list, recognizing companies that are delivering shared value by making an important social or environmental impact through their core business strategy and operations. Fortune included Abbott on the list of leading companies, highlighting work to help dairy farmers through a nutrition supply chain initiative.

Abbott's Dairy Initiative Delivers Shared Value in India

To drive social impact through business in India, Abbott invests not just in products but in dairy farmers themselves.
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Through partnership, Abbott is providing farmers – especially women farmers— with the training and support they need to produce better milk and grow their businesses. This shared value approach is delivering dramatic results – transforming the lives of farmers and their families, while strengthening our nutrition business.

To learn more, click here for the full story.

SOIL – Slow Opportunities for Investing Locally

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by Woody Tasch, founder, Slow Money 

I often refer to Slow Money as “the CSA of investing.” As with community-supported agriculture, our efforts revolve around informal, direct relationships and shared risk. Slow Money funding is flowing in a variety of ways in dozens of communities across the United States (and a few in Canada and France) — peer-to-peer lending, investment clubs, angel networks and pitch fests at public events large and small.

Three Quality of Lifehacks for Adding More Dairy to Your Diet

By: Quality of Lifehacks
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June is National Dairy Month, so we decided to highlight the benefits of adding naturally nutrient-rich dairy foods to your diet.

School Milk to 66 Million Children Worldwide

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In 2014, 8.2 billion Tetra Pak packages filled with milk or other nutritious drinks reached 66 million children all around the world. In cooperation with governments, food processors, development agencies and NGO’s, Tetra Pak and Tetra Laval Food for Development are supporting practical implementation of school milk programmes around the world. Some recent highlights are:

Tetra Pak 'Making Steady Progress' Towards Recycling Target

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Tetra Pak needs to double recycling rates in order to hit a target of 40% of used beverage cartons being fully recycled by 2020, according to the packaging giant's latest sustainability report.

The report also explains that Tetra Pak will need to triple the number of recycled cartons, to about 100 billion a year, by the end of the decade.

Spring Newsletter 2013

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What's new? We have two new ice-cream flavors: Cookies & Cream and Vanilla Chocolate Chip - both are gluten free! Albert Straus speaks out at the NOSB meeting in Portland, a bit of Straus Family Creamery history, and the majority of dairies in Marin and Sonoma Counties are certified organic. 

Straus Family Creamery Introduces New, Organic Ice Cream Flavors: Cookies & Cream and Vanilla Chocolate Chip – both are gluten free

Two beloved flavors, with Straus Family Creamery’s authentic, fresh dairy taste
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Petaluma, Calif., May 21, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Just in time for summer and in response to the growing demand for gluten-free desserts, Straus Family Creamery is proud to announce two new ice-cream flavors: Cookies & Cream, and Vanilla Chocolate Chip. Cookies & Cream is the first and only certified organic, gluten-free version of this flavor on the market today.

Straus Family Creamery’s New Wholesale Bag-In-Box, Organic Milk Now on the Menu at UC Santa Barbara

Northern California, organic, artisan dairy is the newest addition to UCSB’s innovative sustainable food program
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Petaluma, Calif., February 26, 2013 /3BL Media/Northern California organic dairy pioneer Straus Family Creamery is pleased to introduce organic, 5-gallon bag-in-box milk, a brand new wholesale product designed especially for foodservice operations. Already in the glasses of thousands of University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) students, this milk fits seamlessly with the growing sustainable food movement on college campuses, including the University of California system. 

Straus Family Creamery Supports Prop 37 with Multimedia Campaign

COWTALK - voices from afield
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This November 6th, vote YES on Prop 37

We believe that consumers have a fundamental right to know what we are eating and feeding our children. Labeling foods containing GMOs will empower consumers to make informed choices. We believe in empowering consumers so that we can affect positive change in the US food system.

About Prop 37

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