Arla Foods

Thomas Heilskov (centre) heads up Arla's new global in-house agency called The Barn.

Arla creates in-house agency

By Jim Cornall

In recent years, several international companies have started producing their own campaigns and ads, and now Arla has chosen to do the same.

Interviews with Arla Foods and International Dispensing Corporation.

Dairy Dialog podcast 15: Arla Foods and IDC

By Jim Cornall

This week’s Dairy Dialog podcast takes a look at this week’s acquisition by Arla Foods, as well as US company International Dispensing Corporation's (IDC) hopes of helping the dairy market in Pakistan.

The ‘Beyond Brexit: Farming for our Future’ conference in London urged the UK and EU to avoid a no-deal Brexit.

Arla Foods warns of no-deal Brexit issues

By Jim Cornall

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.

Dairy Dialog podcast episode 7: Arla UK, Lycored and Epi Ingredients

Dairy Dialog podcast: Arla Foods UK, Lycored and Epi Ingredients

By Jim Cornall

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...

Arla CEO Peder Tuborgh spent two days in Bangladesh recently.

Arla maintains involvement in Bangladesh

By Jim Cornall

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.

The NFU and Arla Foods UK have so far responded to the government proposals for agriculture after Brexit.

UK sets out agriculture bill for ‘Green Brexit’

By Jim Cornall

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).

Arla Foods UK is warning specialty cheese could be ‘very scarce’ and other dairy products an ‘occasional luxury’ if a London School of Economics report on Brexit scenarios comes to fruition. Pic: Getty Images/Azure-Dragon

Arla foresees post-Brexit dairy problems for UK consumers

By Jim Cornall

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.’