Dairy Crest to cut 0.3p/litre for November

Harris, Robert
December 2002
Farmers Weekly;12/13/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 24, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on a letter sent by David Lattimore, managing director of direct supplies at Dairy Crest, to its suppliers which states the reduced price of milk starting November 2002. Details of the projected milk prices of Dairy Crest in October 2002; Views of farmers on the price cut that was initiated by Dairy Crest; Actions taken by the company to address the reaction of farmers on their pricing initiative.


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