Saturday, February 27, 2016

Breeders crisis: the retail blamed – francetv info

To reassure angry farmers, François Hollande has appointed a new target this Saturday February 27 Agricultural Fair: supermarkets. She is accused of making the law in trade negotiations taking place right now. Supermarkets demanding ever lower prices from their suppliers. This year, the discount would be required from -3 to -8%. Breeders believe to be the victims of these free negotiations.

Meanwhile, the retail blames industrial. “I think I buy at good value in my industry, but I do not know if farmers receive the right price” says Michel Biero, CEO of Lidl France. Breeders who demand higher prices. For this, they want to weigh in trade negotiations. The government promises that now, farmers will also be at the table. Another proposed measure, the obligation to indicate on the contract, the price paid to farmers for greater transparency.

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