Milk prices up nationwide

October 2007
Farmers Weekly;10/5/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 14, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on the rise in milk prices in Great Britain. The increase was brought about by the response of dairy processors on the tightening supplies of milk. Starting October 1, 2007, the price of milk will be at 23.5p/litre as conventional milk suppliers receive an extra 2.45p/litre, Channel Island suppliers, an extra 2.15p/litre and organic suppliers, an extra 4.25p/litre. Watsons Dairies notes that their milk price is connected to a basket of prices paid by leading dairy companies.


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