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Another Attack On Croats Pockets – Milk To Rise 10%

There is another surprise in store for Croats when they hit the supermarkets next week. From Monday milk will cost between 10 and 15% more, and yoghurts up to 25% more after the nations leading dairy companies announced that the price of dairy products will rise.

“Dukat, unfortunately have been forced to perform price correction in their range as a result of rapidly rising input costs, especially energy prices. For example, the cost of steam in 2013 has ncreased by 120% on 2012, which represents a very heavy burden”, said the statement.

Other leading dairy companies in Croatia, including Vindija, will follow suit also with ‘price corrections’ from Monday.

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