If you're an avid milk drinker you may have noticed a new choice has popped up in some dairy aisles lately.
For about a week, Canadians have been able to purchase Fairlife brand milk.
That milk comes from the United States, but isn't here because of the
recent USMCA trade deal between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.
Fairlife milk is part of the Coca-Cola brand of products. Last June
the soft drink giant was given a special 15-month license to sell its
U.S. milk in our home and native land after it announced it would be
building new production facility in Peterborough, Ontario.
The new processing plant is scheduled to start operations in 2020,
and the facility will be supplied by local Ontario dairy farms.