CWT Assists with 1.2 Million Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted nine offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 750,000 pounds (340 MT) of American-type cheese and 441,000 pounds (200 MT) of whole milk. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean, Middle East-North Africa, Oceania and South America, and will be delivered from June through December 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 42.6 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 769,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 18 million pounds of whole milk powder and 4.8 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 27 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 590.1 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

CWT Assists with 6.8 Million Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted 16 offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 331,000 million pounds (150 MT) of American-type cheese, 5.7 million pounds (2,580 MT) of whole milk powder and 763,000 pounds (345 MT) of cream cheese. The product is going to customers in Asia, Middle East-North Africa, Oceania and South America, and will be delivered from May through December 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 41.9 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 769,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 17.5 million pounds of whole milk powder and 4.8 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 27 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 580 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices

CWT Assists with 355,000 Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted four offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 355,000 pounds (160 MT) of American-type cheese. The product is going to customers in Asia and Oceania and will be delivered from June through August 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 41.5 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 769,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 11.8 million pounds of whole milk powder and 4.1 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 27 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 529.5 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

CWT Assists with 364,000 Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted five offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 86,000 pounds (40 MT) of American-type cheese, 88,000 pounds (40 MT) of whole milk powder and 190,000 pounds (85 MT) of cream cheese. The product is going to customers in Asia and Middle East-North Africa and will be delivered from May through November 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 41.2 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 769,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 11.8 million pounds of whole milk powder and 4.1 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 26 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 526 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

CWT Assists with Six Million Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted 16 offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 2.9 million pounds (1,300 MT) of American-type cheese and 3.1 million pounds (1,410 MT) of whole milk powder. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean, Middle East-North Africa and South America, and will be delivered from May through September 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 41.2 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 769,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 11.7 million pounds of whole milk powder and 3.9 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 26 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 523.1 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

CWT Assists with 661,000 Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted seven offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 569,000 pounds (260 MT) of American-type cheese, 2,000 pounds (1 MT) of anhydrous milkfat and 90,000 pounds (40 MT) of whole milk powder. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean, Oceania and South America, and will be delivered from April through September 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 38.2 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 769,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 8.6 million pounds of whole milk powder and 3.9 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 26 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 474 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins

CWT Assists with 922,000 Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted ten offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 101,000 pounds (50 MT) of American-type cheese, 150,000 pounds (70 MT) of anhydrous milkfat, 66,000 pounds (30 MT) of whole milk powder and 604,000 pounds (275 MT) of cream cheese. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean, Middle East-North Africa and South America, and will be delivered from May through July 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 37.8 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 767,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 8.5 million pounds of whole milk powder and 3.9 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 27 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 469.1 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

CWT Assists with 6.2 Million Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted 38 offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 5.7 million pounds (2,580 MT) of American-type cheese, 353,000 pounds (160 MT) of whole milk powder and 187,000 pounds (85 MT) of cream cheese. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean, Middle East-North Africa and South America, and will be delivered from April through September 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 37.7 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 617,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 8.5 million pounds of whole milk powder and 3.3 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 26 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 458.8 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

CWT Assists with 1.3 Million Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted six offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 1.2 million pounds (530 MT) of American-type cheese and 176,000 pounds (80 MT) of whole milk powder. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean and Middle East-North Africa, and will be delivered from April through June 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 32 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 617,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 8.1 million pounds of whole milk powder and 3.1 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 25 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 402.4 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of US dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

 

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

 

CWT Assists with 440,00 Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted four offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 405,000 pounds (180 MT) of American-type cheese and 35,000 pounds (20 MT) of cream cheese. The product is going to customers in Asia, Middle East-North Africa and Oceania, and will be delivered from April through June 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 30.8 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 617,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 7.9 million pounds of whole milk powder and 3.1 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 24 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 390.4 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of U.S. dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S. dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize the dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

CWT Assists with 4.5 Million Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted 29 offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 2.5 million pounds (1,150 MT) of American-type cheese, 309,000 pounds (140 MT) of butter, 454,000 pounds (210 MT) of anhydrous milkfat, 628,000 pounds (285 MT) of whole milk powder and 600,000 pounds (270 MT) of cream cheese. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean, Middle East-North Africa and Oceania, and will be delivered from April through August 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 30.4 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 309,000 pounds of butter (82% milkfat), 617,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 7.9 million pounds of whole milk powder and 3.1 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 24 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 386.4 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis. Over the last 12 months, CWT assisted sales are the equivalent of 1.033 billion pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of US dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

 

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.

 

CWT Assists with 1 Million Pounds of Dairy Product Export Sales

ARLINGTON, VA – Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted eight offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 836,000 pounds (380 MT) of American-type cheese and 172,000 pounds (80 MT) of whole milk powder. The product is going to customers in Asia, Central America, the Caribbean and Middle East-North Africa, and will be delivered from April through July 2024.

CWT-assisted member cooperative year-to-date export sales total 27.9 million pounds of American-type cheeses, 163,000 pounds of anhydrous milkfat, 7.3 million pounds of whole milk powder and 2.5 million pounds of cream cheese. The products are going to 24 countries in five regions. These sales are the equivalent of 334.5 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis. Over the last 12 months, CWT assisted sales are the equivalent of 984.2 million pounds of milk on a milkfat basis.

Assisting CWT members through the Export Assistance program positively affects all U.S. dairy farmers and cooperatives by fostering the competitiveness of US dairy products in the global marketplace and helping member cooperatives gain and maintain world market share for U.S dairy products. As a result, the program has helped significantly expand the total demand for U.S. dairy products and the demand for U.S. farm milk that produces those products.

The amounts of dairy products and related milk volumes reflect current contracts for delivery, not completed export volumes. CWT pays export assistance to the bidders only when export and delivery of the product is verified by required documentation.

 

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The Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) Export Assistance program is funded by voluntary contributions from dairy cooperatives and individual dairy farmers. The money raised by their investment is being used to strengthen and stabilize dairy farmers’ milk prices and margins.