U.S. Dairy Exports Rise in February

April 13, 2012 04:30 PM
 

Continued strong sales of milk powder and cheese improve export volumes.

Boosted by continued strong sales of milk powder and cheese, U.S. dairy export volumes improved slightly in February, compared with recent months.
 
Total export value reached a record high of $435 million, up 27% from February 2011, according to trade data released April 12 by USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service.
 
In the December-February period, U.S. exports of dry ingredients (milk powder, whey, lactose), cheese and butterfat totaled 391,565 tons, up 1% from the previous year.
 
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