Dairy prices require ‘careful monitoring’ in coming weeks, says Commission

Despite a “clear recovery” in the EU’s dairy market over the last few months, prices during the coming weeks “must be monitored very carefully”, the European Commission has said.

A representativefrom the EU executive’s DG Agri told MEPs in the European Parliament’sagriculture committee (ComAgri) in Brussels today (February 27) that because ofthe usual seasonal increase in milk deliveries come spring and recent volatilityin the

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