Fonterra plans to build a second milk drier costing NZD $300m at its Darfield site, citing higher milk production levels and increased demand from the Middle East, Southeast Asia and China, while CEO Theo Spierings had pointed to “six key megatrends”...
A 'soft landing solution' for the abolition of milk production
quotas within the EU is expected to ensure a smoother transition
for the industry than abruptly scrapping the system, according to a
Nestle has confirmed that it will work with New Zealand dairy
cooperative Fonterra in constructing and running a new dairy in
Brazil as part of a joint $40m (€27m) investment to step up raw
milk production in the country.