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Muller announces milk price rise and recruitment drive

The Muller Direct milk price will increase by 0.75ppl from June 1.

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Muller has announced a 0.75ppl milk price rise from June 1 and has announced it planned to recruit farmers to recruit more farmers.

 

It takes the Muller Direct standard litre price to 26.75ppl for June.


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It has also announced it plans to recruit farmers to join its Muller Direct group, following the investments at its Telford, Severnside and Foston sites.

 

Market returns

 

Rob Hutchison, Muller’s milk supply director said: “We are pleased to see market returns improving after a challenging period, and to be able to reflect this in a higher milk price.

 

“Muller’s proposition for farmers is designed to be simple and clear, and it has been the subject of considerable innovation, underpinned by a desire to build a better future in the dairy industry supply chain.

 

“The recently launched Müller Direct Fixed Price Contract, Futures Contract option and Next Generation initiative for younger farmers have been well received and are now driving real change in our industry.

 

“We intend to continue breaking the mould going forward”

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