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But that business dried up after the Canadian dairy industry created a new pricing structure that effectively makes it cheaper to buy ultra-filtered milk domestically. The Canadian government contends its dairy industry is less protectionist than its American counterpart, and pointed to overproduction as a cause of "poor results," according to an April letter from David MacNaughton, Canada's ambassador to the U.S., sent to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. U.S. dairy farmers are losing business. It's not yet clear what the impact will be, since some of the American dairy farmers who lost business are securing new contracts with other processors. U.S. dairy farmers export about 15 percent of their milk production, valued at $5 billion a year, according to the National Milk Producers Federation. The question of "fair trade" softwoods. A smoldering dispute caught fire this month when the Trump administration said it would slap new tariffs on Canadian softwood imports. U.S. lawmakers have argued that Canada effectively subsidizes its industry because it cuts timber from public lands, something that's not widely available to U.S. producers. U.S.
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news service. Fonterra's tracing technology makes problem-solving faster 9:30 AM Monday Dec 12, 2016 SHARE: Print Fonterra's new technology will let problems be traced back within hours. Photo / Bloomberg It took Fonterra five days to isolate the problem during the infamous whey protein concentrate scare of 2013. Now, the co-operative is on the way to establishing full electronic traceability for all its products, meaning problems can be isolated within just a few hours. Initial tests showing the product - WPC80 - contained the botulism-causing bacteria turned out to be false, but the event and its resulting infant formula product recall were a big setback for Fonterra. Traceability has become a big part of the world's food industry, to the point where big British supermarket chain Tesco will not allow its shelves to be stocked with products whose ingredients cannot be swiftly traced back to their source. Fonterra aims to have electronic product traceability for all its products, in all its markets, by 2020. By the end of this year 40 per cent of its plants globally will have traceability data electronically connected, and a further 50 per cent of the plants will be included by the end of 2017. The remaining 10 per cent will be completed in 2018/19. It has been a big undertaking, costing tens of millions of dollars, but Fonterra's general manager trust in source, Tim Kirk, said it had been an essential investment in the future. "If you go back to the WPC80 incident - that took us four or five days to get that information together to be able to communicate it," he said. "The tool that we are deploying - the global repository - allows us to do that within a three-hour window," Kirk told the Herald.
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