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FrieslandCampina's UK-based operational arm is poised for a strategic office relocation in London, Victoria

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FrieslandCampina relocates UK headquarters

By Bethan Grylls

After 30 years in the historical West Sussex town of Horsham, the diary giant’s UK arm will be moving its HQ to the hustle and bustle of London, Victoria.

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Agtech's ‘great reset’ continues, data reveals

By Oliver Morrison

PitchBook’s latest Q1 2024 Agtech Report indicates a market undergoing a correction, with the wheat being separated from the chaff. Some sectors are hotter than others, meanwhile.

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Can cows flip the climate narrative?

By Jane Byrne

Over the past five years, a research alliance has created tools for estimating the carbon footprint of grazing ruminant animals, and it has generated some surprising results.

The price of butter keeps creeping up, why? GettyImages/Synergee

The price of butter keeps creeping up, why?

By Donna Eastlake

The price of butter has risen steadily in recent years, with a 18.5% year-on-year increase recorded in the EU wholesale market between 2023 and 2024. But why is this happening? And is it a permanent trend?

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How much time should dairy cows spend outside?

By Augustus Bambridge-Sutton

To have a fulfilling life, cows arguably must be allowed outside. But what constitutes a ‘free-range’ cow is ambiguous. For optimum welfare, farmers must balance time outdoors and time indoors.

Arla says most of its exported mozzarella will be used within the foodservice industry globally, for example for pizza toppings. Image: Getty/carlosgaw

Arla Foods UK makes a major move in mozzarella

By Teodora Lyubomirova

The dairy co-operative is revamping its Devon-based creamery as it plans to add export volume and incorporate new maturation technology to accelerate growth in the category.

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USDA finalizes modern WIC program, secures additional $1bn in funding

By Deniz Ataman

A wider range of packaged foods, including canned fish, canned beans and some plant-based dairy, could qualify for reimbursement under the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) following an update by the US Department...