• U.S. suppliers also seeing recovery of whey sales to China. Record exports of dry ingredients to Southeast Asia, plus rebounding volumes of whey products to China, sent U.S. dairy exports higher for the eighth straight month – a testament to the resilience of U.S. exporters in the face of COVID-19 lockdowns and disruptions.     In April, U.S. suppliers shipped 181,437 tons of milk powders, cheese, whey products, lactose and butterfat, 7% more than the year before. On a solids basis, exports were up 10%. [Read More ...]

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