Cheese in cold storage dropped 1.6 percent in November after a 4.3-percent decline in October, pointing to decent holiday cheese sales that look to remain seasonally strong through the football playoffs. Block cheese prices over the past six weeks have jumped 13.5 percent, from $1.80 per pound on Nov. 13 to $2.04 per pound on Jan. 3. Cheese futures prices are trading at $1.86, on average, for the first half of 2014 and $1.74 for the second half. A futures average of $1.80 for all of 2014 ...

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