By Philip Case

Farmers Weekly

Morrisons has followed Iceland and raised the price of a four-pinter of milk on its shelves to £1 in a further move to support struggling dairy farmers. The supermarket chain announced on Monday (7 December) it had increased the price of four pints of its own-brand fresh milk from 89p to £1. The price of its Milk for Farmers four-pinter, which pays dairy farmers a 10p/litre premium, will also rise from £1.12 to £1.23 on shelves. See also: How much […]

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