UK: Oversupplies set to continue in British organic dairy sector
London – The British organic dairy products market is to show healthy growth in the coming years however oversupplies are set to continue. Overproduction is responsible for half of British produced organic milk to be sold as conventional milk this year. The situation has arisen due to a flood of organic milk coming into a market that is showing slower growth rates. The British organic dairy products market is reporting growth of 26.7 percent in 2001 after years of growth above 33 percent.
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