As the World Turns

Levitt, Alan
November 2009
Dairy Foods;Nov2009, Vol. 110 Issue 11, p80
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the status of the international dairy products industry amidst the global financial crisis in 2009. It mentions the China melamine crisis which resulted in poor Asian demand and the credit freeze which caused companies' inability to buy and hold inventory. U.S. Department of Agriculture/Foreign Agricultural Service data indicated that the country's dairy exports declined. However, New Zealand dairy production recovered and exports increased.


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