Supermarkets join Asda in bowing to pressure and pledge to pay more per litre for liquid milk to cover dairy farming costs

Aldi and Morrisons have announced they will increase the price they pay suppliers for milk after bowing to growing pressure from dairy farmers about the crisis in the industry.

Aldi, the discount supermarket, said it would pay a minimum of 28p per litre for liquid milk from Monday, following talks with farmers and unions, while Morrisons will pay 26p per litre

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS