Why are Australian dairy products so pricey?
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In the U.S., dairy products are among the cheapest in the world, but a lot of that is because of a price advantage.
In Australia, there’s a price gap of more than $4,000 per kilogram of dairy product.
The difference in prices can be quite significant, depending on the country.
The price gap between Australian dairy product and U.K. dairy products is the highest in the European Union.
That’s partly because of the difference in production methods.
In Britain, dairy products produce milk in larger, mechanized farms, while in Australia, dairy producers typically use smaller, more primitive facilities, with less mechanized machinery.
The cost difference in Australia is due in part to the fact that Australian dairy producers rely on a smaller number of workers, and because dairy is generally less profitable in Australia than in the U .
A lot of the dairy produced in Australia relies on organic milk, while the milk in the United States and Canada is mostly milk that’s been processed.
And the price gap is also driven by the fact dairy farms are often in rural areas.
When we speak to consumers in the dairy industry, it’s very much a question of who you are, what you want to buy, what type of product you want.
And that can be very challenging.
In the U.S., dairy products are among the cheapest in the world, but a lot of that is because of…