It's the time of year when Denmark's organic dairy cows come dancing out of their barns and into the fields of spring while thousands of Danes cheer them on. This year, the farmers may be dancing too as organic milk proves to be the one bright spot in an otherwise dismal global dairy market.
At a festival on the Danish island of Fyn, Claus Holm, a fast-talking Danish celebrity chef, is sniffing and mixing into a pot of stew an ingredient he calls "totally forbidden." It's cream, and it expires today.
Danes' increasing willingness to buy and consume items like just-expired dairy products has ...
"They're running a little late," chides an elderly gentleman, tapping his watch at 12:02 p.m. He's come to this farm near the Danish city of Ikast, along with about 1,500 others, to celebrate what has become something of a national holiday in Denmark. It's the Sunday in mid-April when thousands ...
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