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Canada Takes Step To Curtail U.S. Imports With New Dairy Program

June 2, 2016 at 12:56 PM
The Canadian dairy industry, in an ongoing fight against what it sees as a glut of U.S. imports of ultrafiltered milk, has instituted a temporary program that allows Canadian cheese manufacturers to buy domestic ingredients at world market prices, as opposed to the usually higher price controlled by its national supply management system. The temporary measure, introduced by Canada's Milk Supply Management Committee (CMSMC), will be in effect from May 1 through July 31 and modifies one of Canada's existing...


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