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The industry as a victim of the milk war

Production Laitiere Moderne ( 242): 37-38
The industry as a victim of the milk war
Until its dissolution in November 1994 the Milk Marketing Board (MMB) bought 98% of milk produced in England and Wales and resold it to industrial dairies. Since then the price of milk has increased by 10%, becoming the most expensive in the EU due to the dominance of the Milk Marque cooperative, a development of the MMB, which now collects 65% of milk produced.

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