The CDC Undertakes a Review of the Price of Milk at the Farm
June 2, 2022
Ottawa, ON – On May 27, 2022, the Canadian Dairy Commission (CDC) received a request from the Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) for a mid-year increase to the farmgate price of milk due to the current inflationary environment. According to the request, this increase would come into effect on September 1, 2022, and would be deducted from any price increase that may result from the routine price review in the fall of 2022.
In response to this request, the CDC Board will consult stakeholders between June 13 and 15, 2022. Its decision will be announced in the days following these consultations.
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Canadian Dairy Commission
The Canadian Dairy Commission is a Crown corporation established in 1966. The Commission provides a framework for managing Canada’s dairy industry, a shared federal and provincial responsibility. It serves as a facilitator and intervener in forums that influence Canada’s dairy policy, and coordinates federal and provincial dairy policies. The Commission also administers the dairy production control mechanism to avoid production shortages or surpluses. Learn more at www.cdc-ccl.gc.ca.
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