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Sainsburys has confirmed it is dropping its milk price for aligned producers by 0.45p/litre from 1 January. The 290 farmers in the Sainburys dairy development group received notice of the price fall in a letter last week. The move will take the liquid standard litre price paid to aligned producers to 30.37p/litre (those supplying Sainsburys through Muller), 30.31p/litre (Arla) and 30.23p/litre (Dairy Crest). See also: Supermarket dairy contracts in spotlight after Tesco review The retailer calculates its farmgate price based […]
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