Dairy products are the most popular and least understood of all foods.
That’s because they’re often consumed as a luxury, a luxury we rarely think about, especially when we’re not talking about the most basic of products like milk.
But in recent years, the world has moved away from the more conventional food model to a new one, one that relies on digital consumption of products.
Now we’re also seeing an evolution in dairy products.
This is a part three of our series, looking at the evolution of dairy products and the impact they’re having on the world.
So what’s changed?
What’s new in dairy?
Dairy is now a $20 billion industry.
As you may have noticed, that’s more than the entire pharmaceutical industry, which made $7 billion in the same period.
That number has jumped to $50 billion in just the last year alone.
And it’s likely to continue to grow.
And in 2016, the US dairy industry surpassed the total dairy industry in the United States, which was around $13 billion.
And that was all before the dairy industry took over the entire US economy.
Now, dairy is a relatively new category in the US.
Back in 2011, it was only a few thousand dairy cows in a few hundred farms in North America, and it took a few decades before the US industry began to grow significantly.
But that’s changed in the last decade.
The dairy industry now has about 20 million cows, and more than 90 percent of that number is being raised in the Midwest.
And dairy products are now consumed as something we rarely, if ever, think about.
They’re just one of many staples in American life.
And it’s a major shift.
We’ve always had the option of eating what we want and enjoying it.
In fact, the concept of dairy is very similar to eating meat.
Meat is meat, but dairy products aren’t meat.
Dairy is dairy.
But it’s also a commodity.
You can’t just buy it.
You have to purchase it.
What are the advantages?
Well, the first and most obvious advantage is that dairy products don’t have to be refrigerated.
As a result, dairy products have been shown to have lower acidity levels, lower pH levels, and lower acid content.
They can even be used to help fight allergies and promote healthy immune systems.
In some cases, dairy has been shown as being particularly effective against some diseases, like cancer.
The second advantage is the fact that dairy has a longer shelf life.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, a quarter of milk is processed in a single day, which means it’s available in your fridge for two days and still taste great.
That means that it’s very hard to spoil.
And when you’re buying a dairy product, you’re purchasing it for the most part fresh.
Dairy products can even last longer than you’d think.
A study found that people who drank milk for a month and a half reported feeling less fatigue and a healthier mood, compared to those who drank it for two weeks.
Third, dairy offers a variety of health benefits, like calcium, vitamin D, antioxidants, and a variety that can help prevent heart disease and diabetes.
Finally, dairy foods also tend to be a lot less processed.
Dairy farmers produce less processed foods than people.
And most of those foods are healthier than those processed foods.
But the food industry doesn’t produce all of those processed goods.
Instead, it’s the big food chains that produce a lot of the food in the country.
That includes the processed foods like cheese, salad dressings, and bread.
Now, that said, what about the downside?
Dairy products also contain a lot more calories than a lot other foods.
Dairy foods typically have around 1,000 calories, while other foods like meat and vegetables are around 800 calories or less.
Dairy also contains lots of saturated fats, which are very unhealthy.
It also has cholesterol, a major risk factor for heart disease.
And, of course, it can be incredibly harmful if you consume it as a result of being overweight or obese.
So the bottom line is that it has been very hard for people to understand the health benefits of dairy.
And the industry has tried to do all it can to try to explain how it works, but it’s not easy.
As far as the future goes, dairy may still be around for a while.
For one, there’s the US Dairy Board, which is the official body of the industry, and the US Food and Drug Administration, which regulates the dairy and food industries.
Both agencies are part of the federal government, and their work has an impact on how we eat, drink, and produce food.
But as far as we know, no major food company is going to start using milk products any time soon.
We’re also still seeing a number of food companies move away from dairy products entirely, such as Whole Foods and Kroger.
The fact is, dairy doesn’t just disappear, and in the near