This set of Dairy Engineering Questions and Answers for Campus interviews focuses on “Regulations – 4”.
1. The national average milk production per cow in the U.S. is approximately _________ pounds per year.
Explanation: NASS generates the report for national average milk production per cow in the US every year. It is approximately 20,500 pounds per year.
2. Nearly ________% of the U.S. milk supply is used in the production of cheese.
Explanation: Cheese is a product made of milk. Cheese requires 40% of the milk supply.
3. Fluid milk accounts for ______% of the U.S. milk supply.
Explanation: Fluid milk dominates the dairy market. It accounts for 15% of Total dairy supply.
4. The top ten states in the U.S. now account for about ______% of the total milk supply.
Explanation: In the USA top ten state accounts for almost 75% of the total milk supply. The rest is covered by other cities.
5. The leading state in total milk production is?
d) New York
Explanation: Milk production is high in several states. However, the highest among the all is California.
6. Which fluid milk product accounted for the largest use of fluid milk production sales?
a) Flavored milk
b) Reduced/low-fat milk
c) Non-fat milk
d) Whole milk
Explanation: Fluid milk accounts for several products. Reduced/Low fat milk is accounted for the largest use of fluid milk production sales.
7. Ice cream, including both hard and soft serves, represents _______% of the entire frozen dairy product market.
Explanation: Ice cream can be categories into hard serve and soft serve. Both these categories together contribute about 25-26% of entire frozen dairy.
8. Which month during the year is the highest production month for ice cream?
Explanation: Ice cream is consumed in all the season. It is a popular product in summer. The highest ice cream product is in the month of June.
9. California is the leading state in the production of ice cream, which state was second?
Explanation: Milk production is high in several states. However, the highest among the all is California. The second highest production is in Indiana.
10. Which of the following states listed is NOT in the top five for production of cheese?
d) New York
Explanation: Top Five states for cheese production are Idaho, Wisconsin, Minnesota, California and Indiana.
11. The top five state in the production of cheese accounted for almost _______% of all U.S. cheese production.
Explanation: Cheese has high consumption in the US market. Top 5 cheese producing states account for almost 69% of total cheese production.
12. The largest production of Italian cheese went to the production of _____________ cheese.
Explanation: Mozzarella is a traditionally southern Italian dairy product made from Italian buffalo’s milk. It has the largest production among Italian cheese.
13. Which one of the following “selected dairy products” has the greatest production in the U.S.?
a) Non-fat dry milk
d) Evaporated milk
Explanation: Among the options the largest production is reported to be of Yogurt. It is also consumed as a frozen dessert.
14. The pound per capita of reduced and low-fat milk was _______ pounds/year.
Explanation: Nowadays due to health concerns many people consider taking reduced or low fat milk. The pound per capita of this category of milk is about 85 pounds/year.
15. The largest increase per capita in all dairy products in 2009 was?
c) Low-fat milk
d) Ice cream
Explanation: Yogurt showed a tremendous increase per capita in all dairy products in 2009. It also has a high consumption rate.
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