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Meadow Foods drops February price to 'reflect volatile market conditions'

The price will drop by 0.75ppl from February 1. Dairy Crest’s February price will also drop by 1ppl


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Meadow Foods has announced its price will drop by 0.75ppl from February 1, taking their standard A litre milk price to 29ppl.

 

The change will apply to the flat rate element on the price schedule.

 

The company said it was due to the recent downturn in the milk markets with milk volumes running at increased levels for the time of year, adding further negative pressure to the market.

 

Volatile

 

Mark Chantler, chief executive at Meadow Foods, said: “We regret that we have reduced our price to reflect the volatile market conditions.

 

“We are working hard to reduce some of the effects of market volatility by further developing our sales through an extended product range and reach as well as working with our producers to help mitigate the impact.

 

“We hope the market stabilises in the near term but will continue to monitor the situation very closely.”

 

He added the company had recently completed face to face meetings with producers to outline current dairy market trends, Meadow Foods’ direction and strategy for growth as well as how the company is working with producers as well as investing in its farm liaison team.


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It follows a 1ppl cut for February from Dairy Crest which brings its Davidstow milk price to 31ppl.

 

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Chris Thomson, group procurement director at Dairy Crest said the cut was necessary to enrure its products remained competitive.

 

“We were pleased to be able to hold our milk price in January, but the softening market means that this reduction is now necessary.

 

“We remain committed, as ever, to supporting our farmers and paying them a fair price for the high quality milk they supply to us.”

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