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Last amendment included in this version: M.R. 3/2023

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Wholesale Milk Prices Order, M.R. 109/89

« Wholesale Milk Prices Order », R.M. 109/89

The Milk Prices Review Act, C.C.S.M. c. M130

NOTE: This regulation was enacted in English only.

Loi sur le contrôle du prix du lait, c. M130 de la C.P.L.M.

NOTE : Ce règlement a été adopté en anglais seulement.

version anglaise

Regulation 109/89
Registered April 28, 1989

Definitions

1   The following definitions apply in this regulation.

"1% milk" means fluid milk with not less than 0.9% butterfat and not more than 1.1% butterfat and may contain added vitamin A and vitamin D.

"2% milk" means fluid milk with not less than 1.9% butterfat and not more than 2.1% butterfat and may contain added vitamin A and vitamin D.

"Class 1 milk" means fluid milk that is homogenized milk, 2% milk, 1% milk, skim milk, flavoured milk or organic milk.

"flavoured milk" means Class 1 milk that contains added flavouring and may also contain added salt, stabilizers or sweeteners.

"homogenized milk" means fluid milk that contains not less than 3.2% butterfat and may contain added vitamin A and vitamin D.

"organic milk" means milk produced and processed by a certified enterprise, as provided for in National Standard of Canada CAN/CGSB-32.310-99 published by the Canadian General Standards Board.

"skim milk" means fluid milk that contains not more than 0.2% butterfat and may contain added vitamin A and vitamin D.

M.R. 14/2016

2   [Repealed]

M.R. 14/2016; 165/2017

Areas

3   For the purposes of this order, the following are designated as areas:

(a) the area within the boundaries of the City of Winnipeg, to be called "the Winnipeg area";

(b) [repealed] M.R. 246/90;

(c) [repealed] M.R. 90/92;

(d) the area within the boundaries of the City of Brandon, to be called "the Brandon area".

M.R. 246/90; 90/92

Wholesale prices

4(1)   Except as provided in subsection (2), the maximum prices set out in Schedule A are those at which homogenized milk, 2% milk, 1% milk and skim milk in one-litre containers shall be sold if

(a) the sale takes place in an area referred to in section 3; and

(b) the sale is made by a manufacturer, processor, jobber or distributor to any purchaser, other than a jobber, distributor, consumer or restaurant operator.

4(2)   The maximum prices set out in Schedule A do not apply to

(a) flavoured milk; or

(b) organic milk.

M.R. 178/91; 71/95; 14/2016

Rural transportation differentials

5   Where Class 1 milk, as described in section 4, is sold for delivery outside an area referred to in section 3, the prices established under section 4 shall be increased by the applicable rural transportation differential as set out in Schedule B.

M.R. 71/95; 121/2007; 14/2016

Repeal

6   Manitoba Regulation 43/88, as amended, is repealed.

Coming into force

7   This regulation comes into force on May 1, 1989.

April 27, 1989Manitoba Milk Prices Review Commission:

Daryl F. Kraft, Chairperson

Adrian W. Strutinsky, Secretary


SCHEDULE A

(Section 4)

Maximum wholesale prices

1   Maximum wholesale prices for sales to purchasers other than jobbers, consumers or restaurant operators of the following types of Class 1 milk in a one-litre container are as follows:

TYPE OF CLASS 1 MILK MAXIMUM PRICE FOR A
ONE-LITRE CONTAINER
Homogenized Milk $1.89
2% Milk $1.82
1% Milk $1.76
Skim Milk $1.72

M.R. 3/2023

WRAP add-on included

2   Each maximum price listed in section 1 includes a one-cent WRAP add-on to provide a mechanism for processors to recover environmental stewardship fees paid in accordance with approved plans under The Waste Reduction and Prevention Act and its regulations.

M.R. 173/89; 280/89; 52/90; 246/90; 178/91; 90/92; 141/93; 208/93; 79/94; 71/95; 164/95; 16/96; 159/96; 143/97; 84/98; 27/99; 127/2000; 41/2001; 145/2001; 8/2002; 156/2002; 9/2003; 109/2004; 205/2004; 23/2007; 121/2007; 36/2008; 159/2008; 50/2009; 170/2010; 98/2011; 126/2012; 177/2012; 16/2014; 14/2016; 101/2018; 4/2020; 155/2020; 135/2021; 109/2022; 3/2023


SCHEDULE B

(Section 5)

RURAL TRANSPORTATION DIFFERENTIALS

1 TRANSPORTATION DIFFERENTIALS FOR DISTANCES UP TO AND INCLUDING 210 KILOMETRES FROM DESIGNATED AREAS:

The following differentials apply with respect to all designated areas referred to in section 3 of the regulation:

Distance from nearest area Differential per litre
(Non-cumulative)
30 kilometres or less 2 cents
over 30 kilometres, up to and including 60 kilometres 3 cents
over 60 kilometres, up to and including 90 kilometres 4 cents
over 90 kilometres, up to and including 120 kilometres 5 cents
over 120 kilometres, up to and including 150 kilometres 6 cents
over 150 kilometres, up to and including 180 kilometres 7 cents
over 180 kilometres, up to and including 210 kilometres 8 cents

2 TRANSPORTATION DIFFERENTIAL FOR DISTANCES EXCEEDING 210 KILOMETRES FROM DESIGNATED AREAS:

(a)  Where the nearest designated area is the Winnipeg area, the following differential applies:

Distance from Winnipeg area Differential per litre
over 210 kilometres, up to and including 240 kilometres 8 cents

(b)  Where the nearest designated area is the Brandon area, the following differential applies:

Distance from Brandon area Differential per litre
over 210 kilometres, up to and including 360 kilometres 8 cents

M.R. 246/90; 141/93; 23/2007; 121/2007; 14/2016