Beef value jumps to record with global demand
Value climbed 33% in March to a record $1.07 billion, according to data from USDA in an analysis from USMEF. Export totals were up 1% from a year ago.
Ben & Jerry’s to cut dairy emissions by 2024
Ben & Jerry’s aims to reduce GHG output by half the industry average. Once proven, pilot project initiatives will expand to farms across their global dairy supply chain.
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