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A whole new outlook on whole milk

Sales of whole milk in the United States made up about 70 percent of the market in the mid-1970s but have dropped dramatically since, while the sales of skim and 2 percent milk have risen. The most recent sales figures, from 2009:

Pie chart displaying the 2009 sales of milk by type, with whole milk at 30 percent, 2 percent milk at 40 percent, 1 percent milk at 14 percent and skim milk at 16 percent.

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A whole new outlook on whole milk
Graphic | Sales of whole milk in the United States made up about 70 percent of the market in the mid-1970s but have dropped dramatically since, while the sales of skim and 2 percent milk have risen. The most recent sales figures, from 2009:

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