To grasp how serious the situation has become, it is worth taking a look at the recent course of the EU's intervention system, meant as a safety net to keeping prices from plummeting in times of crisis. If the cost of milk drops below 20 cents, the government would step in and buy up to 109,000 tons of powdered milk off the hands of dairy producers.

"Until now, nobody took any interest in the program," said Eckard Heuser of MIV, an association of German dairy producers. But this year is different. The EU had bought out the limit by April.

It then doubled the limit - and then quickly reached it again, piling up 218,000 tons of powdered milk in its possession. That's more than 2 billion liters of milk, or 1.5 percent of Europe's yearly production. Yet prices continue to sink.

Coca-Cola is launching its own brand of milk, which it claims could become so popular that it will “rain money” for the company.

Fairlife , which will launch in the US next month, will cost twice as much as regular milk and will have 50% more protein and 30% less sugar.

Sandy Douglas, Coke’s global chief customer officer, said Fairlife was “a milk that’s premiumised and tastes better and we’ll charge twice as much for it as the milk we’re used to buying”.

To grasp how serious the situation has become, it is worth taking a look at the recent course of the EU's intervention system, meant as a safety net to keeping prices from plummeting in times of crisis. If the cost of milk drops below 20 cents, the government would step in and buy up to 109,000 tons of powdered milk off the hands of dairy producers.

"Until now, nobody took any interest in the program," said Eckard Heuser of MIV, an association of German dairy producers. But this year is different. The EU had bought out the limit by April.

It then doubled the limit - and then quickly reached it again, piling up 218,000 tons of powdered milk in its possession. That's more than 2 billion liters of milk, or 1.5 percent of Europe's yearly production. Yet prices continue to sink.

Coca-Cola is launching its own brand of milk, which it claims could become so popular that it will “rain money” for the company.

Fairlife , which will launch in the US next month, will cost twice as much as regular milk and will have 50% more protein and 30% less sugar.

Sandy Douglas, Coke’s global chief customer officer, said Fairlife was “a milk that’s premiumised and tastes better and we’ll charge twice as much for it as the milk we’re used to buying”.

Dairy producers and managers from across the nation will Aim for Excellence at the sixteenth annual MILK Business Conference, held Nov. 6-8, 2017 at the M Resort in Las Vegas. Leading experts will offer insights on how producers can take their dairy business to new heights.  

Farm Journal’s MILK Business Conference brings together world-class expertise and knowledge from leaders across a variety of businesses. Speakers will cover important issues occurring within the dairy industry, as well as provide keen insight into helping producers manage their dairy business through the constantly changing and challenging dairy industry. 

This year’s keynote speaker, Simon Keith, is not only one of the world’s longest living organ transplant recipients, he is the only one that resumed a professional sports career after surgery. He is known for captivating audiences with his “Moments of Truth” speeches, daring people to live life to the fullest. Keith is also a successful entrepreneur who has appeared in FORBES magazine, and is currently the Chief Operating Officer for the Nevada Donor Network.

To grasp how serious the situation has become, it is worth taking a look at the recent course of the EU's intervention system, meant as a safety net to keeping prices from plummeting in times of crisis. If the cost of milk drops below 20 cents, the government would step in and buy up to 109,000 tons of powdered milk off the hands of dairy producers.

"Until now, nobody took any interest in the program," said Eckard Heuser of MIV, an association of German dairy producers. But this year is different. The EU had bought out the limit by April.

It then doubled the limit - and then quickly reached it again, piling up 218,000 tons of powdered milk in its possession. That's more than 2 billion liters of milk, or 1.5 percent of Europe's yearly production. Yet prices continue to sink.

Coca-Cola is launching its own brand of milk, which it claims could become so popular that it will “rain money” for the company.

Fairlife , which will launch in the US next month, will cost twice as much as regular milk and will have 50% more protein and 30% less sugar.

Sandy Douglas, Coke’s global chief customer officer, said Fairlife was “a milk that’s premiumised and tastes better and we’ll charge twice as much for it as the milk we’re used to buying”.

