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Not only German dairies support German athletics. Now Arla Foods is also starting to sponsor sports in Germany.
Arla Foods is moving production of its white mould cheese to Troldhede Dairy in Denmark to increase efficiencies and to make the site more environmentally sustainable, it says.
On 15 June a US district court in Green Bay, US granted pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly’s request to halt the continuation of dairy co-operative Arla Foods’ advertising related to the use of the synthetic growth hormone rBST.
A 16.5m cubic meter bio-methane plant is planned for installation at Arla Food’s Videbaek, Denmark site. The location produces milk powder.
Arla Foods is relaunching its Apetina brand globally this summer with a new pack design to reposition the brand as the cheese to cook with, it says.
Arla has opened its new global innovation centre in Aarhus, Denmark. The centre will play a pivotal role in the company’s collaboration with customers and a key part in the pursuit of Arla’s UK Strategy 2020.
Arla Foods in the UK has launched a new campaign for its brands that focuses on the commuter market and encourages people to “Eat Monday for Breakfast.”
Arla Foods has launched a new Arla brand campaign inviting consumers to ‘Eat Monday for Breakfast’.
An online knowledge-sharing platform designed to maximise the potential of whey protein and lactose has been set up by Arla Foods Ingredients.
Although Arla Foods amba is decreasing its on account price for conventional milk by one eurocent per kilogramme from 1 May 2017, the UKAF board has taken the decision to maintain the conventional price in the UK at 28.13 pence per litre.
Arla Organic Farm Milk has announced that it will be the sponsor of UK Coffee Week, a campaign that takes place in thousands of coffee shops across the country to support the coffee growing communities around the world.
Developer of label and marking productivity software solutions NiceLabel has collaborated with Arla Foods to reduce its costs and increase label accuracy and productivity.
Arla Foods has decreased its milk price to owners by 0.042 pence per litre from 1 April.
Added value milk products by Arla Foods UK successfully added £95 million (€110m) in value to the category in 2016, with 1.5 million shoppers trading up from standard fresh milk to an Arla branded product offering additional benefits, the company says.