How is the American milk industry going to do in 2020? One thing is for certain — it’s changing to keep up with consumer trends. It has to . . . otherwise, as the following news indicates, it’s headed for extinction. America’s biggest milk processor, Dean Foods Inc., had to file for bankruptcy last November.
In an alarming new study, the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Alcoholism Research reports that between the years 1999 thru 2017 annual deaths by alcohol had doubled in the United States. The researchers responsible for the article also said that this statistic was probably underreported as well. The study also showed that men had a
The Cincinnati retail giant Macy’s, which has struggled with falling sales for the past few years while experimenting with niche concept stores like the Backstage shops, has announced that after this past year’s lukewarm sales, especially during the holiday season just past, it is going to board up a total of 28 of its own
A recent review of some Canadian medical studies indicate that ingesting whole milk as a young child may actually help decrease unhealthy weight gain instead of switching to one percent or skim milk — which is what many pediatricians, especially in the United States, have been preaching to mothers for the past fifteen years. The
The prior Federal Reserve chairman, Ben S. Bernanke, said recently he believes the type of surprising steps the Federal Reserve has used to help extricate the American economy out of what has been called a Great Recession ten years ago should now be seen as a ploy to limit the scope of the central bank’s
The price of crude oil skyrocketed this week after a top Iranian military leader was ambushed and killed in a drone airstrike ordered by the President in retaliation for the failed invasion of the American Embassy in Baghdad by Iranian-backed rebels. Global oil experts see this military escalation as a real threat to worldwide oil