These are all the posts that have been tagged with Arla.
Speaking at the IDF Summit in Belfast, Tomas Pietrangeli, UK managing director of Arla Foods, stated that the industry was facing “the biggest seismic change in the political and financial landscape in our lifetime.”
Both branded UHT and Arla own label UHT white milk were first introduced in 2016 to the Chinese market in 1 litre Elopak Pure-Pak Sense Aseptic cartons with closure.
I was in Stockholm last week for the European Dairy Association’s annual conference. When I wasn’t eating cottage cheese with nuts and small dried fruits, I was listening to the European Union’s Commissioner Cecilia Malmström get quizzed by top executives from Valio, Arla, DMK and Danone.
Arla Foods has launched its first branded organic milk in the Middle East, the company’s biggest growth market outside Europe, the company says.
“The Market of Tomorrow – Who Makes the Rules?” This question was discussed by the 120 participants at the Forum Milch NRW, organized by the association of the dairy industry of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany.
Dairy UK has elected Paul Vernon, chief executive of Glanbia Cheese, as its new chairman, succeeding Dr David Dobbin.
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.
Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a new Pure Dairy campaign to highlight how its range of Nutrilac dairy ingredients satisfies growing consumer demand for natural products.
Arla Cravendale has launched a £3m (€3.3m) television advertising campaign.
Those who have not been to the International Cheese Awards at Nantwich should probably go at least once to the field in Cheshire if they love cheese.
Arla Foods Ingredients has approved the Codex Alimentarius international standard for dairy permeate powder.
Brenda Davies has received the British Cheese Board (BCB) Industry Award at the International Cheese Awards in Nantwich, UK, the largest international cheese show.
It’s high summer here in the Northern Hemisphere, and even in the UK where we normally don’t get much of a summer, the recent heat has people are thinking of ice cream.
Not only German dairies support German athletics. Now Arla Foods is also starting to sponsor sports in Germany.