OMSCo

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OMSCoOrganic Milk Suppliers Co-operative (UK)
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TO THE RETAILER: OMSCo will redeem this coupon only if it has been taken in full payment for a 1-pint carton of Scottish organic milk whole, semi skimmed or skimmed.
OMSCo says organic dairy sales fell by 5.5% during the same period.
OMSCo has also teamed up with the Field Studies Council to produce A Guide to Hedgerows that will be given away to participants on each safari and will also be available to purchase.
By joining forces, Yeo Valley and OMSCo aim to ensure the organic dairy market leader has the growing supply of organic milk it requires to maintain its current momentum, while OMSCo's farmers will be guaranteed a fair price for the milk they are producing.
The hampers are from West Country Produce (www.westcountryproduce.co.uk) and include tasty organic cheeses made with milk from OMSCo dairy farms, and delicious West Country organic cider.
Dietician Sian Porter teamed up with OMSCo, the Organic Milk Co-operative to produce these tips on how to add organic dairy products to kids' diets.
The milk goes to the organic dairy specialist Omsco, which was paying 35p a litre until the spring, and is now paying 25p.
The Organic Milk Suppliers Cooperative (OMSCo) claimed the market was being under-supplied for the first time in five years.
The organic milk market is growing rapidly, with OMSCo announcing a 50pc increase in demand for liquid milk over the past six months, and the dairy dessert and cheese sectors recording growth of between 20 and 25%.
"Though we are now the UK's single biggest organic milk customer, we always try to be aware of our responsibilities to our suppliers, like the 80 farms in the south west who are members of OMSCo and supply our organic milk.
The herd averages 7,000 litres, with all milk supplied via the Omsco co-operative.
Last year organic milk prices, via the co-operative OMSCo, was a respectable 35p/litre.