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Arla Foods has announced a plan to invest almost half a billion pounds (€527 million) in 2018 as the company continues to deliver on its 2020 growth ambition.
Ornua is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Hunter to the new role of managing director of Ornua Foods UK.
Growth in milk supply—which turned positive in the second quarter if 2017— accelerated in the third quarter.
Latest IFCN analysis reveals that the world production growth rate of milk in 2016 was the lowest since 1997.
Following a change in ownership of Brazilian dairy company Vigor, Arla Foods has divested its 8% share in the company with immediate effect.
Speaking at the International Dairy Federation (IDF) World Dairy Summit in Belfast, industry leaders provided a clear indication that the future for dairy is bright in emerging markets, particularly in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Arla Foods has launched its first branded organic milk in the Middle East, the company’s biggest growth market outside Europe, the company says.
Dairy co-operative LacPatrick has unveiled a new operation in Northern Ireland that will allow it to process milk on both sides of the Irish border, specifically for the growing number of customers in the UK.
In response to growing demand for nutritious dairy products in Sub-Saharan Africa, Arla is setting up a new sales and packaging facility in Accra, Ghana.
Greiner Packaging has increased its shares in Turkish dairy product packaging company Teknik Plastik Greiner Ambalaj from 51% to 100%.
Royal FrieslandCampina has announced that as of 1 January 2018 it will be splitting its organisation into four global business groups: Consumer Dairy, Specialised Nutrition, Ingredients and Basic Dairy.
Value-added drinks are becoming more popular globally, and the news from Mintel that India’s share of dairy milk introductions for flavoured milks reached 43% is just another indicator of that.
Danone, together with The Abraaj Group, a leading investor in growth markets, has added three new production lines to its factory in Accra, Ghana.
Ornua has published a review of its 2016 operational and financial performance. It delivered a strong trading performance in 2016 and turnover rose by 9%, on a like for like basis, to €1.75 billion.