Who drinks the most milk – Canadians or Americans?

Depending on how economists do the math, fluid milk consumption may be higher or lower on either side of the border. But on each side, consumption is declining


Milk consumption per capita is declining in Canada. Critics often blame the supply management system, charging that high milk prices are responsible.

A look at consumption levels on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border, however, points to declining consumption on both sides. Depending on who, and how it is counted, fluid milk consumption may actually be higher on the Canadian side.

Better Farming - April 2011