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Food & Beverage

16 mega milk farms feed Japan's breakfast tables

Automated facilities help keep up production as consumption rises

Japan's milk consumption has gone up for four straight years.    © Reuters

TOKYO -- As the number of dairy farmers declines in Japan, so-called gigafarms that churn out more than 10,000 tons of milk a year are stepping up production to meet consumers' growing appetite for dairy products.

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