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Arla has published its corporate responsibility report 2016, documenting how the company has progressed within responsible business practice over the past year.
Producing standard white milk is a low margin business. It is vital to produce milk with optimal fat content to get the most out of every drop of milk. That is why the standardisation of milk is such an indispensable process.
Arla Foods has released its group 2016 results and reveals a strong performance across its branded portfolio.
Germany’s new dairy cooperative interest group IGM started its work in mid-February and the first subjects to be discussed were market volatility and animal welfare.
Arla Foods will invest approximately €19 million at its German Upahl plant this year, which will bring the total investment in the site to €70 million over the last three years.
We have been consuming less milk in the house, while at the same time increasing intake of Greek-style yogurt. This is due to the small child developing a keen interest in “yogurt pots,” as they are known.
Arla Foods UK plans to invest approximately £37.5 million ($46.8) in its UK sites and logistics in 2017, an increase of 51% from 2016.
Arla has teamed up with a number of partners to launch the ‘Food Reform for Sustainability and Health’ (FReSH) programme.
Arla Foods has officially opened a new state of the art facility for the storage and maturation of its award winning cheese.
Product manager, Tetra Pak
Arla Food UK’s managing director Tomas Pietrangeli has posted his version of Luther’s 95 theses about Brexit, in a call to action for both the farming and the processing community in the UK.
Arla Foods UK’s managing director Tomas Pietrangeli has issued a call to the food and farming industry to work together to form one single voice around Brexit and he has committed to identify ways to make this happen.
Arla Foods is raising its milk price to owners by a further two eurocents per kilogramme from 1 January.
Ash Amirahmadi, senior vice president of sales at Arla UK, has been elected chairman of The Dairy Council.