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U.S., Mexico Dairy Industries to Collaborate

Leading dairy representatives from the U.S. and Mexico met this week to renew their commitment to collaborate and advocate for mutually beneficial dairy policies. This was the sixth meeting between top U.S. and Mexico dairy organizations since 2016. The National Milk Producers Federation and the U.S. Dairy Export Council steered the U.S. delegation, which consisted of more than 14 member companies, farmer representatives, and NMPF and USDEC staff.

“Our two industries share so many similar challenges that call for us to work together,” says Krysta Harden, president and CEO of USDEC. “Mexico is and will continue to be a valuable partner for U.S. dairy, and these meetings will help strengthen those ties and set the dairy sectors in both countries up for continued success.” The two sides signed several agreements, including those to preserve, facilitate, and improve trade and grow consumption in both countries to benefit consumers and the industries.

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