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Monthly evaporated and condensed milk market report
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 Material Information
Title: Monthly evaporated and condensed milk market report
Physical Description: A 92.10/4:nos
Language: English
Publisher: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Market News Service
Place of Publication: Washington, D.C.
Publication Date: 1930
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Genre: serial   ( sobekcm )
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: no.129 (May 1930); title from caption. Latest issue consulted: no.224 (May 1938) "Prices paid producers for 3.8% milk F.O.B. factory".
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 26379885
oclc - 606885223
System ID: AA00013239:00001

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NOTE: BEGINNING WITH TH.; JUNE ISSUE THE MONTHLY CONDENSED AND EVAPORATED
MILK< ,MA-r'T REPORT WILL SE CHANCED TO THIS FORM.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
F'ARXET NEVS SERVICE

MONTHLY EVAPORATED AN' CONDENSED MILK MARKET REPORT
(MAY 1930)


WASHINGTON Q. C.


MAY 2e, I96(


INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT REGARDING PRICES, STOCKS AND PRODUCTION IS FURNISHED
BY EVAPORATED AMO CONDENSED MILK FIRMS OPERATING 98% OF THE TOTAL CASE GOODS FACTOR-
IES IN THE UNITED STATES.


PRICES PAID PRODUCERS FOR 3.5% MILK F. 0. B. FACTORY FOR MAY IS~A6U
NUMBER OF FACTORIES PRICE PER CWT.
REPORTING RANGE AVERAGE
NEW ENGLAND
MIDDLE ATLANTIC** 2 $1.0-1.?2 $1.86
SOUTH ATLANTIC 2 1.72-1.90 .76
E.NORTH CENTRAL 62 1.54-2.66 1.66
W.NO TH CENTRAL 7 1.60-1.67 .64
SOUTH CENTRAL 8 .57-1.75 .68
NORTH WESTERN 3 1.57-1 .70 .62
SOUTH 'VESTERN 1.53-2.05 1.69
UNITED STATES 93 .53-2.66 1.67
**61 ADDITIONAL FACTORIES REPORTED PRICES TO BE /,SED IN PART ON THE CURRENT MONTH'S
WHOLESALE SUTTEP QUOTATION, 25 OF THESE BEING LOCATED IN N. Y. AND PA.. 13 FACTORIES
REPORTED PRICES NOT DETERMINED AS YET AND 25 REPORTED PLANTS CLOSED. NO PRICE INFOR-
MATION RECEIVED FROM REMAINING FIRMS. AVERAGE PRICES SHOWN FOR THE UNITED STATES DO
NOT INCLUDE ANY OF THESE FACTORIES.


35 FACTORIES WHICH DID NOT ANNOUNCE PRICES IN ADVANCE REPORTED
PRICES ACTUALLY PAID FOR APRIL AS FOLLOWS:_


MICDLE ATLANTIC 7
E.NORTH CENTRAL 15
NORTH WESTERN 5
SOUTH WESTERN 6


$1.74-1.87
1.65-1.82
1.40-1.52
1.81-2.01


WHOLESALE SELLING P:ICES F. 0. B. DISTRIBUTING POINTS APRIL 1330
(CASE GOODS)


THE WHOLESALE PRICES GIVEN DELOW ARE BASED ON THE REPORTS MADE BY MANUFACTUR-
ERS COVERING ACTUAL SALES DELIVERED AT MANUFACTURERSI DISTRIBUTING POINTS ON BASIS
OF CASH OR SHORT TIME CREDIT.


F.O.B.


BOSTON
NEW YORK CITY
PHILADELPHIA
CHICAGO
CLEVELAND
ST. LOUIS
KANSAS CITY
MINNEAPOLIS-ST.
ATLANTA
NEW ORLEANS
DENVER
SEATTLE
SAN FRANCISCO
LOS ANGELES


PAUL


EVAPORATED MILK
(PER CASE OF 43 16 oz. cANS)


RANGE
$3.60-4.00
3.80-4.30
3.65-4.00
3.40-3.90
3.50-3.90
3.40-3.90
3.50-3.90
3.50-3.90
3.34-4.15
3.S5-4.10
3.80-4.12
3.60-4.20
3.60-4.20
3.60-4.20


AVERAGE
$3.82
3.61
3.83
3. 64
3.73
3.S9
3.75
3.71
4.00
3.77
3.91
3.83
3.31
3.32


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CONDENSED MILK
(PER CASE OF 43 14 oz. CANS)
RANGE AVERAGE

$6.29-6.40 $6.34
5.35-6.70 6.04
5.35-6:40 6.03
6.35-6.40 6.38




6.65-6.70 6.68


AVERAGE WHOLESALE SELLING PRICES BY GEOGRAPHIC SECTIONS APRIL 1930
UNSWEETENED EVAPORATED SWEETENED CONDENSED SWEETENED CONDENSED
GEOGRAPHIC (PER CASE OF '(PER CASE OF (3ULK PER CWT.)
SECTION 48 16 OZ CANS) 14 CANS) UNSKIMMED SKIMMED

NEW ENGLAND $3.78 $5.90 $ 8.52 $4.71
MIDLE ATLANTIC 3.74 6.00 9.06 4.8
SOUTH CENTRAL 3.80 6.11 8.86 5.07
E. N. CENTRAL 3.61 6.11 8.76 5.11
W. N. CENTRAL 3.85 8.81 5,23
SOUTH CENTRAL 3.83 6.47 8.86 5.07
NORTH WESTERN 3.86 8.86 5.55
SOUTH WESTERN 3.78 9.34 5.05
U.S. AVERAGE
APRIL 1930 $3.74 $6.1 $8.88 $5.05
U.S. AVERAGE
MARCH 1930 $3.77 $3.11 $8.90 $5.10
U.S. AVERAGE
APRIL 1929 $4.16 $6.1 $10.13 $5.66


EVAPORATED 'ILK MARKETS STEADY DEMANO INCREASED


EVAPORATED MILK MARKETS, DURING
MAY, CONTINUED IN THE FAVORABLE TREND
ESTABLISHED SEVERAL. MONTHS AGO. THE TONE
WAS STEADY, 'AND BECAUSE MOST DEALERS HAD
DISPOSED OF THEIri SURPLUS STOCKS AT PRICE
CONCESSIONS EARLIER IN THE SEASON, A
FEELING OF CONFIDENCE PERMEATED THE
MARKET. AS A RESULT, SELLERS HELD STOCKS
CLOSELY TO ASKING PRICES. DEMAND SHOWED


SOME IMPROVEMENT; PARTLY BECAUSE OF THE
WARM SPELL DURING THE EARLY PART OF THE
MONTH, AND ALSO BECAUSE BUYERS WERE MORE
WILLING TO ANTICIPATE THEIR FUTURE WANTS
AND OPERATED ~ON A MORE LISEAL SCALE.
STOCKS IN THE HANDS OF JOBBERS AGE STILL
CONSIDERED SMALL, BECAUSE OF THE ULTRA
CONSERVATIVE BUYING POLICY WHICH HAD BEEN
FOLLOWED UP TO A MONTH AGO. THIS FACT,


(CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE)
MAY 1930


No. 129


$1.79 .
1.72
I.52
I .90


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STOCKS AND PRODUCE. TION OF EVAFO-RTED AND CONDENSED MILK
TOTAL STOCKS INCLUDE ,LL STOCKS HELD SY MANUFACTURERS REPORTING, WHETHER THEIR
OWN- OR STOCKS OF OTHERS; WHETHER ON THEIR OWN PREMISES. IN STORAGE, OR IN TRANSIT
UNSOLD) FOR WAREHOUSE CONSIGNMENT; AND WHETHER SOLD OR CONTRACTED FOR AND NOT
DELIVERED.
UNSOLD STOCKS INCLUDE ALL STOCKS HELD BY MANUFACTURERS WHICH WERE NOT SOLD OR
UNDER CONTRACT FO? DELIVERY ON UNFILLED ORDERS.
PRODUCTION FIGURES FOR THE CURRENT MONTH INCLUDE REPORTS FROM FIRMS OPERATING
APPROXIMATELY ''7 0d OF THE TOTAL FACTORIES IN THE UNITED STATES.


