On Thursday, The Associated Press published a story on the latest developments surrounding the dairy industry.
The story featured a number of interesting things that may or may not have come from the AP.
Some of them were surprising and not particularly helpful.
The first was a story from CNN.
CNN had a story in November titled, Dairy Queen to Stop Using ‘Dairy Queen’ in Dairy Products.
The article quoted a spokesperson for the dairy company, saying that while they’re still using the word “dairy” in the names of their products, they are not using it in the way it was originally used.
CNN cited a statement from the company that read, “The use of the word ‘dairy’ in our name is no longer appropriate in dairy products.
It was intended to identify a product that is naturally derived from milk.”
It also said that they were “working on an update to our brand identity and products.”
The CNN story said that “The dairy company will now use a different name.”
It said that, “While we have been using ‘Diva’ for years in our brand, we believe that it is a more appropriate name for the brand.”
CNN’s piece on the issue also mentioned that Dairy Queen was using the name “Milk” instead of the “Milks” trademark.
The milk and dairy companies said that the change would be a “short term” change that they could make in the future.
They said that it would be phased in over the next few months.
There are many different brands of milk.
There is a difference between a milking cow and a cow that has milk.
A milk cow is a large animal that has produced milk.
If you are thinking of making a milk that is just milk, the milk cow does not produce milk.
If you are making a cow milk that has some cream, the cream cow does produce milk, too.
So if you’re making a dairy cow milk, that cow is milk, and it’s all the milk.
In addition to this, some milk is naturally sweeter and more palatable, and some milk has a little bit more fat, and those differences can be a bit more important than the fact that you can get cream in it.
CNN also said they “reached out to” the dairy and food companies to see if they could change their names and get their products changed to use the new name.
It said, “It was a request we made.
We’re looking into it.
We will follow up with them when they respond.”
The second thing CNN mentioned was a news article in the Huffington Post, which said that Dairy queen is using “DairyQueen” in their milk.
That sounds like a strange change to me, especially since I don’t drink dairy, and even though the milk company has said they’ve never heard of the term, the Huffington post article said that there is a reason they are using the term.
“The Dairy Queen brand is synonymous with milk and the name Dairy Queen has been used for over 100 years,” said Diane Cusack, senior vice president of marketing at Dairy Queen.
“As a result, the company’s milk product is sold in stores across the country.
The brand name ‘Diggity Dixit’ has been on milk labels since 1937.
This is not the first time we have used the term ‘Dixie Dixiter’ to identify the product in a dairy product, and we will continue to do so.”
This is not how you would normally use the word dairy, but it was definitely something that was very odd to hear from the Huffington article.
I also read the Huffington blog about the changes that were made.
The blog said that after they spoke with the company, they realized that the new term “milk” was not appropriate for their products.
That’s what the Huffington wrote.
“We contacted Dairy Queen and asked if they were using the new brand name and they said that as of now they are, so we are in the process of changing the brand name.”
A few other things from CNN also appeared on their website: Dairies milk and cream products are now certified by the American Dairy Association.
“Milking cows produce milk with a higher quality and more nutrient-dense fat than cows that are not milked,” Cusacks statement said.
Cusack added that the company has changed their names to reflect the new trademark, “Diva,” because the new product will be more recognizable.
In the meantime, the Milk and Diggity Cup brand is still on the shelves.
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