The Canadian Dairy Commission is set to unveil the prices that will be in place for milk products next year, along with a detailed look at the increase in their cost of doing business.
The crown corporation, which oversees Canada’s supply managed dairy system, will be announcing what’s known as the “farm gate milk price” for 2023. In Canada, the dairy industry operates under what’s known as a supply management system, where the prices that producers get for things like milk, cream, yogurt and cheeses are set at a level that ensures production and sustainability for the industry.
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