Dry Whey - Northeast
USDA - Thu Jan 10, 10:33AM CST

     Dry Whey - Eastern U.S.

     Report 2 - Released on January 10, 2019

     Dry whey prices in the East region are steady to higher. Spot load prices have increased on
     various pricing indices. Trading activity is steady to active as buyers are purchasing more
     loads this week than in recent weeks. Dry whey production is steady to increased as some
     cheese plants are receiving higher milk volumes currently. Although production schedules
     have increased, inventories are balanced to limited on the spot market at this time. The
     majority of supplies are clearing to contract needs. A few buyers are purchasing dry whey
     from resellers at premium prices. Drying schedules have increased, as higher milk volumes
     are clearing into Class III production. The market undertone is stable. The December 2018
     Dairy Market News monthly average for Northeast dry whey was $0.4804 compared to $0.3639,
     the 2018 yearly average.
     Prices for: Eastern U.S., All First Sales, F.O.B., Extra Grade & Grade A, Conventional, and
     Edible Dry Whey
     Price Range - Non-Hygroscopic; $/LB:                   .4725 - .5050

     Information for the period January 7 - 11, 2019, issued weekly

     Published by:
     Dairy Market News - Madison, WI
     JESSICA MUELLER, 608-422-8589
     Email: Jessica.Mueller@ams.usda.gov

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