EVAPORATED MILK
(CASE GOODS)


CONDENSED MILK
(CASE GOODS)


CONDENSED MILK
(BULK GOODS)


TOTAL STOCKS ON MAY 1930
NO. OF FIRMS REPORTING*
COMPARISON FOR SAME FIRMS;
MAY I, 1930
PRIL I, 1930
CHANGE DURING MONTH
IRMS IN COMPARISON*
MAY I, 1530
AY 1, 1920
SOF CHANGE FROM PREV.YEAR
IRMS IN COMPARISON*


TOTAL UNSOLD STOCKS MAY I, IS30
NO. OF FrIRAMS REPORTING*
COMPARISON FOR CSAE FIRMS:
MAY I, 1930
PRIL I, 1930
CHANGE DURING MONTH
FIRMS IN COMPARISON*
MAY I, 10930
AY 1, 1929
CHANGE FRCM PREV.YEAR
FIRMS IN COMPARISON*


COMPARISON FOR SAME FIRMS:
APRIL 1930
ARCH 1930
CHANGE D'JING MONTH
FIRMS IN CO.,FAR ICON*
APRIL 1930
PRIL 1929
CHANGE FROM PREV.NTAR
I RMS IN COM'PAPISON*

F'NAL REVISION FCR LAST MONTH:
TOTAL STCO.iKR ON AP'.. I, 1930
UNSOLD rO'O' PRODUCTION M /RCH 1930 rLL
FIRMS REPORTING)


* FIRMS, NOT FACTORIES.


162,193,315 Las
39

161,872,151 Los
146,571,398 "1
+ 10.0%
36
160,981,007 Lss
126,303,104 "
+ 27.4,
32


140,343,490 Lss
23

140,213,872 LBS
125,622,798 "
+ 1 1.3I
82
139, 30,116 Las
89,781,406 "
+ 55.5,
19



129,017,833 Lps
111,946,112 "
+ 15.2%
36
126,037,817 Les
140,121,747 "
10.0o
31


146,571,38 LoB
125,622,798 "
II l.41 .112


SOME FIRMS OPERA, TE MORE


TOTA,'L Si.CKS
20,5769,710 L3s
9

20,589 71 Las
17,495,07b "
+ 17.4%
9
20,58q,710 Les
12,534,292 "1
+ 64.2%
9
UNSOLD STOCKS
16,212,762 Los
6

16,2!2,762 Los
13,235,214 11
22.49
6
16,212,752 LBS
7,383,786 "


PROCUCTON

17,471,776 Las
12,932,331 "
3 34,3%
8
17,471,776 Las
(4,875,346
+ 17.4
8


17,495,078 Lss
13,235,214 "


2,932,331


20,602,044 Les
30

20,597,319 L3S
20,571,660 "
+ 0.\%
29
20,522,711 LBs
II,291,935
+ 81.7%,
27


5,117,412 Les
20

5,112,607 Las
4,772,862 "
+ 7.1%
19
5,098,077 LOs
4,009,187 "
+ 27.1e
18



13,553,407 Les
12,612,488 "
+ 7.4%
30
13,541,054 Lss
16,203,726 "
16.4%
28


20,577,114 Les
4,772,362

12,659,944 "


THAN nNE FACTORY.


