The top dairy product makers have made some big changes in recent years, and we’re seeing some big shifts in the way consumers shop.

The dairy products industry is booming.

It has the most diversified business in the U.S. According to the Dairy Industry Association, sales in the dairy sector increased nearly 60% from 2011 to 2016, outpacing the rest of the economy.

But as consumers increasingly look to make their grocery purchases with convenience and low-cost, the dairy industry is grappling with new challenges.

Here are 10 key trends to watch over the next decade.

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Dairy’s New Challenges The biggest challenge for the dairy business is changing consumer preferences.

Consumers are shifting toward convenience and lower-cost products, and dairy products are not as attractive as other foods like eggs or milk.

The average cost of a 12-ounce (3.8-ounce) bottle of yogurt is now about $1.80, compared to $3.80 in 2011, according to the National Dairy Council.

Consumers have also started using less milk and less butter in their meals, and the cost of milk is rising faster than the cost per kilogram.

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The Dairy Industry’s New Growth Model The industry is moving to a “gig economy” model, where consumers are buying a bunch of different products at once, but there are no fixed prices.

That has led to competition and pricing pressures for consumers.

But in some cases, the industry is shifting to a more flexible pricing model.

The International Dairy Foods Association is planning to launch a new price-setting platform in 2021, in which consumers will be able to set prices on items they buy, whether or not they want to pay extra for a specific product.

The group is also experimenting with new products and services that would allow consumers to shop around their choices.

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Dairy Products Are More Popular Than Ever The U.s. is the world’s largest dairy producer, with an estimated $2.8 trillion in sales in 2016.

And it’s a large part of that growth.

In 2015, U.K. dairy sales were more than double that of the U, and by 2019, the Us. was exporting almost as much dairy as the U did.

This trend is likely to continue in the next five to 10 years.

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Dairy Market Share Has Dramatically Increased Since 2011 While the dairy market has been growing, the share of the market is also growing.

As of mid-2017, there were 6,976 dairy farms in the United States.

That’s up from 5,946 in 2012, according the U;s Dairy Products Association.

The share of total U. S. dairy exports increased by almost 60% between 2010 and 2016, from $3 billion to $4.2 billion.

That makes it the second-largest export market in the world, after Japan.

The U’s share of milk consumption is also increasing.

The percentage of U. s. consumers who eat dairy products increased from 26% in 2015 to 29% in 2020.

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Dairy Companies Are Working Hard to Stay Competitive Dairy products are one of the most popular food items in the country.

In the U., milk and butter accounts for more than one-third of grocery spending.

Dairy is also one of several industries with high profit margins, which can make it harder for companies to raise capital.

But it’s not just the industry’s profitability that is on the rise.

Dairy farmers are also seeing an influx of new products.

In 2019, more than $3 trillion worth of dairy products were imported into the U—more than double the amount imported in 2020, according