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Meadow Foods announces November price rise

Its A price will rise by 1ppl from November 1

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Meadow Foods has announced it will raise its milk price by 1ppl from November 1, taking its standard A litre milk price to 31ppl. The increase will be added to the flat rate element on the price schedule.

 

The company’s B Price for August was 35ppl and it projected the range for September would be between 33ppl and 36ppl.


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Mark Chantler, Chief Executive at Meadow Foods, said: “This latest move is a further reflection of the strengthening milk market and our commitment to pass back to you any positive price improvements as soon as possible.

 

“Going forward we will continue to monitor the situation very closely and hope that its continued improvement will allow us to move our price further forward in due course.”

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