Now, the Swedish dairy industry is coming together

– Bringing together advisory services, LRF and dairies in this manner strengthens us even further. It feels like a fresh start, says Inger-Lise Sjöström, chair of the LRF Milk Delegation.

The LRF Milk Delegation has been formed and comprises representatives from Svensk Mjölk, LRF, Växa Sverige, Rådgivarna Sjuhärad, and Skånesemin. Its aim is to exert additional pressure in political spheres, thereby improving conditions for dairy farmers to achieve profitability, competitiveness, and growth.

– There’s an optimism in the industry that I haven’t seen in many years. However, there are challenges, so it’s particularly crucial for the industry to convene and influence decision-makers on the necessary steps for the continued development of the dairy sector. Given that we operate in a global market, enhancing our competitiveness is paramount, especially from a preparedness standpoint.,” says Chairperson Inger-Lise Sjöström in an LRF press release.

In the accompanying press photo, members of the LRF Milk Delegation are pictured. They include Marita Wolf and Gustav Kämpe from Arla, Kjell-Åke Karlsson from Gäsene Mejeri, Anders Rolfsson from Skånemejerier, Inger-Lise Sjöström from Arla, Anna Vägermark from Växa, Joakim Borgs from LRF, Magnus Carlman from Växa, Göran Olofsson from Norrmejerier, Claes Arnesson from Falköpings Mejeri, Jimmy Grinsvall from Rådgivarna i Sjuhärad, Eskil Carlsson from Skånesemin, and Elin Johansson from Arla. Palle Borgström from LRF and Magnus Lindberg from Svensk Mjölk are not pictured. PHOTO: LRF

Read more about the delegation HERE