Friday, 03 April 2020 10:13

No need — Fonterra

Written by  Milking It

On the topic of milk supply…..New Zealanders may not need to freeze milk.

Fonterra says its operations have been deemed an essential service under Alert Level 4, meaning processing and collection of farmers’ milk will be prioritised over the next four weeks.

The co-op says there’s no need to panic buy – and milk won’t be running out.

Fonterra staff are working from home but dairy farmers and their staff are milking cows and keeping food lines open to the world.


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