“After years of investigations into the big supermarkets using their muscle to squeeze farming suppliers, … frequent sharp and unpredictable rises and falls in milk price are driving dairy farmers out of business every week.” (http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/jan/20/fine-supermarkets-unfairly-squeezed-milk-suppliers-mps)
A supermarket representative resolved to squeeze them till the teats squeak.
“The aggressive buying practices of some of the big supermarkets have got even worse … and … their current price wars are exposing the UK to further food crime.” (http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/sep/04/horsemeat-scandal-report-urgent-comprehensive-reforms)
I find that highly unmilkly.
“The Les fruits et légumes moches (inglorious fruit and vegetables) initiative offers misshapen fruit and vegetables at a 30% discount … with slogans including ‘hideous orange makes beautiful juice’.” (http://positivenews.org.uk/2014/environment/agriculture/16073/french-supermarket-sells-ugly-fruit-vegetables/)
Tesco’s banned advertising campaign which attempted to mitigate the horse meat scandal “ended with the line: ‘We know that our supply chain is too complicated. So we’re making it simpler … Seriously. This is it. We are changing.'” (http://www.theguardian.com/media/2013/sep/04/tesco-horsemeat-ad)
When asked to comment, a horse neighed, “BOGOF.”