Is the dairy market going to disappear?
Experts have some growing concerns
Dr. Judith Capper, a livestock sustainability consultant, took the stand saying,"There is a need in the dairy sector for some myth-busting. If consumers don’t buy our products – milk, cream, butter, cheese, etc. – we will not have a dairy industry in five to 10 years."
While the thought of dairy products disappearing in a decade sounds unimaginable for most, many experts worry that if the numbers continue as they are, the alternative milk market will end up completely replacing the current dairy market. As a way to counteract this trend, Trade body Dairy UK is launching a £1.2m dairy promotion campaign in public transportation platforms over the coming months.
International audiences wonder how this growing trend will impact national markets and individual breakfasts. Got nut milk?
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