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Meadow Foods announces sixth consecutive price increase

Meadow Foods A litre price will rise by 2.25ppl in December


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Meadow Foods has announced an increase of price by 2.25ppl in its A litre price from December 1, taking the standard A litre milk price to 24.4ppl.

 

It is the sixth consecutive milk price increase from the company and prices have risen by 7.4ppl since July.

 

Meadow Foods has also confirmed its B price for November at 32ppl from the estimated price of 30ppl.

 

Simon Chantler said this reflected positivity in the market and movement in the market ’back to more sustainable prices’.

 

"These recent increases reflect our policy of returning any milk price improvements as quickly as possible to our producers," he said.

 

"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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