Sustainability

In addition to using biogas for transportation, TINE is starting to use renewable biogas from its cows at its Sem dairy.

TINE looks into setting up biogas company

By Jim Cornall

Norwegian dairy company TINE is considering establishing a separate biogas company that, using cow manure, will make fuel and energy for the company's vehicles and dairies.

The UK is currently the third largest producer of milk in the Europe and the 10th largest globally.

UK dairy sector presents Dairy Roadmap anniversary report

By Jim Cornall

The UK dairy sector said it has made ‘significant progress’ in its efforts to reduce its environmental footprint, attendees were told at the launch of the Dairy Roadmap 10th anniversary report in the House of Commons.

Danone has introduced nine goals for 2030, in three different models.

Danone sets 2030 goals

By Jim Cornall

At its annual general meeting of shareholders, Danone introduced a set of nine long-term goals for the company and its brands.

Dairy UK says the Eating Better report cherry picks statistics that paint a false picture of the UK industry.

Dairy UK slams Eating Better report

By Jim Cornall

Dairy UK has responded angrily to the publication of a new report urging consumers to change their diet to include less meat and dairy products.

TINE's existing Bergen facility cannot be modernized due to a lack of space. Pic:TINE

TINE’s new Bergen dairy to save energy

By Jim Cornall

The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and the Norwegian dairy company TINE SA have signed a loan agreement of NOK 400m ($52m), with a 12-year maturity, on financing for the construction of TINE’s new dairy in Bergen, Norway.

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