The value of U.S. dairy exports reached nearly 6-billion last year.
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Wisconsin has over 600 varieties of cheese. ( Farm Journal Media )

That’s an 8% jump over 2018 and a 25% increase over the last three years.The Dairy Foods Association saying it’s a level not seen since the high-water mark of 2014. Total volume was down 7% from 2018. Declines in volume exports were attributed to lost sales of whey and lactose to China due to tariffs and African swine fever.

Cheese export volumes were up 3% last year, the most in 5-years. And whole milk sales also seeing some improvement in 2019. DairyFoods.com is reporting whole milk was the only category to see positive grown last year up more than 2.5% in dollar and unit sales.

Data from IRI,a Chicago-based market research firm, shows four brands even posted double-digit gains. They are Cream O Land Dairy, Fairlife, Hood Lactaid, and Danone. Two of the top 10 whole-milk brands lost sales last year including Dean Foods’ DairyPure, which lost 4.6% of unit sales last year.

At the midpoint of the year, the all-milk price forecast for 2022 is a whopping $26.20 per hundredweight (cwt), according to the June 2022 USDA/ERS Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook report.

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