Groups of farmers stripped supermarket shelves dry of milk in a night of protests against low prices. Farmers came out in force across the country on Monday (3 August) to take part in the Milk Trolley Challenge, which sees milk removed from supermarket shelves. Trolleys piled high with cartons of milk are then wheeled to the checkout and dumped. See also: Farmers ramp up milk and lamb protests On Monday night (3 August), farmers targeted supermarket stores in Weston-super-Mare in […]
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