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The Dairy Download invites listeners to celebrate Women’s History Month with an episode featuring three female founders making inroads in the dairy industry.
Joining us first is Julia Joseph, founding partner at Maple Hill Creamery. She helped rebuild the business from the brink of foreclosure and into an organic business working with more than 150 farms. Today, she’s focused on getting Maple Hill’s grass-fed products on more shelves near you.
Next up is Anna Landmark and Anna Thomas Bates, co-founders of Landmark Creamery. Anna Landmark tells us how she went from making sheep’s cheese in her kitchen to creating and selling products across the country. And Anna Thomas Bates discusses the company’s retail presence and partnership with other dairy processors.
Today's episode is sponsored by RSM. "At RSM, “We Know Dairy.” With industry recognized and award winning Microsoft solutions from Dynamics 365, Office, Teams, Power BI and more, RSM is your stop for a Dairy focused technology solutions provider. Learn more at digital.rsmus.com."
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About The Dairy Download
The International Dairy Foods Association and Blimling and Associates are partnering to produce “The Dairy Download,” a new podcast for anyone who follows the twists and turns of the U.S. dairy industry. Witty, fast-moving and stacked with dynamic guests, the podcast offers sharp insights in a neat package under 25 minutes. Blimling’s Phil Plourd and Kathleen Wolfley host each episode, leading listeners through a rundown of action in the CME markets and things to watch, while going in depth with guests on consumer, market and policy trends shaping dairy. Wonks, nerds, data hounds and tech evangelists are welcome. Listeners will get the perspectives of various industry experts who can unpack challenging issues in fun and interesting ways. Learn more about the podcast at www.idfa.org/thedairydownload.