Costs in Dutch pork chain clarified by consumer euro

09-12-2004 | | |

Researchers have calculated the cost distribution in the Dutch pork supply chain and concluded that the producer finally earns only 6% of the market price of fresh pork. This represents a huge gap between the off farm and retail price. Not only the supermarkets are responsible for this, as many often believe.


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