U.S. fluid milk availability stood at 19.1 gallons per person in 2013, the lowest recorded since 1909. Plain (unflavored) 2% milk accounted for 35 percent of fluid milk availability—6.7 gallons per person. Plain whole milk availability was 5.2 gallons per person—an 86-percent drop from its high of 38 gallons in 1945. Plain 1% and skim milks each accounted for 14 percent of fluid milk availability.
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