Dairy producers and managers from across the nation will Aim for Excellence at the sixteenth annual MILK Business Conference, held Nov. 6-8, 2017 at the M Resort in Las Vegas. Leading experts will offer insights on how producers can take their dairy business to new heights.  

Farm Journal’s MILK Business Conference brings together world-class expertise and knowledge from leaders across a variety of businesses. Speakers will cover important issues occurring within the dairy industry, as well as provide keen insight into helping producers manage their dairy business through the constantly changing and challenging dairy industry. 

This year’s keynote speaker, Simon Keith, is not only one of the world’s longest living organ transplant recipients, he is the only one that resumed a professional sports career after surgery. He is known for captivating audiences with his “Moments of Truth” speeches, daring people to live life to the fullest. Keith is also a successful entrepreneur who has appeared in FORBES magazine, and is currently the Chief Operating Officer for the Nevada Donor Network.

Dairy consumption in Western Europe is mature in comparison to other regions in the world, with high per capita consumption. The market has been in decline in the region over the past years, with changes in consumer diets impacting demand. The ...

Asia Pacific is a major region for dairy as the biggest market by value, although with the lowest per capita spending. While sales are primarily stemming from China, markets with large populations, like India and Indonesia, are growing rapidly...

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) was implemented in India to make India a unified common national market. Under GST, all packaged food products are now classified under only four tax rates, a shift from the earlier scenario of numerous tax brackets ...

To grasp how serious the situation has become, it is worth taking a look at the recent course of the EU's intervention system, meant as a safety net to keeping prices from plummeting in times of crisis. If the cost of milk drops below 20 cents, the government would step in and buy up to 109,000 tons of powdered milk off the hands of dairy producers.

"Until now, nobody took any interest in the program," said Eckard Heuser of MIV, an association of German dairy producers. But this year is different. The EU had bought out the limit by April.

It then doubled the limit - and then quickly reached it again, piling up 218,000 tons of powdered milk in its possession. That's more than 2 billion liters of milk, or 1.5 percent of Europe's yearly production. Yet prices continue to sink.

To grasp how serious the situation has become, it is worth taking a look at the recent course of the EU's intervention system, meant as a safety net to keeping prices from plummeting in times of crisis. If the cost of milk drops below 20 cents, the government would step in and buy up to 109,000 tons of powdered milk off the hands of dairy producers.

"Until now, nobody took any interest in the program," said Eckard Heuser of MIV, an association of German dairy producers. But this year is different. The EU had bought out the limit by April.

It then doubled the limit - and then quickly reached it again, piling up 218,000 tons of powdered milk in its possession. That's more than 2 billion liters of milk, or 1.5 percent of Europe's yearly production. Yet prices continue to sink.

Coca-Cola is launching its own brand of milk, which it claims could become so popular that it will “rain money” for the company.

Fairlife , which will launch in the US next month, will cost twice as much as regular milk and will have 50% more protein and 30% less sugar.

Sandy Douglas, Coke’s global chief customer officer, said Fairlife was “a milk that’s premiumised and tastes better and we’ll charge twice as much for it as the milk we’re used to buying”.

Dairy producers and managers from across the nation will Aim for Excellence at the sixteenth annual MILK Business Conference, held Nov. 6-8, 2017 at the M Resort in Las Vegas. Leading experts will offer insights on how producers can take their dairy business to new heights.  

Farm Journal’s MILK Business Conference brings together world-class expertise and knowledge from leaders across a variety of businesses. Speakers will cover important issues occurring within the dairy industry, as well as provide keen insight into helping producers manage their dairy business through the constantly changing and challenging dairy industry. 

This year’s keynote speaker, Simon Keith, is not only one of the world’s longest living organ transplant recipients, he is the only one that resumed a professional sports career after surgery. He is known for captivating audiences with his “Moments of Truth” speeches, daring people to live life to the fullest. Keith is also a successful entrepreneur who has appeared in FORBES magazine, and is currently the Chief Operating Officer for the Nevada Donor Network.

