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Wednesday, December 13, 2017
 New York Named Top Yogurt Producer for 2nd Straight Year  

New York state is the yogurt capital of the nation for the second year in a row, producing 741 million pounds of yogurt in 2013.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture said New York accounted for 15.7 percent of all yogurt production in 2013 in the U.S, the most of any other state. The state had a 6.5 percent increase in yogurt production from 2012. New York is also ranked the third highest producer of milk in the nation.


California was the runner-up with 591 million pounds of yogurt produced.


"For the second year in a row, New York has earned the distinction of being the yogurt capital of the nation," New York Governer Andrew Cuomo said in a statement. "This is another example of how when government and the private sector work together, as we have done with New York's dairy industry to eliminate barriers to growth, the result is positive economic activity that translates into jobs and new opportunities for New Yorkers."


The state's dairy manufacturers employed about 9,470 jobs, up 22 percent from 7,759 jobs in 2010, the state said. The USDA found the dairy industry in the state generated $2.8 billion in revenue in 2013, up 27 percent from $2.2 billion in 2010.


Chenango County in New York is home to Chobani, a major Greek yogurt producer, and FAGE yogurt is produced in Johnstown, New York, which is located in Fulton County.


Genesee County is home to two producers, Alpina Foods and Müller Quaker Dairy, with a combined 230 employees as of Dec 31.


The state said that New York is also the leading producer of cream cheese and cottage cheese in the country. The demand for dairy products has led to a surge in dairy farms.


In the coming year, Cayuga Milk Ingredients is opening in Cayuga County, and WNY Enterprises in York, Livingston County, is opening a cold-separation process to make skim and cream components.


"New York holding on to the title of top yogurt producer is wonderful news for the state's dairy industry," Dean Norton, New York State Farm Bureau president, said in a statement. "The surge in production signifies consumers are increasingly choosing the quality products made statewide."


In August 2012, the state held its first yogurt summit to provide businesses in the dairy industry and dairy farmers with an opportunity to discuss options that would benefit the industry.


Since then, the state has lifted caps under the Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations regulation, which allowed farmers to increase to amount of dairy cows allowed from 199 to 299 without extra costs. In January, Cuomo said an additional $850,000 was added to the Dairy Acceleration Program to the initial $1 million announced last August.


Earlier this month, the state Senate held what late-night comics dubbed "New York's Great Yogurt Debate," to declare yogurt the official state snack. The bill passed 52-8, but it has yet to be acted on in the Assembly.

 


You can contact the author of this article, Ashley Hupfl, Albany Bureau, at AHUPFL@Gannett.com

 

Source: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
 


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