ROSEMONT, Ill. — A consortium of dairy industry groups — including the International Dairy Foods Association, the National Milk Producers Federation and the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy — have announced a series of initiatives aimed at realizing a 25% reduction in the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. The industrywide effort will initially focus on reduced energy use and increased efficiencies in the fluid milk supply chain, according to a release from the Innovation Center ...

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