Dairy: Page 2


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    Danone to deconsolidate dairy assets seized by Russia

    The Activia yogurt maker reported a $767 million write-off after Russia took control of local operations and appointed a new CEO. 

    By Aug. 1, 2023
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    Cattle supply declines with inventory down 3%: USDA

    The agency’s biannual report saw total inventory reach its lowest point since the start of the current cattle cycle.

    By July 24, 2023
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    Dairy outlook turns sour on softer prices, fewer cows

    Higher costs and drought conditions have pressured farmers to thin their herds amid a milk glut.

    By July 20, 2023
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    Russia seizes Danone assets, upending dairy giant’s exit from the country

    Brewing company Carlsberg also lost control of its subsidiary as Russia makes it harder for Western companies to offload operations.

    By July 18, 2023
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    Agriculture groups request court to strike down WOTUS rule

    The legal motion cited the Supreme Court’s ruling against the EPA over regulating wetlands, tributaries and streams.

    By June 30, 2023
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    Bill makes US commodities priority in global food assistance programs

    Lawmakers are pushing for more food from U.S. farms to go toward global hunger efforts, as part of the 2023 Farm Bill.

    By June 29, 2023
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    Organic food sales hit a record in 2022, topping $60B for the first time

    The category saw a 4.3% increase last year, which the Organic Trade Association said indicates a continued interest from consumers despite economic volatility.

    By Chris Casey • May 15, 2023