Tesco, Aldi and Lidl are cutting the price of their own-brand bread by 10 cent.
Farmers fear price cuts to certain food products will passed be onto the producer - unless a food regulator is put in place
The IFA says moves to cut the cost of milk and bread will drive up other items - something it will discuss at a meeting with Enterprise Minister Neale Richmond later today.
From today, Tesco, Aldi and Lidl announced they're cutting the price of their own-brand bread by 10 cent.
President of the Irish Farmers Association, Toomervara's Tim Cullinan says the profit margins made by supermarkets or processors are still unknown.
He's also calling for a food regulator to be put in place:
Labour TD Ged Nash says the decreases won't go far enough to help people with the cost-of-living crisis: