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HomeDairy BlogsCalifornian dairy companies bag US$300,000 in first spherical of DBII funding

Californian dairy companies bag US$300,000 in first spherical of DBII funding

The California Dairy Innovation Heart (CDIC) has introduced 5 California winners of Dairy Enterprise Innovation Initiative grants by the Pacific Coast Coalition, the USDA-funded initiative hosted by Fresno State College supporting dairy product, course of and packaging innovation.

The grants are the primary within the US$1.8m DBII award from the USDA that created the Pacific Coast Coalition to assist dairy companies in California, Oregon and Washington within the improvement, manufacturing, advertising and marketing, and distribution of dairy merchandise. These are supplemented by further phases of funding totaling over US$20m introduced in November by USDA.

A second spherical of funding, which is able to award round $4m in grants from US$50,000 to US$1m, will probably be introduced later in January.

The winners embrace Capstone Ranch/Marvel Cow (Madera County), Central Coast Creamery (San Luis Obispo County), Foggy Backside Boys (Humboldt County), Schoch Household Farmstead (Monterey County) and Weststeyn Dairy Farm (Glenn County).

John Talbot, CEO of the California Milk Advisory, commented: “The continued funding in dairy innovation at each the farm and plant degree will assist take our business to the subsequent degree. And CMAB’s California Dairy Innovation Heart was instrumental on this grant course of and has sources to information certified California dairy companies to take full benefit of those alternatives. We respect Fresno State College, host of the DBII grant. The dedication of Dr Carmen Licon and Dr S. Pheasant and the directors and grant employees at Fresno State have moved this initiative ahead in a major approach and created a easy pathway for grants to begin making a distinction.”


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