July 14, 2015
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that Buffalo, NY based Upstate Niagara Cooperative, Inc. has been selected as one of three manufacturers to supply Greek yogurt to schools participating in this fall’s USDA Greek Yogurt bid as part of the National School Lunch Program. The farmer-owned cooperative was awarded the contracts for the 3 participating school districts in New York State.  Read More

March 5, 2015
Upstate Niagara Cooperative, Inc. has been named a Quality & Service Award Winner for the third year in a row by Dot Foods, the largest foodservice redistribution company in the country. Upstate Niagara was one of only 17 to earn this honor in 2014 out of Dot's 650+ manufacturer partners.  Read More

July 11, 2014
Upstate Farms will make an onsite presence at the 2014 School Nutrition Association (SNA) Annual National Conference (ANC) later this month. Held July 13th through July 16th in Boston, Massachusetts, the conference will allow national food producers as well as foodservice vendors and professionals a chance to display and discover the newest food and beverage solutions for school nutrition operations.  Read More

July 10, 2014
Upstate Farms, a leader in dairy foodservice solutions, has launched a newly designed website. Intended to be a resourceful tool for Foodservice professionals, the new website features a fresh, modern look and feel, and is designed to be dynamic, easy-to-navigate, and highly functional. Those looking to introduce themselves with the company will easily find the full array of Upstate Farms Foodservice products, with an in-depth look at individualized product nutritionals and about production capabilities just a click away.   Read More

June 26, 2014
Buffalo-based Upstate Niagara Cooperative has won a contract to supply public schools in the state of Arizona with Upstate Farms Greek yogurt. The U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded the local cooperative the task of supplying Arizona's school children with the cooperative's notoriously high-quality yogurt for a one-month contract as part of an expanded pilot program.  Read More