Consumption of milk, dairy products and margarine

Mccormick, V.

Canadian Farm Economics. Ottawa 6(6): 22-26

1972


Accession: 014395701

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Abstract
There is a wide variation in consumption patterns of milk, dairy products and margarine in the various regions of Canada. A 1969 study of food expenditures by Statistics Canada shows that the average per caput consumption of fluid milk (whole milk and partly skimmed) was highest in Ontario. British Columbia topped the list in per caput cheddar cheese consumption and Quebec had the highest butter intake per person. The Prairie Provinces were the largest users of half and half and fresh cream.