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Muller Wiseman Increases Milk Price

Muller Wiseman Increases Milk Price
November 16
09:38 2012

Dairy farmers who supply Müller Dairy and Robert Wiseman Dairies are to see their milk price rise to 30.5 ppl. The increased milk price will be offered to all dairy producers supplying the dairy group except those in Tesco and Sainsbury supply groups which each have their own milk pricing arrangements.

The farm-gate price will increase from its October level in two stages – by 0.5 ppl to 29.5ppl from 1 December 2012 and then a further 1 ppl to 30.5 ppl from 1 February 2013 – with the company aiming to help dairy farmers meet rising costs whilst it works commercially to recover the increase from markets it serves.

“We want to return a higher milk price to farmers so that we can ensure security of supply for our customers in an environment where off farm milk production is dropping,” explains Ronald Kers, chief executive of MüllerUK& Ireland Group. “We are determined to be the leading dairy company in theUKandIrelandand the preferred home for milk produced byBritain’s dairy farmers and we will work closely with the farmer board to this end.”


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