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Oct. 30, 2020

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Photo courtesy of Glanbia Nutritionals
JOINT VENTURE — MWC, a $470 million state-of-the-art cheese and whey plant in St. Johns, Michigan, recently began receiving milk from local farmers. Commissioning operations at MWC will take place over the next eight months, and when fully operational, the 375,000-square-foot facility built on a 120 acre lot will employ 260 people and process more than 2.9 billion pounds of milk from local farmers into more than 300 million pounds of high-quality block cheese and 20 million pounds of value-added whey protein powders each year. MWC is a joint venture between Glanbia Nutritionals, Dairy Farmers of America Inc. and Select Milk Producers Inc.
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Today's Cheese Spot Trading
Oct. 30, 2020


Barrels: $2.5300 (+6)
Blocks: $2.7825 (+1)


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Cheese Production
U.S. Total August
1.090 bil. lbs.


Milk Production
U.S. Total Sept.
18.008 bil. lbs.

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