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Rspca welfare brand milk rejected by dairy farmers in Scotland and Wales is being rebranded with a different name and a different brand – “RSPCA UK”, a spokesman told MailOnline

Rspca welfare brand milk rejected by dairy farmers in Scotland and Wales is being rebranded with a different name and a different brand – “RSPCA UK”, a spokesman told MailOnline.

One of the first places the dairy brand is expected to be sold is London, where it is sold to milk processors, restaurants, retail outlets and othe바카라사이트r food manufacturers.

The milk wilnatyasastra.coml remain labelled as “RSPCA UK” while a new label will replace the one that was previously used and is expected to appear at 10 supermarkets including Tesco and Sainsbury’s in London, while others will have a single ‘RSPCA UK’ logo on the label.

In the past, milk has been sold as ‘RSPCA’ but this will no longer be required as it is likely the new name will be more readily identifiable, he added.

The company, which specialises in dairy product and drink packaging, said it has already seen a huge amount of interest as the public continue to demand milk-free alternatives in the wake of the campaign by UK Milk for Life.

He added: “We were really delighted that they chose to include such a huge range of milk options, including from different regions around the UK, across their range. We have a whole range of milk brands coming out of our factory in Sheffield, which is currently producing 80,000 litres every day.

“RSPCA UK will also be available in London and Londoners with children, at schools and on supermarkets, and we aim to sell more to restaurants, shops and takeaway outlets across the country over the coming years.”

The new label also comes after RSPCA Scotland issued a voluntary recall in August and October last year in a bid to promote awareness among dairy farmers about their responsibilities under the law.

However, it comes after a Scottish farmer told the MailOnline that the government has still refused to meet its previous commitment that any further free milk, even when in doubt, should be sold to retailers.

Peter Sperbo, whose family runs Cottages in Scotland – which is already sold in some Tesco and Sainsbury’s outlets – told MailOnline he had heard that he 더킹카지노can now return milk at his local Tesco, which was then sold as ‘RSPCA UK’.

However, when the company was asked about the situation, it explained: “We would suggest that this statement should be followed up to ensure there is no ambiguity in what milk you are buying and we are not trying to mislead you.”

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