EXPORTS AND I',PORTS
EVAPORATED CONDENSED
TOTAL EXPORTS APRIL 1930 6,181,217 Lsa 2,709,548 Los
APRIL 1929 5,995,780 3,610,076 "
JAN. APR. INC,1930 22,510,092 12,39! 737 "
JAN. APR. INc.,1929 26,390,492 15,037,372 "
TOTAL IMPORTS APRIL 1930 288 21,143 "
APRIL 1929 278,02E 16,823 "
JAN. A R. INC.,1930 115,602 1 127,388 "
JAN. APR. INC., 1929 735,033 224,746 "
(EXPORTS AND IMPORTS COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RECORD OF DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE)


(CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE'


IN ADDITION TO YH' LCMP AATI /ELY LIGHT
PRODUCTION, SHOULD PO'VE FACTORS OF1
STRENGTH IN THE EVAPORATED MILK MA.KETS.
PRODUCTION CONTINUES INCREASINGLY
LIGHTED COMPARED WITH A Y'TA' AGO. WHILE
THE MAKE FOR THE FIRST FOUR N"ONTHS OF
1930 WAS ONLY 3.1 PER CENT LIGHTER THAN
FOR THE SAME PERIOD OF 1929, PmODUCTION
FOR APRIL WAS 7.3 PER CENT LIGHTER. WHILE
THE INCREASE IN PRODUCTION DURING APRIL
OVER MARCH AM(UN;ED TO 15.3 PER CENT THIS
YEAR, LAST YErAF THIS SAME INCREASE AM-
OUNTED TO 23. *. BUTTER PcROt'UCTION,
LIKEWISE, IS r-\LLING, SHORT OF LAST YEAR
WITH THE MAKE D'U ING APRIL 3.7,, LIGHTER
THAN LAST YEAR, AND 2. i% L.IGIITSF FOR THE
PERIOD JANUARY TO APRIL TI-IS YEAR THAN
FOR THE FIRST -D.Jr' ON-'HS OF THE- LAST
YEAR. CHEESE or.ODUlJTICN ON THE OTHER
HAND WAS 7.6 H:AVILR DUtING APRIL THIS
YEAR THAN LAST YrAP AND 8.2; HEAVIER FOR
THE FIRST FOU;". MONTHS OF 1930 THAN FOR
THE SAME PERIOD or 1929. CONDENSOPY
OPERATORS HAVF SEEN RAiHER REL'JCOANT TO
SHOP AROUND FOR ADOiTIONAL SUPPLIES OF


MILK, HOWEVER, UWJOH OF THE MILK WHICH
WAS DIVE;-RT7E TO CREAMERI ES AND CHEESE
FACTORIES LAARLI ER IN THE YEaR IS FINDING
ITS WAY BACK /qAIN INTO THE REGULAR
CHANNELS. S'OSKS ON MAY I W'EE 10.0 PER
CENT HEAVIER THAN A MONTH EAFRLlFR, 27,.0
HEAVIER THAN A YE,'R AGO, &'-D 63.6 PER,
CENT HEAVIE.- rHAN THE FIVE YEAR AVERfOE
HOLDINGS.
CON4IDECN MILK MRKFTS REMAINED
PRACTICALLY UNCGANGED DURING MAY AND AT
THE CLOSE OF tHE MONTH THE TONE WAS EASY
ALTHOUGH, IN A FEW QUARTERS,.A HEALTHIER
FEELING WAS EVIDENT DUE TO AN IMPROVED
DEMAND FROM I (1 OFCEAM MANUFACTURER S.
STOCKS CONTINUE ABNORMALLY HEAVY'ALTI'IOUGH
CLOSE APPROACHING THOSE OF LAST YEAR. ,HE
MAY I HOLDINGS WERE 6,0 firCENT HEAVIER
THAN THOSE OF APRIL L, 63,0C HEAVIER THAN
MAY I, 1929 AN7,. 56.5' HEAVIER THAN THE
FIVE-CYEAR AVERAGE ET'COK PRODUCTION,
DURING APRIL WHILE 21.4%* HEAVIER THAN FOR
MARCH WAS APF-rCXIMATELY THE SAME OR 0.2c
LIGHTER THAN FOR THE SAME MONTH A YEAR
AGO.


MAY 1930


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