Arla Foods

Organic products are a big part of Arla's success story in communicating with consumers.

Arla: Connecting the New Natural with consumers

By Jim Cornall

Arla Foods is looking to a new generation of consumers through the concept of ‘The New Natural’ – a concept that encompasses sustainability, clean label, ethical thinking and more.

Arla's 'Calcium' cost-cutting program will take effect throughout the company, covering production, products, procurement, promotional marketing and people.

Arla to cut €400m in costs

By Jim Cornall

European dairy cooperative Arla Foods has launched an internal transformation program called “Calcium,” which is set to deliver more than €400m ($492m) of savings by the end of 2020.

March was a busy month for launches in dairy aisles around the globe. Pic: ©Getty Images/piixypeach

March: What's new in the dairy aisles?

By Mary Ellen Shoup and Jim Cornall

It's time for our monthly round-up of some of the new products being launched in the dairy aisles around the world.

From yogurt to ice cream, formula to flavored milk - it's our monthly look at some of the new products in the dairy aisles in February. Pic:©Getty Images/Olivier Le Moal

New dairy products launched in February

By Mary Ellen Shoup and Jim Cornall

It’s time for the monthly round-up of some of the products launched into the dairy aisles around the world in February.

The dairy industry is looking for consultation in response to a government document on the industry after Brexit.

Dairy responds to UK government’s agricultural policy document

By Jim Cornall

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...

AFISA was a joint venture in Argentina established in 2001 between Arla Foods Ingredients and SanCor.

News in brief

Arla buys AFISA shares from SanCor

By Jim Cornall

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.

Arla Foods will have the rights to use the Yeo Valley brand in the UK for milk, butter, spreads and cheese, but not yogurt, ice cream, cream and desserts, which will continue to be part of the independent Yeo Valley Group.

Arla Foods in Yeo Valley Dairies takeover

By Jim Cornall

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,...

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