World and Poland Per Capita Cheese Consumption


Cheese represents vast share in consumption of dairy products as one third of collected milk is used by cheese-makers. This is one of the rare dairy products, which per capita consumption increases even in developed countries. The paper investigates changes in per capita consumption and links them with projections for Polish cheese-making industry and consumers.


Cheeses; Milk market; Consumption

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Published : 2005-12-31

Wielicka, A., & Goryńska-Goldmann, E. (2005). World and Poland Per Capita Cheese Consumption. Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development, 4(359), 157-166. Retrieved from

Anna Wielicka 
Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu  Poland
Elżbieta Goryńska-Goldmann 
Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu  Poland

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