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Higher Ed Matters
A highlight from this year's conference, held June 29 - July 1, was a showcase of UEN's Cheese Science - a collaboration between university researchers and faculty, the Utah Dairy Council, local cheesemakers, businesses, and public media.
Cheese, Technology of Cheese Takes Center Stage
The ability to gain a deeper understanding of cheese and the technology of cheese was at the heart of topics discussed by researchers during the Dairy Foods โ€“ Cheese symposium at JAM 2013 in Indianapolis, Ind.
Brie all you can Brie
City Weekly
Lovers of fromage will be happy to learn that the Utah Education Network (UEN) has launched Cheese Science, an online and broadcast program dedicated to all things cheesey and scientific.
Cheese Market News
Cheese Market News is the weekly newspaper of the nation's cheese, dairy and deli businesses. Find stories, market activity, industry resources, new products and more.
French Cheese Ambassador to Teach at Harmons
Salt Lake Tribune
Cheese ยป Knighted connoisseur will visit three stores.
No Whey? Utah Teen a Professional Mozzarella Maker
Salt Lake Tribune
There are the usual teen jobs โ€” flipping hamburgers, babysitting and mowing the neighbor's lawn. Then there is 16-year-old Steve Floor's after-school assignment โ€” making fresh mozzarella cheese.
A Passport to Free Cheese
Salt Lake Tribune's Bite by Bite
Harmon's Grocery Stores and the Utah Education Network are giving gourmands a chance to get some free cheese.
Researchers Discover a Compound that Controls Listeria
ChronicleOnline - Cornell University
In a year when cantaloupe tainted with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes killed 30 people, the discovery of a compound that controls this deadly bacteria -- and possibly others -- is great news.
A State Microbe For Cheese-Crazed Wisconsin?
Michele Norris talks with Elio Schaechter, a microbiologist and visiting scholar at UC San Diego
Topix Cheese News
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Trading Textbooks for Triple Cream
In the fall of 2003, Petra Cooper was president of McGraw-Hill Ryerson Higher Education in Toronto, then a $47 million unit of McGraw-Hill. At 41, she was comfortable, successful -- and bored.
Utah Cheese Maker Takes Home Title
Deseret News
Gold Creek Farms in Woodland, Summit County, is proof that sometimes bigger isn't always better.
Utah Creamery Hurt by Incorrect Salmonella Reports
Salt Lake Tribune
Family-owned farm finds niche selling raw milk and artisan cheeses from pasture-fed, antibiotic-free cattle.
Utah & Nevada Dairy in the News
Dairy news from Nevada and Utah.