Cheese production in a factory© Juice/REX/Shutterstock
The US government is to take 5m kilogrammes of cheese out of the market to help bump up farmgate price and provide nutrition for poor citizens.  A $20m (£15.1m) investment will tackle the monumental $1.2bn (£0.91bn) cheese surplus in the US – the biggest for 30 years. See also: US set to relax rules on UK lamb imports  The surplus, which has led to a 35% drop in producer revenues, built up following massive overproduction, which was never met by […]
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