Producer share of retail price reaches three-year high
21st Mar 2017 / By Alistair Driver
The share of pork retail prices received by producers topped 40% in February, a three-year high, on the back of relatively stable producer prices and declining retail prices.
The February average figure of 40.5% represented a 0.5% increase on January and a remarkable 10.5% difference on the figure recorded a year ago. In fact, it was the largest share since July 2014.
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