Our government's dairy conundrum
The United States' dairy surplus has reached a record high, rounding out at 1.4 billion pounds of cheese. Reports attempting to quantify this astonishing amount have deferred to metrics like "enough to wrap around the U.S. Capitol." Suffice
The United States' dairy surplus has reached a record high, rounding out at 1.4 billion pounds of cheese. Reports attempting to quantify this astonishing amount have deferred to metrics like "enough to wrap around the U.S. Capitol." Suffice to say, nobody's suggesting we could consume it all.The nation eating this much cheese is not only mind-boggling: It's growing less and less likely. According to U.S. Department of Agriculture >After milk was first fortified with Vitamin D in the 1930s, the ...

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