Arizona Beef is Ready for Your Grill This Weekend

The U.S. supplies 25% of the world’s beef with 10% of the world’s cattle. Some of Arizona’s ranchers are 5th– and 6th-generation ranch families. Put some steaks on the grill this weekend.


Our Arizona Grain has Celebrity Status

Our Arizona farms grow a world-renowned wheat loved by international markets – Desert Durum Wheat! Italy loves our Desert Durum for pasta making! So, if you sit down to a pasta dinner tonight it’s probably from Arizona-grown wheat.


The Vintage Date on a Bottle of Wine

The Vintage date on a bottle of wine indicates the year the grapes were picked, not the year of bottling. Arizona’s wine industry has 5 regions representing our state’s award-winning wines! Have you tried any Arizona wine lately?


June is Dairy Month

June is Dairy Month! Arizona’s thousands of dairy cows provide us with the freshest milk, cheese, and yogurt. On average, a dairy cow will produce 7 gallons of milk each day. Remember too, 97% of your milk in the grocery store is coming from our local Arizona Dairies.

BUCKEYE, ARIZONA: Holstein dairy cows in a barn at the Triple G Dairy in Buckeye, AZ, March 11, 2003. The Triple G is one the most technologically advanced dairies in Arizona. More than 3,000 cows per day are milked at the dairy on two rotating carousels which hold 48 cows apiece. PHOTO BY JACK KURTZ



Labels with “Milk” in the Title

Look at Labels for products with “Milk” in the title: Real dairy milk’s ingredient list is short — simply milk and vitamins D and A. Non-dairy milk’ ingredient list can be much longer and have 10 or more additives. Choose dairy milk, it’s real milk.