Easing Bottlenecks: dairy exports are getting on ships

We are now seeing some signs that bottlenecks at ports may be easing.

The International Dairy Foods Association says there is an almost 54 percent increase in products getting in containers across all ports and a 110 percent increase at the Port of Los Angeles, but there is a way to go before the supply chain is fully back to normal with a lot of empty containers still heading back to China.

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