A pop-up coffee shop from Swedish oat drink maker Oatly will be handing out free drinks in Glasgow today and tomorrow.
Creams of the crop: Milk is ubiquitous, used in everything from cereal to tea, but how good is it for us?
Splashed on our cornflakes, added to tea or coffee and warmed on the stove to help us sleep, milk is a central part of our everyday lives.
MORE Scots dairy farmers than ever are exploring new pastures to boost business, unions have claimed.
IN Milk! A 10,000-Year Food Fracas, journalist Mark Kurlansky explores the cultural, economic and culinary story of milk.
Blue Planet documentary’s plastic revelations spark soaring demand from Scots for milk in glass bottles
THE traditional glass milk bottle is making a comeback as concerns mount over plastic pollution.
AN ad for Arla organic milk has been banned for using the "misleading" claim that its production is "good for the land".
For those of us who can remember being given it free at school, milk is a little bit more than just a healthy drink.
COULD Britain be about to see the last of the friendly milkman, delivering a pinta to our front doors?