Selkley Vale to switch supply

October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/13/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 15, p25
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the decision of members of milk supplier group Selkley Vale to end their contract with Dairy Crest in favour of supplying the factory of Cadbury in Leominster, England. John Wildy, chairman of Selkley Vale Group, hopes that their move will be profitable for them. Stephen Bradley of milkprices.com said that Cadbury's milk supply was at risk with Dairy Farmers of Britain, which supplies about 90% of their milk.


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