First Milk agrees new long term contract with Nestle

First Milk has supplied British milk to Nestle since 2003.

CEO Mike Gallacher said: “Nestle are a hugely important customer for First Milk and I am delighted to see this relationship renewed for the long term.

“Nestle have consistently supported British Dairy farmers and are at the forefront of driving best practice on responsible sourcing and sustainability.

“Initiatives like our shared Next Generation Young Farmer Program demonstrate a long term and strategic commitment to the UK supply chain.”

Robin Sundaram, Responsible Sourcing Lead – Milk Buyer, Nestlé UK & Ireland said: “We are delighted to renew our commitment to First milk and to our Nestle farmers.

“Good quality milk is a key ingredient in some of our iconic brands such as Nescafe and KitKat. We look forward to continuing our strategic long-term partnership to drive our vision of supporting our farmers and our environment.”

The announcement follows recent communications on First Milk’s progress following a new strategy focused on core business of Liquid Milk Contract supply and Cheddar manufacturing.

This has resulted in a circa £30M improvement in profitability over the last two years.


Source: FarmingUK



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