Arla sign© Tim Scrivener
The NFU has questioned Arla’s dairy downturn strategy, after Britain’s biggest processor cut its milk price for the second month running. NFU dairy board chairman Michael Oakes said the co-op’s 2,700 UK farmers were right to ask if the plan to move milk into higher-value markets was working. He also suggested processors and suppliers could collaborate on efforts to manage milk supplies.  After follow-up questions from Farmers Weekly, the NFU pointed to Arla pushing the same messages about its strategy […]
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