Mjólkursamsalan, abbreviated to MS, is an Icelandic company that produces milk and other dairy products and is the largest company in the Icelandic dairy industry  MS is owned by two cooperatives, Auðhumla a cooperative of Icelandic dairy farmers and Kaupfélag Skagfirðinga a cooperative founded in 1889 in Sauðárkrókur. The company in its current form was formed out of a merger of several dairy cooperatives in the 90s to reduce cost of production.  MS oldest part is Mjólkursamlag KEA, a dairy cooperative founded in 1927. It has about 90% share of the Icelandic milk market, and has an ongoing dispute with the Icelandic competition authority regarding a legal provision in a special law dealing with the dairy industry.
|Founded||4 September 1927|
|Headquarters||Bitruhálsi 1, 110 Reykjavík|
|ISK 293 million (2010)|
MS produces its products in the following locations:
Subsidiaries and associate companiesEdit
- Ísey export
- Ísey skyrbar
- Icelandic Provisions (in the US)
- Helgason, Haukur Már (10 October 2014). "The Milk Monopoly". Reykjavik Grapevine. Reykjavik. Archived from the original on 15 December 2017. Retrieved 15 December 2017.
- "Annual Report on Competition Policy Developments in Iceland". www.oecd.org. OECD. Retrieved 19 December 2018.
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