Dairy giant Müller has confirmed that it will increase the milk price it offers to farmers from June.
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Müller's plant in Market Drayton

Farmers who meet the conditions for the Müller Advantage programme will receive a milk price of 41.5p per litre from June 1 – a 1.5p increase.

Müller has operations in Shropshire at Market Drayton, Minsterley and Telford.

Rob Hutchison, joint chief executive officer at Müller Milk & Ingredients, said: “With unprecedented increases in input costs and challenges facing all parts of the supply chain from farm to shelf, we are committed to ensuring security of supply for the millions of consumers who enjoy the dairy products we make, every day.

“As ever, we will closely monitor all of the factors which influence farm gate milk price in the coming months.”

Müller Advantage aims to improve supply chain collaboration, herd health and reductions in environmental impact and 99.5 per cent of eligible supplying dairy farmers have opted to commit to the programme.

Australians are being warned of another price hike, with the cost of milk set to go up.

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