Dairy giants DMK and Arla planning a joint collaboration to ramp up their milk powder production on the back of increasing global demand.
A well-placed dairy industry source has attacked Arla for publishing what he describes as ‘greenwash’ in its 2011 report detailing progress on environmental targets.
An increased product portfolio and a larger European footprint are two benefits the German acquisition of Allgäuland-Käsereien will bring Arla Foods if its bid is cleared, says the dairy giant....
Arla Foods is confident that opportunities still exist in the Swedish dairy market despite a slump in milk consumption that led to a financial crisis at rival processor Milko.
A slump in milk demand in Sweden at the beginning of the year has prompted distressed Swedish dairy co-op Milko to turn to Arla to take on its farmers.
Arla Foods Ingredients is having a new powder processing line installed in Denmark as the Danish supplier works to double its sales of powdered whey protein by 2015.
Arla Foods says it is 'reviewing its master plan' for a controversial super dairy in Buckinghamshire following objections from local residents, but insists the facility is still on track to...
Arla Foods is to close its Swedish Falkenberg dairy and will invest DKK 615m (€82m) in two of its Denmark facilities in order to improve its competitiveness in yellow cheese...
Arla Foods Ingredients has become a subsidiary of Arla Foods as the Danish dairy co-operative focuses on growing the whey-based ingredients business.
Arla Foods is to establish a whey processing joint venture with the merged Nordmilch-Humana company DMK to produce whey protein concentrate (WPC) and lactose for the food industry.
The merger of Arla Foods and German dairy firm Hansa-Milch is now set to go ahead after members of both co-ops voted in favour of the tie-up.
Arla Foods Ingredients has moved to a bigger office and application centre in Argentina to support the growth of its South American subsidiary.
Arla Foods claims to have put the recession behind it in 2010 despite coming under pressure from discount products in its domestic market.
Arla Foods has set itself a target of reducing the weight of its full range of plastic milk bottles in the UK by 15 to 20 per cent.
Arla Foods Ingredients is giving other dairy companies access to its lactose-free technology that had previously been only available to other companies in the Arla Foods group.
Arla Foods’ proposed £150m 1bn litre 'super-dairy' in Aylesbury will create 680 skilled jobs, while the development of commercial space next door could create 500 more, bosses have claimed.
Arla Foods is in merger talks with the German dairy co-operative Hansa-Milch as it looks to broaden its portfolio and improve its negotiating position with customers in the country.
Arla Foods has revealed that it is in merger talks with the German dairy co-operative Hansa-Milch.
The boss of one of the UK’s biggest milk supply groups has slammed cost-cutting by discount stores that he claims has taken £252m out of the supply chain.
Arla Foods is to end its reliance on imports from Sweden and Denmark rom August 2011 as it announces the transfer of its UK retail butter production to Westbury Dairies.
All of Arla’s fresh milk and Cravendale polybottles now contain 15% recycled plastic, and bosses are confident of doubling this percentage to 30% by 2015, the firm has revealed.
Arla Foods is to join First Milk and Milk Link as a shareholder in the joint venture company Westbury Dairies.
Arla has revealed that its £150m ‘super dairy’ will be located on a 70-acre site in Aston Clinton, Aylesbury.
Arla's lactose-free brand Lactofree is generating value growth of 37% year-on-year, bosses have revealed as the dairy giant unveiled a sharp rise in interim profits.
Arla’s 1bn-litre ‘super dairy’ will not – as suggested in press reports this week – be constructed ‘near the western fringe of the M25 between Slough and Uxbridge’, bosses have insisted.