Danish-Swedish dairy co-operative Arla Foods has announced it is to
cease operations at one of its Danish cheese warehouses as a result
of flagging sales of its hard and semi-hard yellow cheeses,
reports Tom Armitage.
The announcement yesterday that DMV International and Arla Food
Ingredients could merge is a further example of how the rising
power and ongoing growth of the multiple retailers is putting
constant pressure on ingredients companies...
Dutch lactoferrin supplier DMV International and Arla Food
Ingredients could soon be part of the world's largest farmer-owned
dairy company as their owners Campina of the Netherlands and
Denmark's Arla Foods announce plans...
Arla Foods, the Danish-Swedish dairy co-operative, has announced an
unexpected trade alliance with a traditional Danish producer of sea
salt, in a bid to bolster flagging sales of its Lurpak butter
brand. Tom Armitage reports.
The boards of Germany's two largest dairy companies, Bremer
Nordmilch and Humana Milchunione, have announced plans they are to
merge. The proposal is due to come into effect as of January 2005
and will allow them to overtake...
This year the European dairy industry is to be effected by two
major changes in the sector. On 1 May the EU will include 10 new
states into its set up. And later in the year the EU will lower its
intervention level on milk. These...
Arla Foods is the largest company in the Danish milk sector. It has
a 93 per cent share of the market. But The Danish Business
Minister, Bendt Bendten, believes that Arla Foods should dismantle
the monopoly that it holds on the Danish...