Dairy Queen plans to increase dairy supply by about 1% in the coming months, with its first order of milk coming from the United States, according to a company spokesperson.
The company, which has about 200 stores in the U.S., said that the increase in supply will come in three parts: milk supply, milk production and sales.
The U.s. dairy industry is struggling with a glut of dairy products as consumers are seeking to lower their meat and dairy consumption.
That has led to a steep decline in milk production in recent years, which means that demand for dairy products is also dropping.
Dairy Queen said it expects milk production to increase by 1 percent in the second half of the year, which is on top of the 1.5 percent growth that the company has seen in the first half.