The supermarket milk price wars have reached new heights after Morrisons slashed the price of two litres of milk down to just 84p this morning.
Waitrose and Nisa have joined The Co-op and Sainsbury’s in lowering milk prices in reaction to Tesco’s cuts on Monday.
Waitrose staff will enjoy a 15% bonus this year, slightly down from 17% last year, as the upmarket retailer reported growing sales and profits.
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