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14.06.2013

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Could a Surplus of California Milk Fulfill China\'s Cheese Needs? MP3

Milk production is a nearly $8 billion business in California. Meanwhile, Chinese milk consumption tripled in the last decade and the dairy industry there wants to produce more. In another report in the "Food for 9 Billion" series, special correspondent Suzanne Rust examines the complex exchange of resources and money over milk. Source: pbs.org

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