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Last Updated: Tuesday, 4 April 2006, 15:20 GMT 16:20 UK
Dairy offers deal on deliveries
Jersey milk
TJ Deliveries fears milk could remain unsold
Jersey Dairy says it wants to find a compromise to make sure customers can still get their milk.

Doorstep milk deliveries in St Ouen are under threat because of Jersey Dairy's decision to change trading practices.

The Dairy has decided to sell only full crates of milk, leading to concerns by TJ Deliveries that it will be left with unsold stock.

Dairy managing director Kevin Keen said he was prepared to let the firm buy split crates if that is what it wanted.

TJ Deliveries, which serves people in St Ouen in the west of Jersey, has written to all its customers letting them know they can no longer expect a doorstep delivery from the end of the week.

The company also has problems with some customers not paying their accounts and now says it is in an impossible situation.




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