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Storage and Shipping

Product is packaged in poly lined multiwall 25kg (net weight) kraft paper bags without the use of staples or metal fasteners. Skim Milk Powder is Hygroscopic and can absorb odors, therefore adequate protection is necessary. It is recommended that product is stored at 80°F or less, with relative humidity of 65% or less, and in an odor free environment. Stocks should be used in rotation preferably within 24 months of manufacture or as dictated by the expiration date labeled on the product.

Exports

Skim milk powder dominates the U.S. dairy exports with 13.3 percent of U.S. milk production was processed into export products. In particular, 49 percent of skim/nonfat milk powder. In terms of value, skim (nonfat) milk powder accounts for 30.1 percent of U.S. dairy export value.
Main exports markets for U.S. dairy products are Mexico (24.1 percent), Canada (10.3 percent), followed by China (7.5 percent), Philippines (5.8 percent), Japan (5.7 percent) and South Korea (4.6 percent).
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Although not among the biggest U.S. dairy export markets, with 1.4 billion-sized population, China is an important dairy producer and importer. The China dairy herd is forecasted to reach 8 million cows in 2012, with total milk production of 32.35 million metric tons.
Following a food contamination scandal in 2008 that left six infants dead and more than 300,000 sickened due to tainted infant formula, trust in domestically produced milk products has declined, and imports of whey, lactose, skimmed and whole milk powder skyrocketed.

Between 2007 and 2012, imports of skimmed milk powder rose from 55 to 180 thousand metric tons, and whole milk powder imports jumped from 59 to 332 thousand metric tons in the same period. China is the biggest market for U.S. whey exports, with export value of $175.5 million constituting 24.5 percent of total U.S. whey exports. A recent study of China dairy industry by the Babcock Institute forecasts that demand for dairy products in China will grow between 3.4 and 4.7 percent per year. China is making major investments in food security and dairy herd expansions, and good forecasts on the rate of growth of imports are lacking.
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