Dairy consumption in Western Europe is mature in comparison to other regions in the world, with high per capita consumption. The market has been in decline in the region over the past years, with changes in consumer diets impacting demand. The ...

Asia Pacific is a major region for dairy as the biggest market by value, although with the lowest per capita spending. While sales are primarily stemming from China, markets with large populations, like India and Indonesia, are growing rapidly...

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) was implemented in India to make India a unified common national market. Under GST, all packaged food products are now classified under only four tax rates, a shift from the earlier scenario of numerous tax brackets ...

Mailing Address
USDA - AMS - Dairy Program
Stop 0225, Room 2968 – South
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-0225

Dana Coale , Deputy Administrator
Clifford Carman , Assistant to the Deputy Administrator
Phone: 202-720-4392
Fax: 202-690-3410

David Jamison , Director
Includes IT & eGov Team, Order Operations Branch, MA Personnel Staff, Business Services Staff
Phone: 202-720-5752
Fax: 202-690-3410

To grasp how serious the situation has become, it is worth taking a look at the recent course of the EU's intervention system, meant as a safety net to keeping prices from plummeting in times of crisis. If the cost of milk drops below 20 cents, the government would step in and buy up to 109,000 tons of powdered milk off the hands of dairy producers.

"Until now, nobody took any interest in the program," said Eckard Heuser of MIV, an association of German dairy producers. But this year is different. The EU had bought out the limit by April.

It then doubled the limit - and then quickly reached it again, piling up 218,000 tons of powdered milk in its possession. That's more than 2 billion liters of milk, or 1.5 percent of Europe's yearly production. Yet prices continue to sink.

Coca-Cola is launching its own brand of milk, which it claims could become so popular that it will “rain money” for the company.

Fairlife , which will launch in the US next month, will cost twice as much as regular milk and will have 50% more protein and 30% less sugar.

Sandy Douglas, Coke’s global chief customer officer, said Fairlife was “a milk that’s premiumised and tastes better and we’ll charge twice as much for it as the milk we’re used to buying”.

Dairy producers and managers from across the nation will Aim for Excellence at the sixteenth annual MILK Business Conference, held Nov. 6-8, 2017 at the M Resort in Las Vegas. Leading experts will offer insights on how producers can take their dairy business to new heights.  

Farm Journal’s MILK Business Conference brings together world-class expertise and knowledge from leaders across a variety of businesses. Speakers will cover important issues occurring within the dairy industry, as well as provide keen insight into helping producers manage their dairy business through the constantly changing and challenging dairy industry. 

This year’s keynote speaker, Simon Keith, is not only one of the world’s longest living organ transplant recipients, he is the only one that resumed a professional sports career after surgery. He is known for captivating audiences with his “Moments of Truth” speeches, daring people to live life to the fullest. Keith is also a successful entrepreneur who has appeared in FORBES magazine, and is currently the Chief Operating Officer for the Nevada Donor Network.

Dairy consumption in Western Europe is mature in comparison to other regions in the world, with high per capita consumption. The market has been in decline in the region over the past years, with changes in consumer diets impacting demand. The ...

Asia Pacific is a major region for dairy as the biggest market by value, although with the lowest per capita spending. While sales are primarily stemming from China, markets with large populations, like India and Indonesia, are growing rapidly...

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) was implemented in India to make India a unified common national market. Under GST, all packaged food products are now classified under only four tax rates, a shift from the earlier scenario of numerous tax brackets ...

Mailing Address
USDA - AMS - Dairy Program
Stop 0225, Room 2968 – South
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-0225

Dana Coale , Deputy Administrator
Clifford Carman , Assistant to the Deputy Administrator
Phone: 202-720-4392
Fax: 202-690-3410

David Jamison , Director
Includes IT & eGov Team, Order Operations Branch, MA Personnel Staff, Business Services Staff
Phone: 202-720-5752
Fax: 202-690-3410

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