Arla Foods heralds recovery despite Danish struggles
Arla Foods claims to have put the recession behind it in 2010 despite coming under pressure from discount products in its domestic market.
Arla Foods in merger talks with German co-op
Arla Foods is in merger talks with the German dairy co-operative Hansa-Milch as it looks to broaden its portfolio and improve its negotiating position with customers in the country.
Arla in merger talks with German dairy co-op
Arla Foods has revealed that it is in merger talks with the German dairy co-operative Hansa-Milch.
Danisco awards student grant for dairy research
Danisco has offered a Food Science MSc student a study grant to pursue research which could help reduce waste and cut costs in the manufacturing of fermented dairy products.
FrieslandCampina reports milk price rally
FrieslandCampina has announced the biggest monthly increase in the guaranteed price for the milk supplied to its farmers so far this year.
Arla Foods reports higher profits in 'turbulent' year
In what Arla Foods called a “turbulent and challenging year”, the company has reported a 6.5 per cent decline in revenue for 2009.
Arla to make iced coffee for Starbucks in Europe
Starbucks chilled coffee may soon be on European supermarket shelves after the Seattle coffeehouse signed a deal with Arla Foods.
Danes unite to mine infant formula prebiotics
Danisco and Arla are taking part in a €2.5m+ business/academia research project to isolate and develop some of the oligosaccharides naturally present in human breast milk for use in infant formulas.
Arla plans marketing and capacity increases
Arla is upping its marketing spend by 30 per cent in 2010, and plans to invest almost a billion DKK in more capacity increases and structural changes.
Arla announces three-step product development programme
Arla Foods Ingredients has announced a new three-step hands-on programme for working with food manufacturers on product development, from conception to large-scale trials and commercialisation.
Arla targets supply chain balance in cost cut plans
As European farmers’ associations call for better cooperation between processors and milk suppliers over pricing, a leading cooperative groups says it is already having to tighten its budget across the supply chain.
Arla faces farmer wrath over new year price chop
A leading European dairy cooperative has announced it will return prices paid to its farmer members to rates similar to before surging values recorded in mid-2007, risking further wrath from concerned farmers in the bloc.
Arla ready to pay price over organic milk needs
Cooperative Arla Foods says it is looking to increase the supply of
milk from its member farmers to tackle growing concern over organic
supply, particularly in its Swedish and Danish markers.
Arla counts the kroner after exceptional year for milk
Arla Foods has reported a sustained level of profit despite a
turbulent year in the milk markets after treading a fine line
between paying its members more for their milk and pricing their
Arla sells yoghurt top cups division
Arla Foods announced yesterday the sale of Crispy Food
International, a leading producer of "cereal tops" for dairy
breakfast foods, to Denmark-based Koff.