Arla Foods has joined farmer organizations from the UK, Denmark, The Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, France and Germany to call for the UK government and the European Union to pull out all the stops to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
This week’s podcast includes interviews with Graham Wilkinson, head of agriculture at Arla Foods UK and strategic lead for the Arla UK 360 program, Lycored head of marketing (food) Christiane Lippert on cheese colors, and Epi Ingredients marketing manager...
Dairy cooperative Arla Foods UK is launching ‘Arla UK 360’, which it claims is a new standard in UK dairy farming with an approach to benefit everyone, and Aldi has become the first supermarket to jump on board.
During his recent visit to Bangladesh, Arla CEO Peder Tuborgh experienced first-hand how Arla is bringing affordable nutrition to more consumers while also stepping up its commitment to support the sustainable growth of the local dairy sector.
Legislation to deliver what the UK government says is a cleaner and healthier environment for future generations after nearly half a century under EU rules is being introduced into Parliament today (September 12).
Because farmers are facing a tough financial situation, partly because of the Europe-wide drought, Arla Foods is proposing to give all 2018 net profits to farmers due to the positive development of Arla Foods’ balance sheet.
Dairy price recovery in 2017 has positively affected the combined turnover of the top 20 companies, which, in 2017, was up 7.2% on the year in US dollar terms, according to RaboResearch’s latest report, ‘Global Dairy Top 20 – A Shuffling of the Deck Chairs.’
European dairy cooperative Arla Foods says Brexit could leave UK consumers with less choice and higher prices, turning everyday staples, like butter, yogurts, cheese and infant formula, into occasional luxuries, and making speciality cheeses ‘very scarce.’
Following the announcement in February this year of the partnership between Arla Foods and Yeo Valley on liquid milk, butter and cheese, Arla Foods said it is pleased the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has approved the deal following a Phase...
Nestlé dominated the food brand rankings, according to a new report by independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy Brand Finance, however the growth of Chinese dairy company Yili has been impressive.
More than 160 jobs are at risk as Arla Foods UK plans a reorganization of its cheese business and warehouse network, with another 195 people affected in support functions, primarily at the cooperative’s Aarhus, Denmark headquarters.
The Arla Foods amba board of directors has appointed Jan Toft Nørgaard from Skærbæk, Denmark, to succeed Åke Hantoft as chairman of Arla Foods amba, when Hantoft steps down on July 2 after seven years in the role.
Dairy UK, the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) and Arla Foods UK have responded to the government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’ (Defra) publication of its paper into agricultural policy, ‘Health and Harmony: the future for food, farming...
After posting impressive results for 2017, Arla Foods amba has come under fire in the UK from the NFU (National Farmers' Union) for dropping the price of milk for its farmers for the third straight month.
Arla Foods Ingredients has confirmed it has agreed to acquire the shares in Arla Foods Ingredients S.A (AFISA) currently owned by SanCor to support the company’s ambition for market growth in South America.
The Danish headquartered cooperative said it is looking to significantly step up its ambitions for its organic dairy business in the UK, and now Arla Foods Limited, a subsidiary of Arla Foods amba, has announced it will acquire Yeo Valley Dairies Limited,...
In the biggest single investment announced in the Danish-headquartered dairy cooperative’s history, Arla Foods says it will invest more than half a billion euros ($656m) in 2018 to deliver on its 2020 growth ambition.