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Breakfast Milk brand comes of age

Milk Industry London 92(6): 27, 29, 31

Breakfast Milk brand comes of age

In view of the continuing decline in UK doorstep sales of traditional bottled 'Gold Top' Channel Islands milk, Quality Milk Producers Limited (UK), the marketing body for producers of Channel Islands milk in England and Wales, developed Breakfast MilkReg. This is pasteurized homogenized Channel Islands milk packaged in cartons. It was first processed and marketed by County Dairies (Oxford, UK) but is now also processed under licence by 7 other dairies.

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