AUSTRALIA: Woolworth's won't listen to dairy farmers' fears
Yesterday's (10 October) announcement by the supermarket chain Woolworth's was anxious to stress that the recent protests of dairy farmers are falling on deaf ears. It has ruled out a review of its milk prices in defiance of calls for a boycott of the chain and suppliers' fears of bankruptcy. Woolworth's is not the only retailer selling cheap milk, but this chain has been targeted by protestors because it kick-started the milk price war with reductions two months ago.
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