A successful bank holiday for the Danes marks the only change on the bacon markets. Good business was reported over the weekend and now the markets are traditionally quiet following the holiday.
The Dutch market has had little change in price and kill numbers remain low.
One seller said raw material was still scarce and expensive and curers said they were losing money because of increased costs.
The outlook remains gloomy for the long suffering British market, with no change in bacon prices and none expected in the immediate future.