The United States is the world’s biggest producer of dairy products.
But it’s also the largest consumer of beef, pork, lamb and chicken.
A 2015 analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance estimates the United States consumes about 2.7 trillion gallons of dairy and milk a year.
With such a large appetite for dairy, it’s no surprise the United Kingdom, the world leader in dairy production, has been taking steps to make its dairy industry more environmentally friendly.
It’s been developing a number of measures, including new, environmentally friendly packaging, but it’s unclear how the U.K. plans to keep up with China’s efforts.
The dairy industry is also being targeted by China’s government, which has been clamping down on imports and restricting the export of U.S. dairy products, including milk.
So the question becomes: Are there other dairy producers in the U: China, India or the U, that are doing something to protect the environment?
And could it work?
The answer to that question is a resounding yes.
Here’s what you need to know about some of the biggest U.N. dairy producers.1.
China: China is the biggest dairy exporter in the world.
It imports about 75 percent of the world milk and 85 percent of its dairy products from the U., according to the International Dairy Board.
China has been developing some of its own regulations and policies that could affect the U’s dairy sector.
For example, China’s new food and environmental standards for milk, butter and cheese are aimed at improving environmental standards, as well as reducing consumption of animal products that are damaging to the environment.
China’s state-owned dairy company, China Dairy, has announced a partnership with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization to promote environmentally-friendly milk production.2.
India: India’s dairy industry has been hit hard by climate change and has been growing rapidly in recent years.
Its economy is expected to grow by about 2 percent a year, but that will be affected by the introduction of new rules that could reduce the country’s milk production and lead to the loss of jobs.
The Indian government recently passed a law that aims to reduce deforestation and boost agricultural production by encouraging farmers to plant more trees.
And this month, the country passed a major law aimed at protecting the environment and preserving biodiversity.3.
China : China has long been the world top consumer of dairy, but its domestic market is still dominated by imports.
The country’s exports of milk to the United State totaled about $2.2 billion in 2017.
China is planning to open an export market, but analysts say it won’t be able to compete on price or quality.
The Chinese government has also been trying to boost dairy production in the country, and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology is planning a new dairy processing plant.
It will produce dairy products such as cream, cheese and yoghurt.
It also plans to increase production of milk, yogurt and ice cream by 10 percent per year.4.
India and China: India is India’s largest dairy exporters.
In 2018, the nation exported about $7.8 billion worth of dairy product, which includes milk, milk-based yogurts, cheese, and other dairy products like yoghurts and yogurt.
India has also become a major market for China’s beef.
India’s cattle exports were valued at $2 billion last year.
China also is a major consumer of Indian products, especially of dairy-based cheese, which accounts for roughly one-third of India’s exports.5.
China and India: The countries are also key suppliers of agricultural goods.
China, for example, imports about $8.5 billion worth each year from India.
This includes about $3 billion in agricultural commodities like rice, wheat, corn and soybeans.
India imports $2 trillion worth of food items from China each year.
The United Nations says it’s estimated that India consumes around $20 billion a year from China.
India is also an important producer of chicken and pork.6.
India, China and South Korea: India has been exporting about $1.8 trillion worth (roughly $1 trillion annually) worth of agricultural products to South Korea, South Africa and Japan.
India also imports about a quarter of South Korea’s wheat, pork and soybean products.7.
India to South Africa: The Indian and South Korean governments are set to announce a new food-processing plant that will make food from beef, lamb, pork or poultry, with plans to start in 2020.
South Africa already has some of South Africa’s most environmentally friendly dairy farms.
South African dairy farmer, L.K., said the plant will be built near the town of Pemba in the Western Cape province.8.
India & China: South Korea is South Koreas biggest export market.
South Korea imports about 20 percent of South Korean exports and exports more than $6 billion a month in agricultural products, according to Reuters.
South Korean officials have been trying, however, to get China