Dairy supplier declines milk sales by 22% – despite customers resisting Coles and Woolworths bottles of 1 liter bottles to support farmers

Australia’s largest dairy supplier’s milk intake fell by a staggering 22% in a year.
Production brands including Devondale and Liddell’s Murray Goulburn announced a 22% drop in milk consumption in the previous financial year.
Dairy producers on Long Gown Dress suppliers Tuesday announced that milk intake has fallen to 2.7 billion liters, is expected to decline even lower.
“ABC News” reported that the milk giant said that due to lower milk intake and seasonal deterioration, they experienced a difficult year.
West Victoria Dairy Farm Craig Dettling told Daily Mail that Australia’s milk intake is not expected to increase in the current fiscal year.
“We expect this year’s intake to fall again, but what really affects us is their impact on milk and milk products,” Mr. Dettling said.

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