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Arla announces June price rise

The standard litre price will rise to 28.58ppl from June 1.


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Arla Foods amba has announced it is increasing its conventional milk price for June by one eurocent.

 

In the UK, the standard litre price will rise to 28.58ppl. It is a rise of 0.88ppl, plus the accessibility supplement which takes the rise to 1.15ppl.

 

Arla Foods amba board director, Johnnie Russell, said: “After a challenging start to the year, I am confident that this milk price increase will be welcomed by our farmer owners who have faced difficulties through unforeseen, extreme, conditions in the winter and early spring.


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“The increase has been possible due to the strengthening of the markets,” he said.

 

“Although weather conditions are now improving, the long cold spring in some areas reduced output leaving commodity markets short of product.

 

“This, coupled with increased export demand and strong European demand, has pushed prices higher, particularly in cheese and butter, while SMP prices have been slightly stronger than expected.”

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