UK: Sainsbury's continues to work with British Farmers
Sainsbury's is committed to helping British dairy farmers through its suppliers. Plans to bridge the gap in the cost of production and the income from liquid milk for farmers are in their final stages.We have already eliminated the traditional bi-annual 'milk round' on pricing and review prices when the market demands. This ensures that the pricing structure is constantly reviewed. Liquid milk accounts for one half of the market with the remainder being processed into dairy products. We will continue to offer our customers the best quality products at competitive prices.
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