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Meadow Foods announces November price increase

Meadow Foods A price will increase by 1ppl from November 1


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Meadow Foods has announced a 1ppl rise from November 1, taking its standard A litre price to 22.15ppl.

 

Meadow Foods has increased its price increase by 5.15ppl since July and it is the fifth consecutive rise.

 

It has also confirmed its B price for September will be 26ppl and the B price for October will be 30ppl. For November, the company has estimated the B price will be no less than 30ppl.

 

Simon Chantler, executive chairman at Meadow Foods, said: "These recent increases reflect our policy of returning any milk price improvements as quickly as possible to our producers.

 

"We will continue to watch the market closely and hope to continue to move our price forward as soon as we can."


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