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Effects of advertising on the demand for cheese and fluid milk

William Noel Blisard

Effects of advertising on the demand for cheese and fluid milk

by William Noel Blisard

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Commodity Economics Division in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consumption (Economics) -- United States.,
  • Advertising -- Agriculture -- United States.,
  • Cheese -- United States.,
  • Milk consumption -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam N. Blisard, Theresa Sun, James R. Blaylock.
    SeriesERS staff report -- no. AGES 9154., ERS staff report -- no. AGES 9154.
    ContributionsSun, Theresa Y., Blaylock, James, 1937-, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 30 p. ;
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14679970M

    A model of the U.S. generic dairy advertising program indicates that the higher level of dairy product advertising for the period to compared to the level of resulted in retail price increases of 6 percent for fluid milk, percent for frozen products, percent for cheese . The milk fat differential used in paying for raw milk is - a value deduced when there is too little fat in the milk - the value to be added or subtracted per % of milk fat above or below %.

    Demand can be measured for specific dairy products such as butter, cheese, nonfat dry milk, dry whey, and fluid milk, and for an equivalent amount of milk that is represented by these products. 1 In addition, one can measure the supply and demand for various milk components. An example of the supply and demand for protein is provided in Table 1. The Dairy Data set includes data files covering domestic supply and demand and trade of various dairy products. Data on the U.S. dairy situation and commercial disappearance are updated monthly, and U.S. milk production and related data are updated quarterly. All other data files are updated annually.

    Almond milk, soymilk and flavored lactose-free milk found to be gross complements for coconut milk, and fluid milk found to be a gross substitute for coconut milk. Beverage manufacturers and marketers can use the economic and demographic findings of demand concerning fluid milk alternative beverages to target these beverages to existing and. A transfer function was used to estimate the fluid milk demand equation of New York City. The consumption effect of a generic fluid milk advertising program in the city was found to be positive and statistically significant. The resulting higher blend price of milk was found to have a negligible effect on the subsequent supply of milk.


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Effects of advertising on the demand for cheese and fluid milk by William Noel Blisard Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study reports on research to determine the effect of advertising on the demand for fluid milk and natural and processed cheese.

Specifically, the objectives of this study were to: (1) Determine what, if any, effect generic and branded advertising has on the demand for natural and processed cheese and fluid milk. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blisard, William Noel.

Effects of advertising on the demand for cheese and fluid milk. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Commodity Economics Division, []. Get this from a library. Effects of advertising on the demand for cheese and fluid milk. [William Noel Blisard; Theresa Y Sun; James Blaylock; United States.

Department of. Generic advertising programs for fluid milk and cheese were effective at increasing conditional purchase quantities, with very little effect on the probability of purchase. EFFECT OF GENERIC ADVERTISING ON THE DEMAND FOR FLUID MILK: THE CASE OF THE TEXAS MARKET ORDER Oral Capps, Jr.

and John D. Schmitz Abstract (Haidacher, Blaylock, and Myers), Whole milk and This analysis indicates that generic advertising lowfat milk make up the bulk of fluid components. Influid milk processors joined the effort by enacting processor assessments of $ per hundredweight on fluid milk sales to be used for advertising through the MilkPEP program.

Generic advertising programs for fluid milk and cheese were effective at increasing conditional purchase quantities, with very little effect on the probability of purchase.

In contrast to aggregate studies, the long-run generic advertising elasticities for cheese were larger than for those of fluid milk. Schmit, Todd M.

& Kaiser, Harry M., "Modeling The Effects Of Generic Advertising On The Demand For Fluid Milk And Cheese: A Time-Varying Parameter Application," Annual meeting, JulyLong Beach, CAAmerican Agricultural Economics Association (New Name Agricultural and Applied Economics Association).

Because generic advertising for fluid milk is not product specific, advertising expendi- tures were equal for equations for whole, lowfat, and 0‘ I.= I- 0 1 13 25 37 49 61 13 Months Figure 4.

Monthly per capita expenditure for generic advertising of fluid milk in New York City January to Decembermo 1 to Trends in per capita demands for fluid milk and cheese in the U.S. have traced different paths over time – per capita cheese demand has been increasing while per capita fluid milk demand has fallen.

U.S. dairy producers have questions about both trends; i.e., will the. Under the assumptions of this analysis, generic advertising for fluid milk and cheese has been successful for U.S. dairy farmers. As reported above, generic advertising under the Acts boosted demand for fluid milk by 6% during September to September and cheese by 2%.

The percentage growth in cheese consumption is about equal to the percentage decline in fluid milk. However, cheese is a bigger category. Using a weighted average of the cheese growth and the fluid milk decline indicates an average increase in the combined demand.

Milk and dairy products as part of the diet Abstract Introduction Limitations of studies reviewed Interpreting study results milk as a source of macro- and micronutrients Dietary dairy in growth and development Studies on the effect of milk and dairy products on.

ion Models of Generic Fluid Milk and Cheese Marketing Investment in Canada for the advertising. The own-price cheese demand elasticity is negative and significant, and indicates that the nutrition communication and branded advertising effects.

Figure i: Plot of cheese demand elasticities. Improving the safety and quality of milk provides a comprehensive and timely reference to best practice and research advances in these areas. Volume 1 focuses on milk production and processing. Volume 2 covers the sensory and nutritional quality of cow’s milk and addresses quality improvement of a range of other milk-based products.

Previous constant-parameter demand models have estimated generic advertising elasticities for cheese to be below that for fluid milk. We relax this assumption, allowing for generic advertising response to vary over time.

Cheese advertising elasticities were found below fluid milk up until the mids; average elasticities since have been similar. “With all of those factors, we do see that consumers are price sensitive, especially when it comes to fluid milk,” Dorland adds.

“Butter and cheese are far less so. People like cheese and. Dairy Products and Consumer Demand for Health Foods 71 Health Concerns and Canadian Demand for Dairy Trends in Canadian Consumption of Milk and Dairy Products It is interesting to note that dairy consumption in Canada has shown patterns over the past 25 years that apparently reflect a growing concern with obesity and fat intake.

Marketing Milk and Other Products of the Dairy Industry W HEN YOU THINK of dairy products, you probably think of fluid milk, ice cream, cheese, yogurt, and similar foods.

All these are generated from raw milk produced at a dairy farm. Dairy producers market their raw milk as a main source of income but also have secondary sources of income to. products, specifically the demand for whole versus lowfat milk.

We first examine how such changes have affected milk demand over the last 30 years. We then use projections of future demographic changes to estimate how the demand for fluid milk products will change in the future both on a per capita basis and in terms of the overall market for.

Generic advertising for fluid milk had a positive impact on the household demand for fluid milk; generic cheese advertising also had a positive impact on cheese demand, but not as large as the fluid advertising impacts.CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): authors wish to thank Eric Nelson for his comments on an earlier version of the paper.

The analyses and views reported in this paper are those of the authors. They are not necessarily endorsed by the Department of Applied Economics or by the University of Minnesota.Fluid milk for beverages garners the highest price in the market.

Milk destined for yogurt is sold at a lower price. So, as the demand for lower-value (Class II or III) milk rises and the.