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Some findings on the comparative cost of reconstituting beverage milk products: reconstitution vs. fresh milk processing



Some findings on the comparative cost of reconstituting beverage milk products: reconstitution vs. fresh milk processing



AE Res Dept of Agricultural Economics Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station: 81 (81-15)



The purpose of this study is to measure the difference between the in-plant cost of using reconstituted milk to make Class 1 or beverage milk products and the cost of processing totally fresh milk. The difference between the two, referred to as the comparative cost of reconstituted milk, is calculated under a variety of assumptions about the processing environment and the cost of related production inputs. Given the importance of accurate cost figures in assessing price impacts, it is essential that current estimates of the cost of reconstitution be improved.

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