French dairy firm Entremont has joined forces with Breton
co-operative Unicopa to form France's second biggest milk processor
as tough market conditions force industry consolidation, reports
Arla UK has been criticised for setting up a new wave of
instability through Britain's milk supply chain after it cut the
price it pays to farmers for milk, citing cost pressures,
reports Chris Mercer.
UK milk processor Dairy Crest announces a small slip in full year
profits and makes its first foray into the burgeoning functional
foods market - something which should provide its liquid milk
division with greater long-term stability,...
The Irish Dairy Board (IDB) has shrugged off slashed CAP subsidies
and taken advantage of favourable international trading conditions
to notch up a steady increase in both profits and turnover during
2004 trading, Tom Armitage reports.
Robert Wiseman Dairies has moved to allay its shareholders'
concerns after announcing a disappointing decline in the company's
full-year profits, stemming from last year's loss of a lucrative
contract to supply Asda...
Philippine food and beverage manufacturer San Miguel has said that
it expects its acquisition of Australia's National Foods to be
completed before the close of May - despite so far failing to
convince around 75 per cent of the...