Viewing all Articles by Alan LevittI am vice president of communications and market analysis at USDEC and report on trends in global dairy markets. This requires careful analysis of many factors, such as global milk production, consumer demand, competitive dynamics, foreign trade regulations, currency exchange rates and geopolitical developments.
Dairy Ingredients, Market Insights, Cheese, Dairy Resources, Global, Whey Protein Isolate, Milk Protein, Whey Protein Concentrate
U.S. dairy exporters boosted volume across a number of key products and markets in November 2016, a potential indication that 2017 could be another strong year for U.S. dairy demand across the globe. Here is a snapshot of the past reporting period: 168,706 tons of milk powders, cheese, butterfat, whey and lactose were exported in November, the most in 18 months, and topping year-ago levels for the sixth straight month. Overall, the U.S. dairy export value was $429 million in November, up 14% from a year earlier.