Dairy products market hits record highs, sales up again
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Dairy products are now the top-selling food category in the US, and they are also the second most popular food category among consumers in the entire country.
The dairy market in the United States, according to the data from Nielsen, grew by 7% in 2016.
It is still the second largest food market in North America behind the US dollar, but is poised to make a comeback thanks to increased demand and increased consumer demand for dairy products.
Dairy products accounted for approximately 42% of the US dairy market last year, up from 29% in 2015.
This year, however, the market will grow to nearly 60% of total sales.
This year, the US market for dairy has seen a huge surge in demand due to the global demand for its products, and increased demand from consumers in other parts of the world.
In 2016, global dairy sales reached $1.7 trillion, up 6.6% from 2015.
In the US alone, consumers spent $6.9 billion on dairy products in 2016, up by 6% from last year.
Sales increased even more in Mexico, with a jump of 4.2%.
Sales of dairy products increased by more than 12% in 2017, according an Nielsen report.
This is largely due to increased interest from consumers and brands looking for new products to capitalize on the global dairy market.
In 2017, sales of dairy in the U.S. reached $2.2 trillion, which is up 7.3% from the $2 trillion mark in 2016 and is more than double the $1 trillion mark the U
Dairy products are now the top-selling food category in the US, and they are also the second most popular food…
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