A question (Alan Robertson)
Two weeks ago I highlighted the role Tesco plays in the problems experienced by Shetland Farm Dairies. Some people predictably responded that Tesco is not to blame and all blame should be heaped on the shoulders of consumers. Consumers certainly have a part to play, but I would just like to pose this question. If Tesco was to follow the example set by the Co-op in Lerwick and Brae and stock Shetland milk almost exclusively, how many more pints of milk would Shetland Farm Dairies sell?