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Every month, USDEC aggregates domestic and global dairy data to create 10 charts displayed in a one-page, printable dashboard. 

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But lost sales to China still eroding overall volume.   

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See the significant mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, new facilities, executive hires and marketing initiatives for the first six months of 2019.

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A USDEC-organized Specialty Cheese Trade Mission started in New York, headed to Vermont and will be finishing a week-long, whirlwind tour in Wisconsin on Saturday.    

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Every month, USDEC aggregates domestic and global dairy data to create 10 charts displayed in a one-page, printable dashboard. 

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Resolution of tariff issues helps pave way for Congress to ratify trade agreement critical for U.S. dairy exports to Mexico, Canada.

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Year-to-date pace is still the third-best ever.  

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Student competition in China serves as high-visibility platform to reinforce U.S. dairy ingredient innovation potential.

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A roundup of tweets, toasts, videos and more.

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Market conditions are improved this year. Global production growth has slowed to a crawl, EU government inventories have been drawn down, and world demand remains good. 

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