“The concrete shelf pricing is of course the responsibility of the respective food retail company,” explains Managing Director Josef Braunshofer. It can be assumed that these price reductions will also lead to reduced end consumer prices for butter.
“The last year was also extremely challenging for us as a manufacturer of dairy products. In addition to massive cost increases, we were confronted with delivery problems along the entire supply chain. With the relaxation that is now beginning to take place on the markets, we are able to lower prices again,” says Braunshofer.
After the production and processing costs for a liter of milk had increased massively in 2022, the impact on butter was twenty times greater. Individual cost items are now showing a slight relaxation again for the first time. The amount of the price reduction that will be passed on to trading partners will be more than six percent.
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